The Lebanese League for Women in Business (LLWB) and the Lebanese Business Council in Kuwait (LBCK) signed a Memorandum of Understanding. This joint effort has a prominent role in supporting the local economy and aims to address the rising needs and defiance during the current economic situation, by promoting both parties’ activities and initiatives. Under…
LLWB is proud to announce the partnership with Levi’s, and FabricAID for the distribution of 10,000 apparels donated by Levi’s after the Beirut Blast. The apparels were distributed to underprivileged communities through LLWB’s network of partners. The first batch was distributed in Beirut in partnership with Himaya, at the location of FabricAID in Bourj Hammoud…
Purposive Round Table in Partnership with the Lebanese Ministry of Economy & Trade, organized by the National Gender Observatory
LLWB was invited to a round table with the Lebanese Minister of Economy & Trade, organized by the National Gender Observatory to discuss those challenges and propose recommendations for women-led SMEs. We were represented by Ms. Abir Chebaro, Ms. Amal Abdallah, and Ms. Manal Hakim. Along with discussing the challenges, many recommendations for the short…
Based on LLWB’s work with the various sectors, the association realized that there is a lack of awareness around the importance of promoting more women in the public sector and more specifically in decision making and leadership positions.
LLWB launched a three-year project for supporting women entrepreneurs including start-up owners and SME owners the regions of North Lebanon and Beqaa. The project is supported and funded by Drosos Foundation.
LLWB signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Commission For Lebanese Women NCLW.
LLWB was among the organizing partners for the ITU Regional Conference on “ICT for Women in the Arab Region: ICT for Women’s Empowerment” which took place on November 26-27, 2018 at Movenpick Hotel.
The Middle East Angel Investment Network (MAIN)” launched the 1st annual Middle East Conference on Business Angel Investment in Egypt.
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We are very proud of our collaboration with four partner NGOs under this successful initiative, and we look forward for our upcoming events and for greater impact.
WIE Women In Engineering – Lebanon Section Arabwic Arab Women in Computing Digital Opportunity Trust #Women_in_IT.
LLWB launched a new project that aims to support women’s employment and promotion in the public sector in Lebanon.
Rural Entrepreneurs, in collaboration with the Order of Engineers and Architects in Beirut and Tatweer Baladna, organized the first Young Engineers Forum 2018 on September 24, 2018, under the theme of “Entrepreneurship: The Engine of Socioeconomic Transformation”.
LLWB President Ms. Asmahan Zein was invited to attend the launching of the MENA-OECD Business Advisory Board which took place on September 20-21, 2018 in Madrid, Spain.
LLWB focuses on gender equality and diversity, particularly equality in education to give women the chance and the voice to become leading pioneers and entrepreneurs in their community through leadership and managerial roles, thus enhancing the quality of life in Lebanon and leading Global Compact Network Lebanon closer to its principles and the 2030 agenda. #SDGpioneersLeb