From right, Fletcher, Salameh, Bassil and Choukeir attend a conference in Beirut, Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. (The Daily Star/Khalil Hassan)
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I recently got a Jawbone 'Up', a device that monitors your daily activity, sleep patterns and exercise, and helps you better control your health.I was also at the launch of the UK/Lebanon Tech Hub. The most powerful people in the room were not those of us on the stage, but over 1000 start ups and entrepreneurs present who will come surging past us all. Power now feels like a Lebanese meal – more chaotic, anarchic, wild.The Lebanese have an advantage there – they are the world's best networkers.It will unleash something more revolutionary than business or innovation alone – the power of the Lebanese spirit.The Lebanese people want security.The Lebanese people want hope.The Lebanese people want opportunity. So Britain is with them in the Tech Hub. The founder is UK/Lebanese.
So... Yalla, bye, dear Lebanon
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