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Startups and SMEs: The Way to Go in Lebanon

Lebanon is at an economic crossroads. The internal political stalemate and the perverse regional impact on its economy and business climate have taken a heavy toll on the country in the past few years,...
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Georgia Through a Lebanese Lens

Photos by: Aia Dakdouk Lebanese photographer Aia Dakdouk feels drawn to Georgia, the former Soviet Republic, where her lens captures the beautiful combination of Caucasus Mountain villages, Black Sea beaches and the cobblestone streets of...
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THE HONORABLE Ray LaHood, U.S. Congressman and Secretary of Transportation

Photo by DLA Piper Article by: Wil Disabatino and Sandra Whitehead As a champion of bipartisanship, the long-time Congressman and U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood worked with Democrats and Republicans alike “to serve the people who sent us...
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Democratization of the Arts with BeMA, Beirut Museum of Art

HOME Magazine sits with the new Beirut Museum of Art to learn how it is becoming a platform for peace on Museum Mile. For a city teeming with artistry, it is surprising that Beirut has no...
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Cherine Magrabi Tayeb: Building Up Lebanese Design Talent with Her Unique Creative Hub

How House of Today is putting Lebanon’s design sense on the map. Cherine Magrabi Tayeb is an astute businesswoman and a steadfast supporter of Lebanese designers. She launched House of Today, a non-profit design platform...