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Opportunities Conferences

  • Business Opportunities in Lebanon

    Every year since 2003, Lebanon Opportunities has been organizing the largest business event of the year. More than 1,000 business managers, investors, and opinion makers participate every year in that event. The event has become the premier business networking opportunity in Lebanon, full of useful workshops, business and investment matching, exhibition, other side activities.

    Visitor profile
    Visitor profile included company owners, managers, and decision-makers in leading companies from various industries such as financial services, manufacturing, real estate, information and telecommunication technologies, hospitality, insurance, engineering, the media, and other sectors. Leaders of several business organizations were also present. Many public officials attend, including government ministers with portfolios dealing with economic issues.

    Exhibition
    The exhibition has stands representing many sectors including information technologies, financial services, real estate, telecommunication, construction material, and service sectors. Exhibitors have expressed satisfaction at the level of visitors, and many established useful contacts for future business deals.

    Workshops
    More than a dozen workshops are organized each year, each attracting 100-200 attendants. Many visitors attend more than one workshop. Each session is normally full or almost full. In an exit survey after the last conference, 83 percent of people questioned after the workshops said that they were either satisfied or very satisfied.

    Press coverage
    The event has always been covered by leading television stations during their newscast. It was also well reported during in the economic pages of leading newspapers.

    Community support
    Each year, a high number of unsolicited positive feedback is received after the event. The event partners also received positive response.

    Supporting organizations
    InfoPro rely on the many business organizations and international organizations for ideas, participants, and promotion of the event. These organizations have included the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, The Association of Industrialists, The Federation of Tourism Syndicates, ELCIM, The World Bank, IFC, UNDP, RDCL, ESA, IDAL, PCA, Berytech, The Lebanese Franchise Association, USAID, Amideast, and others.

    Sponsors The conference has been sponsored by leading companies whose participation make the event possible and free of charge, and gain it brand recognition and association with a premium event. Past sponsors included: Audi Bank, AXA, Bankers Assurance, BLC Bank, BLF, Cellis, CIS, FFA Private Bank, Ghalayini for Trade and Turnkey, Lebanese Canadian Bank, Meshref Village, Middle East Capital Group, MTC Touch, BankMed, Octagon, Ogero, SAAB, Xerox.

    Links to conference programs:
    2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
  • Back-in-Business
    Nov 9-10 2006

    Following the July 2006 war, Lebanon entered into a phase of recovery. Lebanon Opportunities organized a conference focused on the economic recovery of the country. It was a forum for interaction and dialogue between the public sector and the private sector together with other stakeholders such as international donors and labor. The conference was conducted over two days. The conference theme was adopted by the government which hosted the second day of the conference at the Grand Serail, participated with addresses by the Prime Minister and key ministers, and honored the participants by a dinner at the Serail.

    Profile of participants
    The event was attended by round 750 high-level participants. Participant profile included company owners, managers, and decision-makers from leading companies from various industries such as financial services, manufacturing, real estate, information and telecommunication technologies, hospitality, insurance, engineering, the media, and other sectors. Leaders of several business organizations were also present. Many public officials attend, including government ministers with portfolios dealing with economic issues. The conference was addressed by Prime Minister Fouad Siniora.

    Workshops
    A dozen workshops were organized. More than 45 speakers addressed the workshops including the Prime Minister, several ministers, ambassadors, key business and labor leaders, economists, and experts. Many visitors attend more than one workshop. Each session was full or almost full. In an exit survey after the last conference, most people questioned after the workshops said that they were either satisfied or very satisfied.

    Press coverage
    The event was well covered by leading television stations during their newscast. It was also well reported during in the economic pages of leading newspapers.

    Supporting organizations
    A number of organizations supported the event including the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, The Federation of Tourism Syndicates, ELCIM, The World Bank, UNDP, and RDCL.

    Patrons and sponsors
    The conference has been patronized and sponsored by leading companies whose participation made the event possible and free of charge, and gain it brand recognition and association with a premium event. The event patron was MTC Touch. Sponsors included Banque Libano-Francaise, Rymco, and Jubeili Bros.

     

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