Posted on April 21, 2020
Javier Echarri, CEO of EBN writes for Berytech on the occasion of World Creativity and Innovation Day, celebrated on April 21 each year. Berytech has been a member of EBN since 2006.
Posted on April 14, 2020
Berytech delves into the different challenges identified by the experts we have been working with. These should inspire Lebanese entrepreneurs and startups to innovate in the sector.
Posted on March 31, 2020
Wael Nuweihed, mentor enrolled in Impact Rise Program, writes for Berytech on marketing plan elements and offers some suggestions in times of crises.
Posted on January 7, 2020
We shed light on the different policies, initiatives, and projects from the different stakeholders in the Cleantech sector in Lebanon
Posted on December 3, 2019
We explore why clean technologies are taking center stage in innovation indexes worldwide and the kind of opportunities cleantech innovations present in an energy-challenged country like Lebanon.
Posted on May 27, 2019
Potech tells us what we need to know about GDPR a year after it came into force, to reinforce data protection while also providing enhanced uniformity to current data regulations.
Posted on May 20, 2019
Loubna Ibrahim shares her experience in failing her startup and how she has succeeded in overcoming its hardships.
Posted on April 24, 2019
What if women were given equal opportunities to become successful entrepreneurs and/or become a higher representation of the CEO club? This is tackled by the Elevating Women in Entrepreneurship playbook which delivers proven strategies for supporting and growing the communities of successful women entrepreneurs.
Posted on April 1, 2019
While Lebanon’s traffic problems are far from solved, Berytech highlights innovations in transportation by Lebanese startups, those providing frustrated citizens with options beyond being stuck behind the wheel. There is hope for us still.
Posted on October 16, 2018
Lebanese social startups have created in the space of two years hundreds of jobs for underprivileged people, catered to some of Lebanon’s most pressing social and environmental issues, and provided a livelihood to hundreds of families. And that might be just the beginning.