Yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants announced that the online registration has closed. More than 90,0000 registered Lebanese expats will be voting in the upcoming Lebanese elections 2018. This is the first time in the history of Lebanon in which non-resident Lebanese will be able to vote. I work as a social media and
It is sad that fresh graduates in Lebanon aren’t equipped with the desired digital skills required in the modern workforce. The modern-day digital skill requirements outpacing formal education, graduates displaying a poor work attitude are among the reasons fresh graduates can’t find jobs and get hired in Lebanon
Today Lebanon is in desperate need of a political revolution. Sabaa, a new political movement recently launched their teaser campaign in Lebanon that went viral on facebook generating massive interaction & heavily engaging the Lebanese community.
If you are planning to buy a product from an online website in Lebanon make sure to do some research before purchasing, so you don’t end up paying double and triple the actual price. Recently, we have seen many Lebanese E-commerce websites selling products online that pretend to be cheap when compared to the prices of the same product in the Lebanese market. But If you heard about AliExpress, then you know those websites offering supposedly “cheap products” are considered really expensive compared with AliExpress.
Couple days ago I saw a report regarding online copyright infringement on local news in Lebanon. It is true that in Lebanon, once one of the news outlets publish a certain post, all other sites seem to jump on the bandwagon and publish the same content without rephrasing or sourcing the initial site and getting
The “TechWadi Roadshow” consisted of two day-long educational workshops led by TechWadi and powered by Google for Entrepreneurs that brought experienced entrepreneurs, investors, and stakeholders straight from Silicon Valley to mentor local startups in Beirut in partnership with UK Tech Hub
Sony showcased it’s latest products in an exclusive event at Beirut’s Le Yacht Club, including the latest range of BRAVIA 4K LCD televisions and a new line-up of high resolution audio products including stylish headphones and a Walkman. The high-end, invite-only event included Sony’s key customers in Lebanon, Club Members and media, was hosted by the head of Sony Middle East Marketing Company.