Beirut Keynote Speaker

Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Beirut as a leading authority on technology, online marketing and global business trends. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the Martinez Sas Radisson on Phoenicia Street in Ain El Mreisseh, the Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand on Charles De Gaulle Street in Horsh Tabe, the Monroe Hotel Beirut on Minet Al Hosn or some other convention space in Beirut, Lebanon, Patrick will deliver the buzz and energy you’re looking for. As a motivational speaker, his #1 objective is to leave attendees excited, inspired and energized to take action and see tangible results.

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Beirut has many conference facilities, including:

  • Radisson Blu Martinez Hotel, Beirut on Ain El Mreysseh
  • Monroe Hotel on Minet Al Hosn
  • Cavalier Hotel on Hamra
  • Coral Beirut Al Hamra Hotel on Rue Baalback
  • King’s Suites Hotel on Raoucheh – Australia Street
  • Other meeting spaces in Borj Hammoud, Furn Al Chebak and Ghobeiry


General Information about Beirut, Lebanon, for Meeting Planners

If you’re in Beirut for a conference, it may be of interest to learn about the city around you. As the whole world is aware, the city is struggling with unrest, even after the end of the Lebanon War, and is still in the midst of working to transform itself. Well worth a visit, it would nevertheless be prudent to check the state of political affairs before making that decision. Those who do find themselves in Beirut invariably have an unforgettable experience and enjoy the vast beauty of the coastal waters that fringe the city, along with the pleasant Mediterranean climate. At one time, Beirut was on the short list of the world’s top ten tourist destinations. Logic has it that it will be again.


2014 Business Conventions in Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut will be home to dozens of conventions in 2014. The AASRC International Conference hosted by the AASRC will be held in April at the Crown Plaza in Beichen Dong. Twitter and Hootsuite For Business Workshop – 2014, hosted by Right Service will take place in September at Rotana Hotel in Tamar. The Ecorient, hosted by International Fairs and Promotions will be held in June at the Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center in downtown. International Fairs and Promotions will host Project Lebanon in June at the Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center in downtown Beirut.

2013 Business Conferences in Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut is going to bring us hundreds of conventions and symposiums next year. Some of the larger conferences include Beirut’s national conference “Towards Serving Economy and Mankind” in March, as well as the (LOGEC 2013) Lebanon, Oil, Gas and Energy Conference by the Abarcom Group which will take place in February at the Hilton Habtoor Grand Hotel. In addition, (LICEX 2013) Lebanon Infrastructure Conference and Exhibition will take place in April at the Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand Hotel. On the other hand, the American University of Beirut is hosting the (ICCIT 2013) 3rd International Conference on Communications and Information Technology in June.

Beirut Food Choices for Convention Attendees

In between conference meetings, try the exciting Lebanese in Beirut. Tawlet Souk el Tayeb is thought to be one of the best restaurants in Beirut, especially if you’re looking for delectable, authentic Lebanese fare and a buffet. The price may seem a bit high, but not when you consider the overwhelming variety to choose from. Fern Ghattas offers pizza and fresh bakery items, along with mouth-watering local cuisine. Mounir also cooks beautiful Lebanese food and offers stunning views, along with excellent service and presentation. Reserve one of the terrace tables for an optimal experience here.

Beirut Attractions for Conference Delegates

Allow enough time during your conference to see the fabulous sites in Beirut. You might visit the Temples of Baalbek, impressive ancient ruins thousands of years old, very well-preserved. Or go with some of your fellow meeting attendees to the Jeita Grotto, just north of Beirut. You’ll discover magnificent caverns and geological formations underground. If you don’t have much time, take in the National Museum of Beirut, small but memorable repository of archaeological treasures. Be sure to watch the museum’s video about the civil war, a mustn’t miss!

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