Author Archives: Lara Shabb

WE ARE HIRING

WE ARE HIRING

Reading Time: < 1 minute We are looking for a new managing editor to help steer our coverage in the coming years and at this critical moment for Lebanon.  Role/Responsibilities:  Oversee production of the monthly magazine from conception to print   Coordinate with editorial staff on editorial agenda for each issue, agreeing on the focus and setting submission deadlines for articles  Commission and

Executive Magazine’s December issue

Reading Time: < 1 minute Dear Executive readers, It is our honor to present to you our end-of-year issue. The year behind us has been tumultuous worldwide, and especially for Lebanon – a small country that has many times carried its weight throughout international and regional crises. The tri-tragedy of the pandemic, the port explosion, and the collapse of the

LEBANON 2020: URBAN POVERTY

Reading Time: 2 minutes People who not long ago were comfortably middle-class urban dwellers, find themselves thrown into poverty this year, to the point of relying on NGO-provided food aid. From the old to the very young, the faces of poverty may be depressed or smiling, but the underlying realities are the same. Urban poverty has been expressing itself

SAMA HOSPITALITY VENTURES Farm-to-Table at Scale

Reading Time: 5 minutes From farming to hospitality
Sama Hospitality Ventures (SHV) started off as an idea to make commercial use of co-founders’ Ali and Omar El Mais’ late father’s land in Bekaa where the two brothers grew up. “We had to look for a higher return alternative than planting wheat or just leaving the land idle,” explains Ali who comes from an investment management background and completed his MBA at INSEAD.

Executive is hiring!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Executive Magazine is looking to hire a new sections editor.  The new sections editor will take responsibility for researching and writing analytical pieces that satisfy the highest journalistic standards. She/he will contribute to special reports for our coverage of new economic sectors in Lebanon, as well as traditional economic pillars that continue to play important roles in the Lebanese economy, from hospitality

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