Sandra Mansour: A Sartorial Tour de Force

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Interviewed by: Patricia Bitar Cherfan, Editor-in-Chief With hard work, dedication, and a strong vision, the Beirut-based designer rose through the ranks of the competitive world of the fashion industry. Today, Sandra Mansour’s fairytale creations are highly coveted in the Middle East and beyond. Sandra Mansour candidly shares her inspiring story with HOME. It has been […]

Startups and SMEs: The Way to Go in Lebanon

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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, and the need to reverse this destructive course is imperative. Against this backdrop, Lebanon is in dire need for a comprehensive […]

Soaring Startups: Lebanese Entrepreneurs Win Support, Recognition and Respect

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Some say the Lebanese are natural entrepreneurs. Success stories are plentiful. Here’s a sample of some Lebanese-owned startups that have recently earned the spotlight. Modeo Modeo is a startup that allows customers to use a mobile app to design, visualize in 3D and order modular furniture. It uses augmented reality to allow users to see […]

Building Momentum for Lebanese Innovation

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Recent achievements have demonstrated again that Lebanese startups can compete and win on the global stage. Can we unleash the positive tidal wave of Lebanese entrepreneurs? Lebanon is a small country with an estimated population of 4.4 million people, plus approximately 1.5 million refugees, both Syrian and Palestinian. India currently has approximately 1.3 billion people and is one […]