Ojeil brings over 20 years of experience in hospitality business and hotel management to his new role as General Manager at Four Seasons Hotel Beirut.
The economic situation has long been weighing heavily on the Lebanese hospitality sector, especially after the Beirut explosion. Things took a turn for the worse with the Covid-19 lockdown.
As the developmental licensees of McDonald’s in Lebanon, I am proud to represent such an incredible, global brand and I see it evolving and growing tremendously once things stabilize.
The Lebanese economy has been struggling for the past months due to the devaluation of the Lebanese Lira. This crisis, coupled with the deteriorating economy and the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, has severely hit the torn-apart country.
The results showed that due to the current crises, the respondents estimate that their purchase power has deteriorated by almost 40 percent, it is expected that this deterioration has escalated after the Beirut port blast.
With this concept, Spinneys aims to provide a space for small and local businesses as well as emerging artists and creators to showcase their products and their talent.
Jean-Claude Ghosn, the man behind Ghia Holding — a brand which counts Abd el Wahab, DUO, Ahwak, Fabrk, and El Denye Hek among its F&B concepts — has sadly passed away.
Tony Ramy, president of the Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafés, Night-Clubs and Pastries in Lebanon, carries the weight of the restaurant industry on his shoulders as he tries to entangle the web of problems that it finds itself caught in. In this exclusive interview, Ramy discusses the unprecedented challenges and the possibility of recovery.