The 3rd Emigrants Economic Conference
08:00 - 09:00

Registration at Phoenicia Intercontinental Hotel - Beirut

09:00 - 10:00




Presented by the Chairman and CEO Dr. Mazen Soueid

  • Build and Invest in a Factory for the Production of Human Pharmaceuticals in Ghassanieh - Said, Lebanon.

Abbas Fawaz, Chairman, International Trade and Investment Company (ITICO), Lebanon

  • Pharmaceutical Production Project in Qalhat - Koura, Lebanon.

Zakaria Khaled Al-Sayed, General Manager, UBSA Pharma Industries, Lebanon

  • Factory for Medical Serums’ Production of various sizes according to international standards, using the latest technologies in Sareen - Baalbek, Lebanon.

Hamad Mohammed Abdullah, General Manager, Serum & Solution SAL

11:15 - 11:45

Coffee Break and Networking

14:45 - 15:15

Coffee Break and Networking

15:45 - 16:15

PANEL V: Can Emigrants be a Catalyst for the Recovery of Services?

  • How the recovery is likely to take shape?
  • What Industries are Likely to Drive the Recovery?
  • Potential Role of Emigrants in the Recovery of Key Industries?
  • Needed reforms to Bolster Emigrants Confidence and Encourage them to Start Investing Again in Lebanon.

16:15 - 17:15

The Pitching Stage: "Lebanese Startups: A Catalyst for Change"

Lebanese Start-ups still offer a glimmer of hope in the midst of unprecedented economic crisis. More Start-Ups are transforming the current challenges into opportunities and succeeding in scaling up and going regional. An Accomplished group of Lebanese start-ups will pitch their visions to a selective number of emigrants investors where success and resilience will be matched up.

  • Karl Naim, Co-Founder and CEO, Purpl
  • Yusr Sabra, CEO, Wakilini
  • Jan Willem de Coo, General Manager, Wave Bike
  • Fidele El Achkar, CEO and Founder, Foodsight
  • Hasan Jaafar, Co-Founder and COO, YY ReGen
  • Antoine Kanaan, CEO and Founder, HAQQ
  • Luna Al Achkar, Management Team Member, Cezar’s Projects