The UNIDO TraQ program paved the way for 20 promising companies to embark on an exciting journey toward export readiness under Lebanon Export Academy. The
The Lebanon Export Academy celebrated the graduation of the second and third batches of SMEs from its program during the Agri-Food Innovation Days AFID2023.
The Lebanon Export Academy (LEA) has successfully graduated its first two batches of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in the agriculture and agri-food sectors, with a focus on women-led businesses. The LEA offers comprehensive training in export-readiness tools with top-tier professionals, aimed at supporting MSMEs, cooperatives, and social enterprises to become export-ready and access international markets. Now open for its third cycle, the program is part of the Productive Sectors Development Programme (#PSDP), generously funded by the Government of Canada under the joint UN – Productive Sectors Development Programme, which prioritizes women and female youth in disadvantaged areas.
The first cycle of the Lebanon Export Academy (LEA) proved a major success as it graduated its first cohort of 21 SMEs operating in the
Lebanon Export Academy, the first Export Academy in Lebanon, celebrated the graduation of its first batch of 21 SMEs from the agriculture and agri-food sectors,
The Lebanon Export Academy has onboarded the first batch of 21 companies from the agriculture and agri-food sectors, offering them a well-rounded programme in export readiness tools with top notch experts in multiple relevant fields.
The Lebanon Export Academy is implemented by UNIDO and UNDP in partnership with Berytech, and is part of the Productive Sectors Development Program, a 3-year program funded through the generous contribution of the Government of Canada