Part of the purpose of the event was to give entrepreneurs feedback as to how they could be more successful in attracting clients.(The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Entrepreneurs had 15 minutes Wednesday to try to sell their products to leading Lebanese companies in the banking and real estate sector.Endeavor Lebanon's managing director Tarek Sadi told The Daily Star that Ignite, unlike other networking events, was designed to allow SMEs to directly pitch their products to potential clients.While it is important that some of the entrepreneurs manage to sell their products, the feedback that Endeavor and BDD are set to collect from industry leaders after the event concludes is of greater importance, Sadi said. Rabbah noted that future similar events would be held to connect entrepreneurs and potential clients from industries other than the banking and real estate sector.
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