October 18, 2016 Beirut Lebanon

Fly in to Beirut for BDL Accelerate 2016, Stay for the World's Best Gastronomy!

Speakers from the biggest tech companies in the world are flying in to Beirut on Nov 3, 4, 5.

BDL Accelerate Beirut

The Mediterranean's Biggest Conference will be filled with incredible back-to-back talks, speeches, and activities until 6 PM, after which and for the first time, the Networking Hub will stay open until Midnight to keep the conversations flowing and connections happening.

BDL Accelerate 2016's Souk El Akel will feature 24 hand-picked independent food stands representing the best flavors from around the world. With Souk El Akel, we are supporting SMEs and family businesses across the country.

Conference attendees can experience BDL Accelerate 2016's Souk El Akel in the Entertainment Tent at Forum de Beyrouth between 10 am - midnight on Thursday & Friday November 3 & 4, and from 10 am - 4 pm on Saturday November 5. The Entertainment Tent is only accessible to registered attendees wearing the Official Conference Badge or Wristband.

BDL Accelerate Souk el Akel

WHY BANQUE DU LIBAN ACCELERATE?

BDL Accelerate is the only international innovation & entrepreneurship conference in the world that is inclusive, because it's free. We don't charge our attendees, so that everyone, from all walks of life, can learn, engage, be inspired, and connect with industry experts, investors, like minded individuals, and changemakers from around the world. With over 10,000 attendees flying in from 100+ countries, BDL Accelerate 2016 is by far the best return on investment a business can make on the conference circuit.

WHY BEIRUT?

"Beirut. The food’s delicious, the people are awesome. It’s a party town... Hopefully, you will come back smarter about the world. You’ll understand a little more about how uninformed people are when they talk about that part of the world. You’ll come back as I did: changed and cautiously hopeful and confused in the best possible way. Travel at its best defies expectations... That’s part of the thing that makes Beirut so interesting." Anthony Bourdain (CNN Host and World Renowned Chef)

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