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The Euro-Lebanese Centre For Industrial Modernsation

ELCIM was initiated in 2001 by the Lebanese Government and the European Union in order to improve the performance of Lebanese manufacturing
enterprises.

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Thanks to the positive outcome of the first phase

ELCIM since 2005, share the ultimate goal of supporting small businesses, startups, and spin-offs in moving up to the next level through pushing new and innovative concepts. We believe that these businesses are the backbone of the economy, and that by supporting their growth and success, we can create a brighter and sustainable future for all.

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We believe that these businesses are the backbone

of the economy, and that by supporting their growth and success, we can create a brighter and sustainable future for all.

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Who we are

The Euro-Lebanese Centre For Industrial Modernsation, “ELCIM” was initiated in 2001 by the Lebanese Government and the European Union in order to improve the performance of Lebanese manufacturing enterprises.

Thanks to the positive outcome of the first phase, ELCIM since 2005, share the ultimate goal of supporting small businesses, startups, and spin-offs in moving up to the next level through pushing new and innovative concepts. We believe that these businesses are the backbone of the economy, and that by supporting their growth and success, we can create a brighter and sustainable future for all.

ELCIM continuously evolve and adapt to the Market requirements in supporting alongside established SMEs, innovative startups and spin offs, offering them a variety of services.

This entails granting access to capacity-building programs, fostering innovation, mentoring and coaching, gaining access to funds, creating networking opportunities, and giving support for different sectors and linking (or closing the gap between) the industrial Sector to/and academia and Research Centres.

Since 2008, ELCIM has been completely integrated to the Industrial Research Institute management structure