With unemployment in Lebanon at an all-time high, we explore how LEBridge, an initiative founded by Lebanese entrepreneur Tarek Eid, is helping people find jobs.
Driven by their desire to create home-grown food concepts that bring people together, Amal Al Marri and Deem Al Bassam founded the Independent Food Company, a UAE-based hospitality company. Today, the firm has several reputable F&B outlets, including SALT, Switch, Parker’s, Candy, Grind, Somewhere and Public. We learn more.
Zaid Ayoub is a man of many talents. The Silicon Valley entrepreneur not only manages investment funds, but he also acts as an advisor to the Jordanian Professional Diaspora Network. Here, he tells us about his role as CEO of SAJJ Mediterranean, a casual food concept.
Lebanese influencers and bloggers discuss how Lebanon should be promoted in a webinar hosted by Hospitality News Talks
Powered by Hospitality News Middle East and funded by the USAID Lebanon Enterprise development (LED) project, Hospitality News Talks held its ninth virtual roundtable on April 8 — “Changing perceptions: what Lebanese influencers and bloggers are doing to promote Lebanon.” The online session, one of 12 such talks moderated by Hodema consulting services, invited well-known bloggers, social media influencers and communications professionals to interact virtually and suggest ways in which Lebanon can be promoted, particularly online.
With Covid-19 causing disruption to the food and beverage industry worldwide, managing costs and reducing waste have become more critical than ever before. Manal Syriani underlines the importance of loss prevention strategies and the variables to consider.
Although empowerment is one of the most talked about topics in business, it is not always well understood. Mark Dickinson of DONE! Hospitality Training Solutions tackles the misconceptions and highlights the importance of “moments of wonder.”
Mohamad Ballout, CEO and founder of Kitopi — a renowned cloud kitchen platform — prides himself on being in the business of “satisfying the world’s appetite.” Here, he speaks about allowing brands to scale up across borders.