Naprotek CEO Named Founder of the Week


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Naprotek, Inc. has announced that Najat El-Ayi Badriyeh, founder and CEO of Naprotek, Inc., was recognized by DataBird as Founder of the Week.

Last year, female founders received just 2.2 percent of total global venture capital funding, and only 17 percent of all startups have at least one female founder, despite the fact that gender diversity on executive teams correlates with greater profitability and value creation. DataBird was built to identify local industry experts around the world via its machine intelligence platform.

In her recent interview with DataBird, Badriyeh stated, “If there is one thing I can impress upon other female founders, it would be passion! Passion for service; passion for what you do with focus on quality of work. Also, the financial aspect is a key to every successful business. A high percentage of businesses fail in the first five years. It is important to watch your spending and manage your bank account and business decisions to continually reinvest some of the profits back to the organization, to employees and equipment.”

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Naprotek sets the standard for high-quality prototypes and Made-in-America production. The company specializes in mission critical products, and its processes and systems are focused on delivering award-winning quality.

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