PLANET LEBANON THE 7TH CONFERENCE
Lebanese Diaspora Support and Communications

Please mark your calendars and save the date to attend the 3rd Annual Immigrant’s Reunion 2017 conference on 2-3 August, 2017.
LIBC invites Lebanese across the world to find their way back home again, bearing success stories, initiatives and a lot of love to share with their fellow countrymen.
We believe that our diverse and dynamic group of speakers and panelists provided and will provide in-depth insight, as well as, actionable and practical tools of engagement models, methods and mechanisms.
We do believe that together we can achieve more and we can support our beloved country, Lebanon, at all levels.

Successful Conferences

LIBC has organized conferences and workshops, both in Lebanon and abroad, with outstanding results. November 2001 witnessed a conference by LIBC in Belgium. In May 2002, LIBC organized a conference called the Lebanese-Arab Investments and Economic Integration, which was organized in Dubai. In June 2003, LIBC achieved major success with Planet Lebanon 200 in Brazil. Set to be the best yet, LIBC’s fourth conference, Planet Lebanon 2004 that was held in Lebanon.
LIBC Fifth Conference Planet Lebanon 2005 was held in Central America in the Island of Curacao. LIBC Sixth Conference Planet Lebanon 2012 was held in Lebanon.

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