Two Lebanese brothers with a dream establish one of the fastest growing wineries in the US
The Lebanese civil war did indeed cost the country great minds, but as the saying goes, Lebanese always stand on their feet. This was the case with Daniel Daou, who left the country with his family during the war and founded years later one of the fastest growing wineries in the US, Daou Vineyards.
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
How breaking traditions helped this entrepreneur forge his own success
There are countless reasons to launch a startup.
Becoming your own boss, believing your idea will change the world, getting rich or not being able to work in a highly predictable environment, just to name a few.
Romeo Elias launched a startup because he did notRead More
From music to cars, how Andre Haddad took Turo to the next level
Andre Haddad (left) talking to Rony Chammas about early beginnings and product/market fit. (Image via LebNet)
Andre Haddad left Beirut in 1989 because his parent’s house was bombed during the war. Fast forward 29 years, he is a successful entrepreneur and CEO of Turo, a peer-to-peer car sharing platform featuring 350,000 registered vehicles and 100