The Lebanese startup ecosystem is booming and putting Lebanon on the international entrepreneurial map.
TechCrunch, a leading online publisher of technology industry news, is hosting its first startup competition for entrepreneurs across the Middle East and North Africa in Lebanon this October!
We have gathered the most acclaimed startups that should be on your radar. Whether you want to buy a book or start a crowdfunding campaign, be sure that you will find a startup that will offer a solution to your problem!
This startup creates fun technology kits such as color-coded electronic building blocks. The products are designed for children to boost their creativity and to foster their STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) skills. Read more.
Koullouna is a piece of Lebanon sent to you every month! It is a monthly subscription that aims to connect Lebanon-lovers to the country no matter where they are to beat homesickness. This is what the subscriber receives every month: a variety of local goods, design products, cultural products, a postcard, and a booklet with all the stories behind each product and brand. Koullouna donates 10% of the cost of the box to a Lebanese initiative. Read more.
L’Atelier du Miel is a honey production startup. The boutique brand, which is located in Beirut, sells more than 30 different types of honey and honey products. L’Atelier du Miel has a unique natural production method which distinguishes its products in the market.
Address: Mar Mikhael, alley next to Saliba Market.
This startup created bus stops that include solar panels to allow people to recharge their phones. The brainchild of this idea is the architect Charbel El Hajj who believes that the public transport needs a revamp to reduce the traffic by 30%. Read more.
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