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Yes, she did it at 24!

1:11 pm in Entrepreneurship, Starting up by Camille Khoury

Yesterday, I read a very interesting article about Hind Hobeika, an entrepreneur at Berytech, in the magazine “Entrepreneur Levant”. The article describes Hind’s innovation and her journey as an entrepreneur. Not only her innovation is awesome and very useful for swimmers, but it is also her age that makes the story even more brilliant. Read the rest of this entry →

Entrepreneuriat et PME : Enjeux et Perspectives

1:14 pm in Entrepreneurship, General, Starting up by Nicolas Rouhana

Sous le haut patronage de son Excellence le Ministre de l’Economie et du Commerce M. Nicolas NAHAS, l’Université Antonine – Faculté de Gestion des Affaires a organise le 2ème colloque international “Entrepreneuriat et PME : enjeux et perspectives”, les 7–8 juin 2012, sur le Campus principal de l’Université Antonine à Hadath-Baabda.

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10 Good Reasons to Go to Lappeenranta this Summer!

7:04 am in Entrepreneurship, Financing, General, Meet the Entrepreneurs, Starting up by Nicolas Rouhana

Lappeenranta – at the Crossroad of Europe, Russia, the Baltic Region, in Finland – the hub between Europe and Asia, is hosting the 21st EBN annual Congress & the 3d EU-Russia Innovation Forum, from 13 to 15 June 2012 (www.ebncongress.eu). Discover 10 good reasons why Lappeenranta is the place to be!

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We’ll be at the Business Forum 2012, Will you?

9:27 am in Berytech News, Entrepreneurship, General by Tania Saba Mazraani

From April 26 to 29, 2012 Berytech will be at the Business Entrepreneurship Forum in BIEL (held in the sideline of

Forward), talking to aspiring and existing entrepreneurs about innovative ways in which we can support projects and startups.

This much anticipated event will gather for the first time peers from the entrepreneurship ecosystem, friendly, familiar faces such as the good people from Amideast/Cisco Entrepreneurship Institute, Endeavor, Altcity, MIT Enterprise Forum, etc. So there’s a lot to see! Don’t miss out on the chance to stop by Berytech’s booth and chat with our team members (Booth L8-M7).


Berytech will also be holding it’s second Seed up your Startup competition in a pitching festival that will take place live over two days on April 26 and 27. The contestants will not only pitch in a public forum, but the audience will have its own say by voting, using specially provided handheld devices, for the most meritorious projects. Winners will walk away with a comprehensive incubation program and up to $25K in seed money.

It’s happening at the Business Entrepreneurship Forum, and we’re not planning to miss any of it. Are you?!

For more info about the Pitch Fest http://tinyurl.com/chuk443

 

 

Expressing my Passion for Entrepreneurship

3:40 pm in Entrepreneurship, Meet the Entrepreneurs by Hind Hobeika

Being entrepreneur is my passion! My thinking has no limits! Running a business gave the possibility of applying all of my crazy ideas and gave me the ability to determine my own working hours and location, what makes it fun at the same time.

I combined my passion for swimming and my educational background as engineer by creating Butterfleye which develops, as a starting product, smart swimming goggles that can track the swimmer’s heart rate with instant visual feedback. Its patent is also a platform for the development of many other applications in the field of sports technology, biomedical devices and data storage, creating more added value and social impact. Read the rest of this entry →

What a Pioneering Decade!

12:32 pm in Berytech News, Entrepreneurship, General, Meet the Entrepreneurs, Starting up by Nicolas Rouhana

What a pioneering decade this has been ! Berytech was created right at the turn of the Century by visionaries at the Saint-Joseph University to be the first technological pole in Lebanon and the region that provides a conducive environment for the creation and development of startups, hence taking part in the economic revival of the country, participating in wealth and job creation, and retaining graduates and hi-level skills in Lebanon.

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