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Beirut.com 17 Mar 2023

4 Lebanese Businesses Making Waves In The Int’l Markets

There are so many different Lebanese businesses that are thriving locally and internationally, adding a new taste to the market that you didn’t know you needed.

Check out these wonderful Lebanese businesses.

1. Get Over It

Get Over It is doing exactly what the name implies: helping you get over obstacles that are holding you back from being the best version of yourself.

The powerful women behind this online boutique, Pamela Bassil and Zeina Zogheib, tell the story of their own struggle as entrepreneurs. Having deliberated the launch of their business for months, they finally decided to “get over it” and start of their project in September 2022—and that is exactly the message behind every item they sell.

The pair made sure to use Get Over It as a fashion statement. Focused solely on outerwear (that go over your clothes), the boutique sells all kinds of jackets for women, such as denim jackets, windbreakers, coats, blazers, and much more.

Their items are either imported or made locally, and they can be customized depending on the style you like, whether it’s print, embroidery, or hand painted.

To spread their message of empowerment, Get Over It hosts wonderful events and pop-up stores all over the world. So far, their message has reached Dubai and Beirut and will soon land in Cyrpus this April!

A simple scroll through their brilliant collection will quickly inspire you. For more information, make sure to visit their Instagram and Facebook. They offer worldwide shipping!

2. The Lebanese Bakery

This bakery made a name for itself in Beirut and has since expanded to London, Bahrain, Cairo, and Riyadh. The founders drew inspiration from their childhood and focused on adding a Lebanese touch to every bite.

A visit to The Lebanese Bakery is a cultural experience filled with Lebanese flavors and culture. The business prides itself on its hospitality, generosity, and rootedness in Lebanon.

Their closeness to home is what made their business succeed abroad, as everyone was drown to the homey feel offered at The Lebanese Bakery. For more information, visit their website and take the time to scroll through their Instagram!

3. Raw Bites

Your snack stash just got better with Raw Bites. Dedicated to providing healthy and nutritious snacks, this business is the answer to every craving. Raw Bites is 100% Lebanese, and apart from gracing the shelves of multiple supermarkets in Lebanon, they are making waves in KSA, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, Iraq, Ghana, Nigeria, Abidjan, USA, Canada, and Congo!

Their delicious protein puffs are free from all kinds of preservatives, artificial sweeteners, processed sugars, and coloring—crunchy, delicious, and absolutely irresistible. For more information, visit their website.

4. Sarah’s Bag

This beloved Lebanese brand has been turning heads on a national and international scale. Founded back in 2000, this social enterprise has been supporting female prisoners and underprivileged women “to stitch, bead and embroider their way to an empowered life of purpose and financial independence”.

Last year, Sarah’s Bag landed a marvelous collaboration with French luxury brand, Chloé, and reimagined their iconic Woody Nano tote in an all new design.

Want to check out their collection of totes, pouches, clutches, and more? Click here.