Chat with Sarjoun Skaff, Business Insider’s top 10 retail disruptor
Bossa Nova is set to revolutionize the way retailers track their inventories and people shop for every product.
The company was launched by LebNet member Sarjoun Skaff, who was listed among the 10 people transforming the retail industry by Business Insider.
Bossa Nova develops robots that navigate stores and provide real-time on-shelf product data for
LebNet Ignite launches its 7th cohort in partnership with Draper University
LebNet’s flagship program Ignite will kick off officially on Oct 14, 2019 and welcomes four new Lebanese startups from Lebanon’s startup accelerator Speed, to be part of its seventh cohort.
This session will be a 5-week Silicon Valley bootcamp powered by Draper University in San Mateo, California. These five weeks in the Bay Area will
LebNet’s first Vancouver event lays the groundwork for a growing community
Entrepreneurship and building sustainable businesses was the topic that the LebNet Vancouver community picked to mark its first event on September 5th, 2019.
Held at the Aplicata Technologies office in Vancouver, this kick-off event surprisingly drew more than 40 attendees, who joined to listen to talks given by serial entrepreneur Mazen Sukkarieh, energy and environment
10 Questions with Rola Dagher, the President of Cisco Canada
Rola Dagher describes herself as a proud Lebanese and grateful Canadian.
Dagher, who recently joined LebNet’s Senior Advisory board, began her career in technology 30 years ago and her focus on customers, people and leadership continues to define the leader she is today – a servant leader. She was the Director of telecommunications companyRead More
Chat with Walid Soussou from Wearable Sensing on demystifying brain monitoring
The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It produces emotions, thoughts, memories and reactions, weighs around 1.4 kilograms and contains around 100 billion neurons or nerve cells.
The complexity of these cells is staggering. Each neuron makes contact with tens of thousands of other cells and our brains can form a
Hind Hobeika talks about the long journey of Instabeat’s second version and why it’s better than ever
[Dislaimer: The author of this post is Reine Farhat, LebNet’s Communications Specialist. She has tested both Instabeat products and this is her review]
As someone who personally tested both the old and the new product of Instabeat, I can appreciate the time it took to launch the new version.
Instabeat is a swimming device that
Car-sharing platform Turo raises $250 million in Series E, passes unicorn valuation
Peer-to-peer car sharing platform Turo has recently raised $250 million in Series E, from media and internet company IAC, which was in charge of creating and growing company like Expedia, Match Group and Ticketmaster.
This late Series comes after the company raised $92 million dollar in 2017 from Mercedes-Benz manufacturer, Daimler, and one of South
From fake ads monitoring to building a pet society: insights from the LebNet Toronto event
From disrupting ads through machine learning to building a pet society in Canada and the US, LebNet Toronto’s event on June 19 had something for everyone.
Gathered at VentureX Canada, 30 people showed up to listen to Hisham Ghostine, CEO and President – Media Brands at Dentsu Aegis Network Canada and Pele Dagher, founder
LebNet Boston panel discusses Artificial Pancreas, tricking cancer and healthtech breakthroughs
The search to understand the complexities of the human body is endless. Scientists study, invent, test and fail for years before a small percentage of them are able to come up with an effective drug, cure or treatment for diseases.
The convergence of technologies in healthcare paved the way for new methods and tools
Two online lending leaders discuss how they’re using data to bypass banks and unlock capital
On June 5, LebNet and LIFE organized a fintech panel in New York on alternative online lending models. This event was hosted by Eli Curi, Tech startup, venture, and M&A lawyer at Fenwick & West and took place in their NYC offices which resemble more an innovation space than a law firm.
The panelists were