• Members are expected to be Lebanese or of Lebanese descent
  • Membership is by invitation or via online registration
  • Membership is subject to approval by the LIBC Executive Committee

The LIBC team can provide members with a first confidential entry point in order to address business introduction requests, career transition needs or career advice.

Encourage Outreach

The LIBC Executive Board is designed to encourage outreach and more scalable support amongst members.


Palaeontologists have just identified three new species of fossil octopus discovered in the Late Cretaceous (Upper Cenomanian) of Hakel and Hjoula, Lebanon. The five specimens, described in the latest issue of the journal Palaeontology, are 95 million years old but, astonishingly, preserve the octopuses’ eight arms with traces of muscles and those characteristic rows of suckers. Even traces of the ink and internal gills are present in some specimens. ‘

Installed solar power in Lebanon is set to double this year

Around 9.45 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems were installed by the end of last year, according to the first Solar PV Status Report for Lebanon 2015. The study was conducted by the Small Decentralized…

Remittances from expatriates to Lebanon are expected to increase (World Bank)

Remittances from expatriates to Lebanon are expected to increase slightly in 2016, according to the World Bank. In a report on capital inflows published Sunday, the World Bank projected that remittances from expatriates will reach $7.6…

Lebanese agro-food sector growth at 11%

The agro-food sector has been increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11 percent, according to ‘Investment Opportunities in the Agro-food Sector 2016’ report issued by the Investment Development Authority in Lebanon (IDAL). The…