In the face of the critical economic challenges that Lebanon and the region are currently facing, the spirit of women who dare to take risks,
In its tenth edition, the Femme Francophone Competition awards €42,000 in grants to 3 women entrepreneurs to start and grow their business.
We talked to Audrey Nakad, the founder of Ostaz, the platform that was recently acquired by the Inspired Educational Group to learn more about the acquisition, what has set the platform apart from other online private tutoring platforms and how the acquisition came at a pivotal time for the education industry.
Le 10ème anniversaire de « Femme Francophone Entrepreneure »: une dose d’espoir dans notre quotidien
L’édition spéciale 10ème anniversaire du concours « Femme Francophone Entrepreneure » a été lancée lors d’un webinaire qui a eu lieu au Campus connecté AUF MESRI de Beyrouth.
Sandra Berro, Gaëlle Fayad and Lina Al Khoury won the 2020 final of the “Femme Francophone Entrepreneure” (FFE) competition which took place at Berytech, Mar Roukoz.
Thirty seven candidates have been selected for the 9th edition of the Femme Francophone Entrepreneure Competition.
The 2020 edition of the «Femme Francophone Entrepreneure » (FFE) competition was launched today and efforts were made in order to adapt to the new health context.
Part of the Femme Francophone Entrepreneure competition, 25 shortlisted woemn entrepreneurs are attending 4 training days and are expected to submit a complete business plan before mid-August 2019.
The 2019 edition of the “Femme Francophone Entrepreneure” (FFE) competition was launched under the patronage of H.E. Mrs. Violette Khairallah Safadi, Minister of State for Economic Empowerment of Women and Youth.
Growing up, Therese Kayrouz, founder of YallaBus, was not planning on becoming an entrepreneur. This is the story of how she and her team were able to map the entire bus business in Beirut, turn it into an app that assists users in finding and taking a bus, and win 4 startup competitions in the process.
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.