Ahmad A Najar

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Ahmad A Najar
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🏳️ NationalityJordindian
🏫 EducationAl-Quds Open University, An Najah National University, Washington State University
💼 Occupation
TitleCEO Of CatchFood
👶 ChildrenZad A Najar
👪 RelativesAtieh A Najar, Riyad A Najar
FamilyAtieh A Najar, Riyad A Najar
🌐 Websitehttps://www.catchfood.com/
🥚 Twitternajaraahmad
👍 Facebooknajaraahmad
📷 Instagramahmadanajar/

Ahmad A Najar (born March 26, 1989; Jordan) is founder and CEO of Zajjle search engine platform & CatchFood [1] online and mobile food-ordering marketplace with the largest and most comprehensive network of restaurant partners.to help small business owners succeed.[2]

Founded Organizations[edit]

  • Mazra3a.net for everyone interested in agriculture, was established in late 2008.
  • CatchFood online and mobile food-ordering was established 2015.
  • كاتش فود [3] is an online and mobile ordering platform in the Middle East was established 2012 [4].
  • Zajjle search engine platform in the middle east was established 2020

Early life and education[edit]

Ahmad A Najar was born in Jordan in March 1989. He nurtured a liking for agriculture at the young age of ten. His siblings are Atieh A Najar, Riyad A Najar, Education has been from Al-Quds Open University, An Najah National University, and then he studied from Washington State University for business education. [5]

He grew up in the technology inspired age and considered himself a website developer. Determined to pursue his passions, Najar worked hard to persevere and achieve his goals.

At his family's Greek food Restaurant, Ahmad A Najar began to look for new internet technologies to assist with order management during rush hours. Eventually, CatchFood took shape in 2015, and Najar did not need to look back ever since.


Ahmad A Najar participated in several local and international competitions, the last of which was participation in the global event in Minnesota at Jawad Restaurant[6] and was ranked among the 100 best startups for 2019 around the world, and is the largest technology event in the Middle East[7]. Najar launches early as a public service during COVID-19 crisis[8]