Home Magazine People Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Lebanese business men and women are always making us proud! Not too long ago, Arabian Business shared a list called Dubai 100: the most influential people in the emirate. Among these professionals are 10 Lebanese people that have a huge success in the UAE. Recently, Forbes Middle East shared a list called The Top 100 Most Powerful Arab Businesswomen 2017 and among them are 12 highly successful Lebanese women: #1 Elissar Farah Antonios View this post on Instagram Want tips on how to manage your hard-earned cash? Tips on succeeding in the business world? What are leading corporations doing to advance women? ?. . Listen to the CEO of @citibank UAE & Levant answer these questions. @elissarfarahantonios is the first woman to ever hold this post. ?? October 14th…?? . #whenwomenwin #women #womenempowerment #podcast #podcasts #podcasterlife #interview #dubai #mydubai #bosslady #girlboss #womeninleadership #business #corporate #womeninbusiness #season3 @rananawas #citi #citibank #bank #elissarfarahantonios A post shared by When Women Win Podcast (@whenwomenwinpodcast) on Oct 3, 2019 at 4:30am PDT Ranking: 31 Occupation: CEO of Citibank U.A.E. #2 Randa El-Assaad Ranking: 58 Occupation: CEO of Arif & Bintoak Consulting Architects and Engineers #3 Mona Bawarshi View this post on Instagram “I never really had a choice regarding my career. I was the only child and I had to take over my father’s company. He had spent his own life juggling odd jobs at Beirut Port, before finally starting his own business when he turned 40. For lack of capital, he settled for a solution which didn’t need any investment: a customs office. This is how Gezairi Transport was born in 1945. Today, we employ 500 people in about 10 countries. When I was younger I dreamt of having career in fashion, but I never regretted taking over the family business, as I did it for the people who work in it. They became like my family. I was driven by my passion for people, rather than by my love of cargos.” Mona Bawarshi heads the Gezairi Transports company. She was named one of the 100 most powerful Arab Businesswomen by Forbes Magazine. //This post is part of a series on successful Lebanese entrepreneurs, in partnership with RDCL World. #RDCLWorld #organization #global #Lebanese #businessmen #businesswomen #business #economy #Lebanon #world #OpenToTheWorld #MonaBawarshi #labneandfacts #LebaneseEntrepreneurs #LebaneseSuccessStories A post shared by RDCL World (@rdclworld) on Nov 22, 2017 at 11:02am PST Ranking: 61 Occupation: CEO of Gezairi Transport #4 Hala Fadel View this post on Instagram How to foster Entrepreneurship in the Arab region #Arabexcellence #halafadel #takreem #patrickchalhoub #mohedaltrad A post shared by Hamza Chraibi (@arabexcellence) on Jan 15, 2015 at 6:06am PST Ranking: 66 Occupation: Partner of Leap Ventures #5 Ingie Chalhoub View this post on Instagram "Think about all you have been given, and then think about what you can do to give back." As one of the most powerful, respected, and highly decorated businesswoman in the #MiddleEast, Ingie Chalhoub boasts a meteoric career. But this entrepreneur isn't resting on her laurels. Find out what new venture has been taking up her time in our #exclusive interview on Savoir Flair [link in bio]. ? by @INGIEParis #IngieChalhoub #SFExclusive #fashiondesigner #designerinterview A post shared by Savoir Flair (@savoirflair) on Jun 20, 2019 at 3:26am PDT Ranking: 67 Occupation: President and Managing Director of Etoile Group #6 Joumana Chelala Ranking: 79 Occupation: Deputy General Manager and Head of Consumer Banking of Byblos Bank #7 Christine Sfeir View this post on Instagram Semsom كريستين صفير في صحيفة وول ستريت جورنال في أول شهر أيار الجاري خصصت صحيفة وول ستريت جورنال مقالاً تحدثت فيه عن سيدة الأعمال اللبنانية السيدة كريستين صفير وعن سلسلة المطاعم اللبنانية Semsom سمسم التي بدأت نشرها في الولايات المتحدة، المقال مدعاة فخر فعلي بالسيدة صفير، وبمبادرتها وبالمطبخ اللبناني، والمعلوم أن Semsom اسسته صفير العام 2008، احدى أكثر النساء العربيات نفوذاً بحسب مجلة فوربس، وبعد جولات في المدن والقرى اللبنانية، تم جمع نحو 1500 وصفة، ووضعت لمسات عصرية على وصفات قديمة، فكان الحمص والسماق وماء الزهر مع شعيرية العثملية. والعام 2011 افتتح سمسم في جدة، وانتشرت فروعه في بيروت وجدة والكويت ومسقط في الرياض ودبي، وفي العام انضمت كارين اسود شقيقة السيدة صفير إلى إدارة سمسم في الولايات المتحدة وتحديداً في نيويورك. #christinesfeir #Semsom #semsomeatery #entrepreneur #foodpreneur #womenentrepreneur #successfulwomen #lebanesecuisine #Beirut #Womenpower #food #forbesmagazine #DunkinDonuts #AlHasnaaMag A post shared by Al Hasnaa Magazine Official (@alhasnaamag) on May 12, 2016 at 3:42am PDT Ranking: 81 Occupation: CEO of Treats Holding #8 Caroline Fattal Fakhoury View this post on Instagram Thank you Forbes Middle East for selecting me as one of The Most Powerful Arab Women for the 3rd consecutive year❗ I feel humbled & blessed✨Women empowerment in the Middle East is a strategic social & economic priority and through my venture "Stand for Women" I am raising the importance of having more women join the Middle East workforce. Join me on @istandforwomen on Facebook & Twitter as well as on www.standforwomen.org and together we can make a difference✨?✨ A post shared by Stand For Women (@istandforwomen) on Sep 17, 2016 at 11:07pm PDT Ranking: 85 Occupation: Senior VP and Board Member of Fattal Group #9 Nadia Cheaib Ranking: 90 Occupation: Founder and CEO of Clingroup Holding #10 Myrna Soufan Ranking: 94 Occupation: COO of Banque Bemo #11 Sana Khater Ranking : 97 Occupation: CFO of Waha Capital #12 Jinan Zoya Ranking: 99 Occupation: General Manager of Family Business Council, Gulf Source Share on Facebook WhatsApp Donate Tweet Copy Link Support our independent media - contribute today! Become a Patron!