Home Magazine Ranked Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Forbes Middle East just released the list of the 50 most influential expats in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for 2018. Four Lebanese executives made the list! The UAE is a melting pot of many nationalities and one of the world’s most famous business hubs. It’s now the home of many expats who contribute significantly to the economy and work in the private and public sectors. Via Tim Reckmann This list aims to highlight the achievements of the expats who succeeded in their respective professions or businesses. The featured individuals serve across 21 industries. Forbes Middle East based the 50 Most Influential Expats in the UAE on revenues, experience, role, and the number of employees they manage. The CEO of Dubai Airports, Paul Griffiths, tops the list. He is followed by Alain Bejjani who is the CEO of the retail-giant Majid Al Futtaim. The President of GE MENAT Nabil Habayeb ranks third. Meet the most successful Lebanese expats in the UAE! Alain Bejjani Via Twitter Ranking: 2 Title: CEO Company: Majid Al Futtaim Nabil Habayeb Via Twitter Ranking: 3 Title: President and CEO Company: GE Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey Samer Abu Ltaif Via SME Advisor Ranking: 11 Title: President Company: Microsoft Middle East and Africa Gergi Abboud Via Twitter Ranking: 32 Title: Managing Director Company: SAP 8 Lebanese make ’30 under 30′ list of Forbes MENA Lebanese people of all ages are succeeding! A few months ago, Forbes ME released its first “Arab 30 under 30” list. It gathers young and influential social entrepreneurs, artists, celebrities, and intellectuals. Eight Lebanese people who redefined the rules of innovation made the list! Via Arab 30 Under 30 Here’s the list! Nicolas Zaatar: Co-founder and CTO of NAR Elissa Freiha: Co-founder of Womena Hussein Bazaza: Fashion Designer Mark Chahwan and Jad Sayegh: Co-founders of Sarwa Jawad Fares: Medical Doctor and Researcher Ray Dargham: Co-founder of STEP Group Eve Tamraz Najjar: Founder of Sensio Air Congratulations! Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Support our independent media! Become a Patron!