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 Marwan Kheireddine Giving to Future Lebanese Generations

Boss Magazine wrote an article about Marwan Kheireddine, a Lebanese entrepreneur whose interest is to support and teach Lebanon’s youth, as well as others, to become successful business leaders. Marwan Kheireddine is a professor at the American University of Beirut (AUB), where he teaches commercial financial courses that emphasize on analyzing financials and risk management. Many students go through his courses, and it is said that even after time passes by, many students still communicate with Professor Marwan Kheireddine. The article expresses how satisfied Kheireddine is to know that students are grateful for the influence and impact that he has had on their lives and careers. But this is not the only place where Kheireddine has impacted people in a positive way. Kheireddine served on the board of Beirut’s stock exchange and on the board of trustees of the American Community School in Beirut. By being part of the board and serving as a board trustee, it gave Marwan Kheireddine the opportunity to participate in the creation of academic programs targeted at Lebanese youths with the end goal of promoting economic growth in Lebanon. One of Marwan Kheireddine’s greatest accomplishments was when he partnered with Richard Branson and successfully introduced the first Virgin Megastore to Lebanon in 2001. This accomplishment not only created many jobs but also created great publicity in which Lebanon was actually being talked about on CNN and Euro. Furthermore, the numerous concerts that Kheireddine has organized have had a positive impact on Lebanese culture, an adoptive change for the better. Kheireddine is passionate about teaching and investing in the future generations because he wants to provide them with the necessary tools and opportunities needed to be successful in today’s technological world, which is growing and changing rapidly with no signs of it slowing down anytime soon. Learn more: https://www.tycoonstory.com/entrepreneur/leading-the-charge-how-marwan-kheireddine-introduced-credit-cards-to-lebanon/