Marwan Kheireddine is a Lebanese billionaire entrepreneur, investor, political activist, and philanthropist. He founded the Beirut-based F6S Ventures in Dubai and served as Chairman. Marwan’s first major contribution to the entrepreneurial ecosystem was Lebanon’s first incubator for technology startups known as Beirut InnoTech. The project grew from a small idea into a modern tech hub with over 200 local and international entrepreneurs working together across Beirut’s largest co-working space in what became known as “the city of startups.”
Marwan Kheireddine believes investing in Lebanon’s youth is essential for the country’s future. In a recent article for The Boss Magazine, Marwan Kheireddine argues that investing in Lebanon’s youth is important due to the current state of the economy. Kheireddine points out that many young people are leaving the country for better opportunities elsewhere and that this brain drain negatively impacts Lebanon’s future. He also discusses some initiatives he has launched to help improve education and employment prospects for young people in his homeland.
Throughout his career, Marwan Kheireddine has used his wealth to bring jobs and investment opportunities to Lebanon. He established the Moneen Group Development in 2003, providing youth unemployment through unpaid internship programs. His current major project, the Beirut Institute of Management Sciences, known as BIMS, aims to create an education center that will emphasize for quality higher education institutions in Lebanon.
Kheireddine is a partner at the international law firm Hogan Lovells and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at USEK University in Lebanon. He is also a member of the Beirut Institute’s Board of Directors. Kheireddine believes investing in Lebanon’s youth is essential for the country’s future success.
The boss Magazine’s article on Marwan Kheireddine illustrates how important it is to invest in Lebanon’s youth. Because of his immense influence on the country’s future, he should be given the recognition he has been missing out on.