Edil Ajibaev is a renowned technology entrepreneur, recognized internationally for his extraordinary achievements and innovative contributions to the tech industry. He was acknowledged as one of the top 10 startup founders in London, UK by Best Startup UK, a testament to his exceptional entrepreneurial prowess.
Edil’s global recognition extends further with 7 international startup competition wins in cities such as London, San Francisco, New York, Kyiv, Almaty, Singapore, and Brussels. In 2023, he was honored with an award for his significant contribution to the IT industry at the largest IT conference in Central Asia, a prestigious event supported by the U.S. government. This recognition underscores Edil’s influential role in the regional and global tech industry.
Edil is the founder of several groundbreaking startups, including an AI-based clothing search engine that has revolutionized the fashion industry. This innovative tool, leading in product search quality, has amassed the world’s largest fashion product database, boasting 14 million products. His company has pioneered a hybrid system of machine learning, visual search, and manual labeling, offering superior search quality in the fashion domain.
His entrepreneurial prowess extends beyond his own ventures. Edil has been instrumental in shaping the technology startup ecosystem, serving as an advisor to numerous companies and helping them launch and achieve commercial success. He holds positions on the board of directors of several startup companies and organizations shaping the tech ecosystem, including KGLabs, ABACA, AUCA advisory board, and ProKg.
As a community leader, Edil has made significant contributions to the development of the startup community in the region. He has organized various projects and has been a public speaker, mentor, and competition judge at numerous events, including those hosted by Go Viral. His insights into the complex world of venture capital and artificial intelligence have provided invaluable knowledge to aspiring entrepreneurs, helping them navigate the intricacies of modern business.
At Go Viral, we deeply appreciate Edil’s commitment to sharing his expertise with our community of young entrepreneurs. His global success stories inspire us, and his contributions have had a profound impact on the Go Viral community. We are grateful for his time and goodwill.
Go Viral is a project sponsored by the U.S. State Department, supported by the U.S. Diplomatic Mission in Central Asia, and implemented in partnership with the Institute for War and Peace Reporting in Central Asia.