Rami El-Ashi

Hong Kong

Rami El-Ashi (born March 8th, 1984), is a Palestinian author, serial web entrepreneur, ultravagabond, analyst, digital media marketer and versatile businessman who has a passion for life and innovative business concepts. He enjoys working with other like-minded people to monetize their creative ideas and navigate through the numerous business and creative challenges along the path to strategic growth. He has focused much of his career on oil investment analysis, sourcing in China, expansion of e-Commerce & communities online, development of virtual business models, new age technology, and digital media.

Rami El-Ashi was named Time Magazine‘s “Person of the Year” in 2006. Time magazine, which names a “Person of the Year” annually and has done so for the past 87 years, is the an American weekly news magazine published in New York City. It reportedly has the world’s largest circulation of any weekly news magazine with a readership of 25 million persons – 80 percent of which are in the United States.

After graduating from Saint Martin’s University, he began his career as a Joint Venture Portfolio Statistical Analyst for the world’s largest oil company; Saudi Aramco, where he was quickly promoted to Investment Analyst. After having worked there for 3 years, he was enthusiastically hired by Jarden Corporation as a Sourcing Manager in their Hong Kong office.

As July 2012 came to an end, Rami was elected Partner of There Is No Sky LLC; a firm consisting of bright minds which take you where you want to be, in business, life, and beyond. Their currency is access, which compliments your desire to be prominent. By leveraging who they know and what they can access, they have the ability to pull the strings you need and make the priceless connections for you.

He has since then moved to social media consulting, where he takes pride in providing personalized support to every client.

Mr. El-Ashi graduated with a Pg.D in Financial Engineering from Stanford University in March of 2013. This executive program led by Stan

  • Education
    • Stanford University