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 Marwan Kheireddine: Serial Entrepreneur, Investor and Philanthropist

Marwan Kheireddine is a Lebanese serial entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist. He founded his first company at the age of 20 and has been involved in several successful businesses over the years. Currently, he sits on the board of directors for numerous companies worldwide, including some major players in the tech industry, such as IBM and Microsoft. Kheireddine is also an angel investor focusing on startups from all corners of the world. In this interview, he discusses his career, investment philosophy, and thoughts on the future of entrepreneurship. Kheireddine is a strong advocate for women in business – he has even set up a foundation to support education and healthcare initiatives for women in Lebanon. He’s also heavily involved in philanthropy and has established the Marwan Kheireddine Foundation to help disadvantaged children in Lebanon access quality education and healthcare. Kheireddine is a man with a lot of drive and ambition committed to helping others succeed. We can’t wait to see what he does next!

Marwan Salim Kheireddine holds the post of Chairman & CEO of AM Bank SAL, a Lebanese Joint Stock Commercial Bank, since 2001.

He is also the Chairman of Byblos Bank SAL and a Board Member in several international companies such as Microsoft & IBM.

In 2006, Mr. Kheireddine decided to start his entrepreneurial journey and founded “MK Group,” one of Lebanon’s top leading groups specialized in different industries such as; real estate, construction, oil & gas, shipping, and tourism. In 2012, MK group launched its first startup, “PeoplePill,” – A social network for professionals that achieved great success on regional and international levels.

Marwan Kheireddine is an angel investor focusing on startups from all corners of the world. He has invested in several successful startups such as PeoplePill, MintMe, and Wecan.

He also established “M-K Foundation” to help disadvantaged children in Lebanon access quality education and healthcare.

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