Hamza Aboulfeth, a young Moroccan serial entrepreneur, publishes his first book, an autobiography titled From Startupper to Cancer Fighter. In the account of his life, this singular businessman tells the story of how he founded his first business—one that continues to thrive today—at the age of 17, and reflects on how his intrepidness and resolve to follow his dreams against all odds have shaped his remarkable trajectory from hacker and dropout to owner of numerous successful tech and food enterprises.
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Hamza is a 34-year autodidact tech serial entrepreneur who started his first business at the early age of 17. He dropped out of college at 21, became ICANN accredited at 24, attended the World Economic Forum at 25, and went to Harvard at 26 and Hajj and Burning Man at 27. He got married at 28, with a baby girl on the way at 29, and he fought through Cancer before 30.