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Lebanon Business Network connects millions of Lebanese professionals worldwide
Newly revamped business platform contributes to the economic growth of Lebanon and encourages solidarity among Lebanese.
September 11, 2013 12:21 by GNFFoundation
With four million Lebanese citizens in the country and approximately 12.5 million Lebanese abroad, Lebanon Business Network (LBN) portal connects Lebanese across the globe to foster economic growth.
Established in 2000, the newly revamped business platform now hosts a database of over 4,000 professionals and serves to contribute to economic growth of Lebanon and encourage solidarity among Lebanese. LBN aims to open further channels for export, encourage investment in Lebanon, and promote key industries.
On LBN, businesses and professionals can track business news, network with other Lebanese professionals worldwide, find business and investment opportunities, and build strong business relationships that aim to strengthen the global Lebanese business community.
What opportunities does LBN offer?
Lebanese entrepreneurs and businesses worldwide can join LBN free of charge in order to:
- Utilize Online Marketplace of products & services
- Share Company Portfolio
- Access Business & Economic Databank of Lebanese Industries
- Stay Up-to-date with latest Lebanese Business News
- Follow Business Calendar
- Connect to Social Media
- Track leads in any chosen industry through an Email Notification system
Lebanon Business Network is a business portal dedicated to enhancing economic growth and job creation in Lebanon. LBN virtual business community facilitates business matchmaking through lead identification and information exchange between Lebanese entrepreneurs and businesses worldwide.
LBN was initiated and is managed by Georges N. Frem Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to enhancing quality of life of the Lebanese through implementation of effective programs targeting economic, agriculture, education and community development.