Berytech brings you Elsa Aoun, a multifaceted entrepreneur and the co-founder of Arabic-speaking website Ounousa targeting women in the Middle East, as well as several other web platforms. Elsa’s journey has taken her from content production to e-commerce, in a path of perpetual search for innovation.
What happens when an entrepreneur has a personal challenge to solve? He finds a solution, turns it into a startup and becomes a serial entrepreneur. That’s how Karim Bacha co-founded Sidelick with his sister Maya and his lifelong friend Jane Nassar.
Marielle Khayat and her co-founders, Pascale Comaty and Joseph Sayegh, all expatriates, launched Koullouna, a box made to bring a little piece of home to Lebanese expatriates around the world, while allowing them to contribute to local social enterprises.
Bildits is a childhood dream come true for its founders, the 3 Lebanese entrepreneurs who always wanted to create just a toy, but found themselves creating a growing toy business instead. Here’s how it all started and how far they’re willing to go with the kids’ construction kit they invented.
Taqa produces Lebanese healthy snacks free from white wheat, milk products, GMOs, palm oil, corn, and soy flour. Its founder, the Lebanese entrepreneur Somaya Merhi, is on a mission is to spread healthy snacks all over the world. Here’s her story.
Jad Atallah, his wife Nancy and Lebanese Chef Charbel Kyrillos developed a cooking technique which extends the shelf life of gourmet meals for up to one year, with no preservatives. With this innovation, they make tasty and healthy authentic Lebanese cuisine available to fans of Lebanese food around the world.
Image Credit: Alexis Baydoun With Roadie Tuner, Lebanese hardware startup Band Industries wants to make music accessible to everyone. “Fine tune your guitar in seconds. Simply connect