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Fifteen companies in the U.K. Lebanon Tech Hub's flagship International Accelerator have been selected to proceed onto a six-month program in London to prepare their businesses for international markets.Beginning next month, up to two representatives for each finalist will attend a six-month program of mentoring, training, and networking in London, including a $5,000 allowance, a workspace at the University College London and accommodation at The Collective, which offers communal living for young tech-oriented professionals.The U.K. Lebanon Tech Hub, which launched in May, is a two-year program backed by the Central Bank and the U.K. government to boost the startup scene and overall knowledge economy in Lebanon.The 45 companies that participated in the accelerator were required to register in Lebanon. While it was not required, they were also all founded by entrepreneurs holding Lebanese nationality, with some coming from the diaspora.
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