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Top Coworking Spaces in Lebanon

249 USD /m
antwork, Beirut



Located in the heart of Beirut, antwork is a campus comprised of 2 authentic buildings and a 1,500sqm outdoor space. The ... More

200 USD /m
The Olive Grove, Beirut

The Olive Grove


The Olive Grove co-working space fuels creativity, productivity and community. TOG will provide regular seminars from suc... More

15 USD /d
The Koozpace, Beirut

The Koozpace


The Koozpace is a brand new space in Yarzeh in a green, secure and calm environment with a unique view like no other on B... More

6.5 USD /d
Jubaili Workhub powered by antwork, Sidon

Jubaili Workhub powered by antwork


Jubaili Workhub is the first coworking space in Saida. Opening our doors to all kinds of talents, entrepreneurs, solopren... More

Recent reviews in Lebanon

The location of the space is really good. It is close to Beirut, but it does not feel like you are in Bei... Show More
Zahraa Hodroj
I have been at the Koozpace for almost a year now and chose to settle there with my team for the various ... Show More
Adib El Chidiac
What I like about the coworking space is that you don't feel you're in a typical office. The view is insp... Show More
Fadi Kahil
This is the first space for a community to get together around skills and resource sharing. There a nice ... Show More
Aisha Habli

Lebanon is a sovereign state in Western Asia bordered by Syria and Israel at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Basin and the Arabian hinterland. Awash in a rich ethnic diversity and history, the country has a strong cultural identity. Its history dates back over 7 thousand years (predating recorded history) with a maritime culture (think Canaanites and Phoenicians) and eventually fell under the Roman Empire. This is where religious differences have divided the country for centuries from Christianity to Arab Muslims. At times referred to as the "Switzerland of the East" and later the "Paris of the Middle East", Lebanon has the highest human development score in the Arab world (not counting the oil rich economies of the Persian Gulf).

Monopolization of Internet services and corruption has caused slow growth in Internet infrastructure in Lebanon. With the state owned Internet provider giving a limited slow service, locals prefer to use faster connections from illegal Internet providers. Authorities received a slap in the face when it was discovered that they were in fact using an illegal source with these illegal providers growing more advanced than what was thought. The illegal system ran off towers in isolated locations with bandwidth purchased from Turkey and Cyprus.

The locals believe that the government wants to keep a monopoly on the Internet in order to control its citizens via poor services and high costs that line the government's coffers, as there is no justification for the high charges or the slow speed of the government owned provider.

Until this situation changes somewhat, it is doubtful that there will be a digital startup hub happening in Lebanon any time soon.

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