The objective of the Virtual Industrial Fair was to promote Lebanese products and savoir faire on the European market, and increase industrial trade and exchange between both regions.
Today, we should focus on the development of this productive sector that creates valued-added jobs and sustainable growth.
Looking at European economic examples, many lessons can be applied for the Lebanese Industrial sector.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria are a set of standards for a Lebanese company’s operations that Cedar Oxygen, as a socially conscious investor, is using to screen potential borrowers.
Cedar Oxygen’s digitalization of finance and “real economy” credit offering for Lebanese borrowers provides a much needed roadmap for the next few years of inclusive finance that should be prioritized by the main stakeholders: investors, donors, development agencies and the like, so as to make sure all share the same broad outlook and priorities… and eventually team-up.
Cedar Oxygen is an independent, transparent, ESG compliant impact investment vehicle set up under Luxembourg jurisdiction, with offices in Paris and Beirut.