Dr. Nassib Fawaz
President of Lebanese International Business Council – LIBC
Dr. Nassib Fawaz President of Lebanese International Business Council – LIBC

On behalf of the Lebanese international Business Council (LIBC), we would like to ask you kindly to share your expertise in this LIBC seminar held in Beirut on August 9th, 2016.

BAGHDAD, IRAQ - AUGUST 18: Lebanon's Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil speaks during a joint press conference with Iraq's acting Foreign Minister Hussein Shahristani (not pictured) on August 18, 2014 in Baghdad, Iraq. Bassil visited Baghdad to hold talks with senior Iraqi officials about the latest development in the area , and express his solidarity with Iraq in its war against the terrorism .(Photo by Ali Abbas-Pool/Getty Images)

Naturalization for the Lebanese Immigrants (will be discuss with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)


The Elections and Voting Rights of Lebanese Immigrants (will be discuss with theMinistry of Interior and Municipalities).


Policy of the Lebanese Government to courage and Increase Tourism and Network with the Lebanese Immigrants will be discussed with the Ministry of Tourism


On this exciting day trip from Beirut to Byblos on August 10, 2016 , visit one of the oldest towns in the world



  • 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.


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