Presidency of the
Council of Ministers
The Center for Entrepreneurship at the Beirut Arab University and Start Up Weekend are organizing a start-up weekend in the North to encourage regional equality and equal opportunities from 26-28 April.
The aim of this event is to teach and promote entrepreneurship in local communities. It will bring developers, designers, marketers, product managers and startup enthusiasts together to share ideas, form teams, build products and launch startups. North Startup Weekend will begin with open-mic 60-second pitches that result in the formation of small teams around the best, most viable concepts.Team spend a Saturday and Sunday focusing on customer development, validating their ideas and building prototypes with the help of experienced mentors. On Sunday, teams demo their products and receive valuable feedback from a panel of experts.
Global ICT firm Ericsson has opened a new local business support center. The center will serve Ericsson’s Business Support Systems (BSS) operations around the world. It will promote the firm’s services among telecommunications companies and mobile operators. Tarek Saadi, President of Ericsson, North Middle East, said the center will benefit from the local talent to serve Ericsson’s global network: “The Lebanese workforce has many advantages in terms of culture, aptitude, and knowhow. Moreover there is a well-trained Ericsson team working locally.”
Ten similar centers are available worldwide in key countries, including Ericsson’s headquarters in Sweden. “Within the current situation, Lebanon is considered among the safest countries in the region, and security concerns will not stop our faith in our new investment,” Saadi said.
Join us from 18-21 April at the Business Entrepreneurship Forum in BIEL- booth number C22. We will be present to answer all your questions on opening a business in Lebanon.
If you are in Lebanon and interested in the Food and Beverages sector, do not miss the 20th edition of HORECA trade show in Biel from 9-12 April.