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The 7th edition of ArabNet Beirut 2016 gathers over 1000 digital leaders in Beirut

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Over 1000 digital leaders and decision makers set to gather at ArabNet Beirut, the 7th edition of the longest running digital conference in the Middle East. The event is held under the High Patronage of His Excellency, the Prime Minister of Lebanon, Mr. Tammam Salam, and in collaboration with the Central Bank of Lebanon.

ArabNet is the hub for Arab digital professionals and entrepreneurs, creating online and offline platforms for them to connect and learn. The vision of ArabNet is to grow the web and mobile sectors in the region, through various innovative and unique initiatives. It aims to build business bridges across the MENA, stimulate the growth of the Arab knowledge economy, and support the creation of new businesses and job opportunities for the youth, through conferences, partnerships, and competitions.

The 3-day conference will feature high-caliber, international and regional speakers, who are themselves initiators of change, and ready to introduce the latest into MENA. The conference kicks off with the Design+Code day, a pre-conference set of workshops designed to train developers, designers and entrepreneurs on building great web & mobile products. ArabNet Beirut 2016 then carries on with the two-day Forum, focused on the latest in digital media, e-business, technology and entrepreneurship. Covered topics range  from new ventures in social media, to hardware innovation, educational technology, and the latest in entrepreneurship development such as the Maker Movement. 

ArabNet Beirut 2016 will be held at the prestigious Habtoor Hilton Hotel in Beirut, on March 1, 2 and 3. Past ArabNet events have notably attracted high-caliber speakers, tech-savvy participants, and corporate partners from across the region and the world, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft.

 

 

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