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  • 16 Oct 2023 10:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    This letter is written by Aya Mouallem - Electrical Engineering PhD Candidate at Stanford University and Founder and Director of the LebNet Tech Fellows Program - to announce the launch of the fellowship’s second run. It is also a call to action to recruit young Lebanese talent to join the program. For more information about the LebNet Tech Fellows program, offerings, and eligibility, please visit Applications are open until November 17, 2023. For inquiries, please reach out to [email protected].

    The fellowship program this year is led by Hussein Mozannar (MIT), Lama Ahmad (OpenAI), Mariam Dabboussi (Google), Jeanine Akiki (LebNet), and Mouallem. For an overview of the program’s impact on its inaugural cohort, watch this 1-minute inspiring video here

    I am absolutely thrilled to announce that we are currently welcoming applications for our second cohort of LebNet Tech Fellows, a transformative program that I had the privilege of founding and piloting last year. The resounding success of our inaugural run underscored the urgent need to expand our fellowship’s reach to impact more students across Lebanon. This year, we will need your invaluable help and support to ensure that the fellowship offerings live up to the high caliber of standards and goals that define LebNet and our efforts.

    I’m a student, engineer, and researcher by training, and a proud Lebanese citizen by birth. As the only person in my extended family to pursue a degree in technology, I experienced firsthand the dire need for support, mentorship, and guidance regarding critical next steps throughout my undergraduate studies: from choosing the right mix of courses, to approaching professors for research opportunities, to seeking and landing internships. As an engineer, I realized that university curricula in Lebanon, while outstanding at nurturing technical skills, fall short in preparing students for the transition from the academy to becoming engineers in the professional world. The ability to interact effectively with clients and colleagues, craft compelling pitches, and sustainably nurture one’s ambitions remains an elusive skillset, even for the most promising graduates. While education curricula in Lebanon offer solid foundations in diverse technical fields, they often lack connections and access to the most recent developments and most in-demand skills and roles in industry. Finally, as a researcher focusing on scaling technology literacy, I am very well aware of the hidden curriculum in technology majors at universities in Lebanon: a set of resources, experiences, pieces of advice, and opportunities that are only accessible to a small network of students who have the right family and friends’ connections.

    I am one of thousands of LebNet members who have carved their paths into careers in technology worldwide, with an unwavering commitment to serve Lebanese youth who are as interested in such careers, and who are unable to access the resources that we’ve harnessed. We founded the LebNet Tech Fellows program to empower the next generation of Lebanese technologists with the skills needed to successfully explore and transition into career and higher studies in technology, with unwavering willingness to give back to Lebanon throughout their careers. The fellowship will encompass a curated series of workshops, panels with Lebanese technology leaders and luminaries, and a wealth of resources and opportunities, including access to networking and internship pipelines. These offerings ensure that fellows graduate from the program ready to proactively and boldly confront the ever-evolving global technological landscape.

    We are seeking remarkable young Lebanese talent to nurture into future technology leaders in Lebanon, the region, and the world. We hope you will join us in spreading the word about the fellowship, volunteering your time to mentor our fellows and share your invaluable life experiences, and extending internships or networking opportunities to complement our comprehensive fellowship offerings. The incredible generosity of LebNet donors and subscribers had enabled the pilot and launch of the fellowship. With additional contributions, you will enable the program to provide financial support to the fellows as well, offering micro-scholarships, funds for community projects, and access to certificates and learning materials that have become a luxury for students in Lebanon amidst the country’s economic turmoil.

    Last year, 96% of our fellows acquired new skills, significantly enhanced existing ones, and experienced a profound surge in their sense of belonging to technical fields and confidence in pursuing careers in technology. The fellows unanimously strongly endorsed the program to future applicants. We envision tackling even greater heights this year, and we believe that your increased support for the LebNet Tech Fellows program will translate into far-reaching impact, extending our reach to more deserving, incredibly talented students in Lebanon facing unprecedented socioeconomic challenges.

    Consider supporting this initiative by subscribing or donating to LebNet.

  • 13 Oct 2023 9:06 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Starting a few years ago as a modest Early in Career (EIC) community for young professionals, the community has rapidly evolved into one of LebNet's most active communities. Presently, it boasts over 150 members and hosts regular webinars and networking events. This article's first segment will spotlight the remarkable women who form the community's steering committee, delving into their journey, ambitions, and plans for LebNet.

    Stephanie Ferzli, EIC Community Lead and Emerging Mobility Planner at HNTB

    Stephanie has a Bachelor in Engineering in Civil Engineering from the American University of Beirut, and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering focused on Transportation and City and Regional Planning from the Ohio State University. In her current role, she concentrates on emerging mobility and transportation technologies, such as electric, automated, and connected vehicles, alongside other innovative mobility strategies and solutions. The most rewarding aspect of her job is contributing to the transformation of cities and communities toward a more efficient and sustainable future in transportation.

    “LebNet provides a valuable platform for supporting and connecting Lebanese professionals in tech-related industries. I wanted to be a part of this mission and contribute my insights and experiences to guide the organization's efforts,” said Stephanie about the reason she joined the EIC committee. Her future goals involve facilitating networking, mentorship, and collaboration opportunities for young Lebanese tech professionals early in their careers. She expressed excitement about expanding their scholarship program to aid more young Lebanese individuals pursuing graduate studies in tech in North America. Drawing from her own experience, she highlighted the profound impact such initiatives can have on individuals' aspirations and dreams, emphasizing the value of Lebanese supporting fellow Lebanese.

    Stephanie's advice to fellow professionals is to “be bold and don't be afraid to take chances and embark on new opportunities when they come your way. Moving to the United States on my own four years ago was challenging, but I found something really exciting and rewarding in throwing myself into the unknown and having to figure things out on my own in a completely new environment, location, and culture.” 

    Rebecca Adaimi, Machine Learning Data Scientist at OURA

    Rebecca has a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the American University of Beirut, and a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. In her current role as a Machine Learning Data Scientist at OURA, she dives into vast amounts of data, uncovers valuable insights, and builds new algorithms that help people take charge of their health and well-being. “It's incredibly fulfilling to know that the work I do has a real-world application and contributes to individuals improving their quality of life.”

    Rebecca has a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the American University of Beirut, and a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. In her current role as a Machine Learning Data Scientist at OURA, she dives into vast amounts of data, uncovers valuable insights, and builds new algorithms that help people take charge of their health and well-being. “It's incredibly fulfilling to know that the work I do has a real-world application and contributes to individuals improving their quality of life.”

    Rebecca acknowledged that one of the most challenging aspects of her journey, akin to many Lebanese individuals, was leaving her family in Lebanon to move to Austin. The transition posed significant challenges, including homesickness and adapting to a new environment and culture. Nevertheless, these experiences were pivotal in her professional growth, shaping her into a resilient and determined individual. Rebecca aspires to be a leader in machine learning and data science, pioneering research initiatives to leverage emerging AI techniques and shaping the future of health technology. Her motivation to join the EIC committee stems from her desire to provide the support she wished she had during her early years in the U.S.

    Her future plans for the community encompass a focus on mentorship, networking, connectivity, and skill development through workshops. She aims to actively engage with young professionals, offering mentorship and guidance to navigate the challenges encountered at the outset of their careers. Rebecca's advice to young professionals is to remain focused, curious, and hungry for knowledge, seeking projects and roles that align with their passions, embracing failure, and giving back to the community.

    Teresa Bismar, Associate Managing Consultant at MasterCard

    Teresa has a Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Engineering from AUB and an MBA from the University of Toronto. ​​In her current capacity as an Associate Managing Consultant at Mastercard, she collaborates with diverse clients across various industries and sectors to help solve their business problems. Teresa's motivation to join the EIC community arises from her desire to support fellow Lebanese individuals in their journeys. She sees LebNet as an ideal platform to aid young adults of Lebanese descent in succeeding both regionally and globally.  

    Teresa's plans for the community involve guiding and supporting young professionals in the tech sector, particularly in Canada where she is based, with a focus on mentoring. She advises individuals, akin to her own journey, to always stay curious, network, and learn from the experiences and career paths of other professionals.

    In the second part of this series, we will delve into the backgrounds and aspirations of the other EIC steering committee members. If you are a young professional with five years or less of work experience in the tech field, of Lebanese descent, and residing in North America, we encourage you to join our community so we can offer you assistance and support in your career.

  • 13 Apr 2023 10:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    On April 6th, 2023, Fadel Partners Inc, the New York-based developer of media rights and royalty management software, started trading on the AIM market in London and it raised about GBP8.0 million, 6.7% higher than GBP7.5 million it had expected, according to Morning Star

    After the initial public offering on April 6th, the company’s share rose from 144 pence to 147 pence and the market capitalization after the IPO was 2.1% higher (GBP29.4 million) than what the company anticipated (around GBP28.8 million), according to the same source. Fadel Partners will be using the raised funds to invest in marketing, and research & development to innovate and develop its products.

    (Image via Fadel Partners Inc.)

    “We’re excited to have reached another significant milestone at FADEL,” said founder and CEO Tarek Fadel in a statement to LebNet. “Listing the company on the London Stock Exchange will allow us to continue to globally support our blue-chip customer base, further invest in product innovations and help accelerate our go to market plans, both in the US and Europe.”

    Fadel Partners Inc. employs around 100 people in Lebanon in its R&D and Services divisions and is led by Tarek Fadel, a longtime LebNet member and supporter. LebNet congratulates Tarek Fadel and Fadel Partners Inc and is proud of their accomplishments! 

  • 31 Aug 2022 10:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    LebNet signed a memorandum of understanding with Outerpond, an online business opportunity ecosystem, to enable cross-border business opportunities between service providers in Lebanon and service seekers in North America. 

    “LebNet is excited about this partnership with Outerpond and looking forward to creating more opportunities for North America and Lebanon,” said Jeanine Akiki, LebNet’s Executive Director.   

    Together, Outerpond and LebNet will promote cross-border business opportunities, enable interconnections between providers in Lebanon through Outerpond and seekers through the LebNet network, which might lead to strategic partnerships, and organize joint online events to promote Lebanon as an outsourcing hub.

    “We are thrilled by the partnership with LebNet which will create numerous collaboration opportunities between Lebanon based SMEs and North American tech companies.” 

    Outerpond recently received support from USAID’s Trade and Investment Facilitation (TIF) project to help the development of their platform and help increase the exports of Lebanese goods and services.

  • 10 Aug 2022 10:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    LebNet's 2022 Summer Internship Program featured over 15 internship opportunities, open for Lebanese students based in the US, Canada and Lebanon. Most of the featured internships have been closed or filled and you can find more information about the companies and how to reach out to us for future internships by visiting this page

    Cynthia Obeid and Sary Yehia were part of our program. This is what they had to say about their experience with LebNet. 

  • 10 May 2021 6:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Lebanon has proved over the years to be a great test bed for scalable tech startups, given its small market size and large pool of talent. 

    Such is true for Ostaz, a private tutoring matching platform that started in Lebanon in 2016 with plans to scale globally after its recent acquisition by Inspired Education Group, a global group of premium schools. 

    Founded by three inspiring women, Audrey Nakad, Zeina Sultani Nakad and Sibylle Nakad, Ostaz - previously known as Synkers - built a name for itself by solving the problem of finding qualified private tutors and supporting students throughout their academic journey, starting from school to official exams and college admission. Today, the platform features over 1,000 qualified tutors and has completed over 90,000 tutoring sessions by working with around 50 schools and universities. 

    Ostaz cofounders Zeina Sultani Nakad, Audrey Nakad and Sibylle Nakad 

    The startup’s original name Synkers was changed to Ostaz, which means ‘teacher’ in Arabic, because it resonates well internationally and it is easy to remember, as explained by co-founder and CEO Audrey. 

    To validate their idea early on, the team joined Speed accelerator to receive an initial funding and build a viable product to showcase traction. During its acceleration period, Audrey flew to California to participate in the third edition of LebNet Ignite, a residential program launched by LebNet and designed to immerse Lebanese startup founders in the Silicon Valley culture. The program’s edition was done in partnership with Speed and BlackBox Connect. 

    “LebNet Ignite was the best experience ever. We had access to people we can never have access to in Lebanon. The Lebanese market is in need of more role models and success stories they can look up to and seek advice from,” said Audrey in a previous statement given to LebNet. 

    Small Middle Eastern Startup Going Global 

    Shortly after joining Speed, the startup gained traction in universities via word of mouth and soon after became known in several top Lebanese universities. Following its graduation from Speed In 2017, it closed its first seed funding with Phoenician Funds. By September 2020, it raised a $1.8M Pre-Series A funding round, led by Dr. Lama and Dalia Al Sulaiman, 500 Startups, Phoenician Funds, iSME Kafalat, Mulcan International, Seeders, CE-Ventures, and Dubai Angel Investors. 

    Aside from Lebanon, the platform currently operates in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).  

    In April 2021, the founders announced the acquisition of Ostaz by Inspired Education Group for an undisclosed amount. “They [Inspired Education Group] recently launched their online school and focus on premium education and we were really honored when they approached us to work with us and then acquire us,” said co-founder and CMO Zeina during an interview with Ostaz. 

    The recent acquisition will allow the Lebanese startup to expand its operations in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and elsewhere. “We will still focus on MENA, mainly GCC and Egypt. We will start our global expansion in Europe this upcoming academic year. Our target markets are the UK, Spain, and Italy,” said Audrey. 

    Such great news coming out of a small country riddled with conflict and crises is truly a breath of fresh air and encouraging for many struggling Lebanese entrepreneurs. It is also  proof that hard working Lebanese will always shine everywhere. 

  • 23 Mar 2021 3:28 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In October 2019, Lemonade Fashion was one of the four startups that flew from Lebanon to San Francisco to attend a 5-week bootcamp powered by Draper University, as part of LebNet’s Ignite program.

    In January 2021, online designer marketplace with made-to-measure technology, Lemonade Fashion received financing of $300,000 from a syndication by seven LebNet members, with plans to raise additional funds to complete the seed round from VCs in the US and GCC to further expand its presence in Dubai and scale to San Francisco in the next six months, where the startup is incorporated.

    “We had a really good relationship with LebNet. We were in San Francisco, met with LebNet members there and stayed in touch. [...] LebNet decided they wanted to help us grow,” said Arthur Bizdikian, co-founder and CEO at Lemonade Fashion. With the raised amount, the team will use the money to expand to new markets, develop a mobile application, uplift the quality of designs, focus on marketing and partnerships and put together an ambassador program.

    Since its graduation from LebNet Ignite and after receiving funding from Draper University Ventures right afterwards, Lemonade Fashion grew from 5 to 18 employees, enlisted over 150 designers on the platform and featured over 3,500 items. The Lebanese startup was initially discovered, funded and supported by tech accelerator Speed, which  sponsored Lemonade Fashion's participation in LebNet Ignite in San Francisco. 

    "Lemonade Fashion made quite an impression on our LebNet mentors when in November 2019 Arthur attended the Ignite bootcamp in Silicon Valley. We felt compelled to help in the fundraising for such a promising Lebanese startup. We are very grateful to our members who took part of the syndication and we're assuming our board seat representation resolutely and with the utmost dedication,” said George Akiki, CEO and co-founder of LebNet.

    In 2020, the marketplace - which connects emerging designers all over the world to clients looking for bespoke fashion clothing to fit them from the comfort of their home - saw a 2000% growth over the year, with a 400% growth in the last quarter only, according to Bizdikian. “We’ve been able to manage and maintain that momentum in Q1, 2021. We know much better what we do today. We handpick the designers, the photoshoot and content creation and this builds trust with our clients.”

    Lemonade Fashion keeps adding new collections and helps more local and international designers sell their designs globally. Its current run rate is $500,000 per year and the co-founder hopes to grow the number by five to six times by the end of the year.

    “We’re very happy with our growth and the partnerships we were able to build with LebNet. We’re excited about 2021. This is a very important year for us and we are glad we have the right people to back us up,” he concluded. 

  • 22 Dec 2020 6:57 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Aleb Lebanon is a pilot program incubated by LebNet and launched in partnership with Al Majmoua to support the Lebanese population living below the poverty line through sustained remittances on a family-to-family basis. 

    Aleb, which launched on December 22,2020, works by connecting donors worldwide to needy families in Lebanon and facilitating the transfer of their donations in USD bills for immediate cash disbursement. It does so by partnering with Lebanon-based NGOs such as Al Majmoua to source and vet needy families and on-board them on the service. Most of the families featured in this pilot are well known to Al Majmoua, having been recipients of microcredit loans before their situation deteriorated dramatically over the last year. 

    Aleb Lebanon, a new program to facilitate worldwide donations to families in need in Lebanon.

    Each donor will be able to read about and select the family they want to support on Aleb’s website before making a recurring monthly donation of $200 US Dollars plus $30 fees for a period of six months. Payments will be made in USD using a credit card via PayPal and collected at LebNet’s US bank account to guarantee delivery, then wired to Al Majmoua before being disbursed by OMT/Western Union in USD bills to the intended families. You can find more details on this page

    “This is an extremely important initiative for us”, said Sarjoun Skaff, cofounder of Aleb. “As expatriates, we feel powerless watching from afar as Lebanon’s economy collapses dramatically with no obvious way to help. That’s why we wanted to build a vehicle for our diaspora to actively and meaningfully support the homeland. Cash assistance is a very effective form of support, and complements existing in-kind programs, so we are excited to make it available to the world.”

    The monthly $200 donation is estimated as the minimal amount to help needy families  secure food, clothing, and medication. 

    Why now? 

    On top of Lebanon’s currency crisis, the economic situation has drastically deteriorated, causing widespread poverty and high unemployment rate. More than half of Lebanon’s population is now living below the poverty line, inflation reached 120% in August 2020 and food insecurity is looming. The situation is unlikely to improve in the next few years. 

    Many expatriates are looking for ways to help, and supporting a family for a sustained period of time is a powerful way to assist them in landing on their feet. The goal of this program is to help these families survive and support them while transitioning into self-sufficiency. This pilot will assess the needs and the success factors during the first 6-month period in order to scale the system to a large number of donors and families.

    “We, at Al Majmoua, have been working for more than 20 years towards greater financial inclusion in Lebanon, by providing access to capital to the ‘unbanked’ and the most vulnerable members of society, so they can invest and sustain their small and micro businesses,” said Youssef Fawaz, Executive Director of Al Majmoua. 

    “Of late, we have witnessed firsthand how the combined effect of the economic crises and Covid-19 have devastated communities and left many families, who were still productive and self-sufficient a mere year ago, slide into extreme poverty and destitution. 

    We welcome our partnership with Aleb and join our efforts to reach out to the diaspora to help numerous families in their hour of need.” 

    For more inquiries: [email protected]  

  • 25 Nov 2020 4:57 AM | Anonymous

    May 8th, 2019 – Beirut, Lebanon: LebNet and the Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (MSFEA) at the American University of Beirut (AUB), signed a Memorandum of Understanding at AUB’s faculty to announce the launch of a joint initiative called SiliconValley@MSFEA.

    The initiative was signed by George Akiki, LebNet’s co-founder and CEO, and Dr. Alan Shihadeh, the Dean of MSFEA. Both parties signed the MoU in the presence of faculty members.

    SiliconValley@MSFEA aims at leveraging the expertise of LebNet’s members in North America to support college students in Lebanon through several tracks: advisory, internship opportunities, talks and seminars, entrepreneurship support and mentorship, collaboration on Final Year Projects (FYP) and research with industry.

    AUB students will have access to LebNet’s existing internship program. Under the Silicon Valley Channel track, both AUB and non-AUB students will be able to join a series of talks and seminars delivered by LebNet members to share knowledge and expertise on various topics of interest.

    LebNet will also provide problems in search of a solution for senior students to adopt as their Final Year Projects and furthermore, LebNet members will define industry relevant research projects for graduate students and faculty members. LebNet will be represented at the MSFEA International Advisory board.

    Under the Entrepreneurship Program at MSFEA track, LebNet members will act as a brain trust by providing coaching, mentoring and advising.

    “Our network of over 1,000 members in the US and Canada is always looking for impactful and results-oriented opportunities to give back to Lebanon. We felt that AUB’s vision and MSFEA’s plans were inline with how we wanted to make an impact and we were very encouraged by Dean Shihadeh’s energy and detailed follow-up which increases our chances of success in adding value to Lebanese students,” said Akiki.

    “I was looking back in my notebook this morning. I had a meeting with George in a restaurant on February 26, where we cooked up on the back of a napkin this initiative. The project we were working on was to see how we can leverage the Lebanese talent in the technology sector in North America to make a difference here at AUB and create two-way opportunities,” said Shihadeh.

    About MSFEA

    ​​​​The Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (MSFEA) was named in January 2017 for alumnus, trustee, entrepreneur, investor, business leader, and philanthropist Maroun Semaan. Engineering education at AUB, however, dates back more than a hundred years to 1913 when the Faculty of Arts and Sciences introduced a program leading to a BS degree in engineering. AUB awarded the first engineering degree (BS in civil engineering) in 1944. The faculty is now AUB’s second largest with over 2,300 undergraduates, 350 master’s students, almost 100 doctoral students; and over 175 instructional faculty. In 2017, Dean Alan Shihadeh and his colleagues began to introduce changes to make MSFEA a catalyst for transformative change that embraces innovation, pedagogy, and knowledge production to promote human well-being.

    About LebNet

    LebNet is a network for tech professionals of Lebanese descent in North America. This premier Diaspora group is a US registered 501c3 non-profit organization launched in 1999 in Silicon Valley, California. Today LebNet has more than 1,000 members organized by communities in 10 cities across US and Canada and dedicated to enable tech entrepreneurs and professionals succeed on a global stage. It includes Fortune 500 managers and executives, CxO’s, Venture Capitalists and investors, Start-up founders and entrepreneurs, academics, consultants and small business owners. LebNet programs focus on education, mentoring, and internships promoting career advice and feedback on business plans including a flagship program LebNet Ignite, a 2-week residential accelerator boot camp in Silicon Valley for Lebanese startup founders. In pursuing its mission to Connect, Network and Nurture, LebNet hosts regular talks, meetups and sessions in the US and Canada and seeks to empower the Lebanese diaspora while giving back to Lebanese entrepreneurs, youth and professionals in Lebanon.

  • 25 Nov 2020 4:56 AM | Anonymous

    LebNet CEO and co-founder George Akiki and Endeavor Lebanon Managing Director signed a Memorandum of Understanding to mentor Lebanese entrepreneurs.

    LebNet and Endeavor Lebanon signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on May 13 to mentor Endeavor Entrepreneurs through LebNet’s network of diaspora professionals.

    This partnership will allow Endeavor Lebanon’s entrepreneurs to benefit from the support of the North American LebNet network of tech professionals to augment its mentoring capabilities by sourcing specialized support for their Lebanese high-impact entrepreneurs. LebNet members will have the opportunity to provide key assistance to Lebanese scale-ups ranging from punctual mentoring to more strategic guidance.

    “Our collaboration with such a renowned worldwide network of entrepreneurs, mentors and investors is of great value to LebNet’s core mission of mentoring and we’re looking forward to adopt some of Endeavor’s best practices and to sharpen our assistance to Lebanese entrepreneurs,” said George Akiki, CEO and co-founder of LebNet.

    “By connecting our local entrepreneurs with esteemed Lebanese diaspora professionals from LebNet’s network, we wish to encourage mentorship that can contribute to scalability, job creation and growing the Lebanese economy,” said Christina Chehade, Managing Director of Endeavor Lebanon.

    The MoU was signed by George Akiki, CEO and co-founder of LebNet and Christina Chehade, Managing Director of Endeavor Lebanon.

    Established in 1997, Endeavor is leading the global high-impact entrepreneurship movement to drive economic growth and job creation by selecting, mentoring, and accelerating the best high-impact entrepreneurs around the world. To date, Endeavor has screened more than 70,000 individuals and selected more than 1,800 founders leading over 1,100 scale-up companies. Lebanon is Endeavor’s eleventh country and fourth in the MENA region. Since its launch in 2011, the Endeavor Lebanon office has selected 40 high-impact entrepreneurs from 31 companies.

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