History builds the future.

  • Get connected

    LCTechHub shapes effective relationships between North American entrepreneurs and shining talent from the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Today, more than 70,000 Lebanese citizens are graduates from Canadian universities. Based in Montreal, one of the most innovative and tech-oriented cities, LCTechHub opens borders between these emerging talents and tech influencers. Since its creation, LCTechHub has rapidly been recognized as a leading Canadian accelerator and facilitator.

  • Be heard

    LCTechHub unites with MENA and GCC start-ups operating in Beirut and beyond. This organization makes sure these bright minds get in touch with North American markets through dynamic, hands-on initiatives: networking events, forums, online education, onsite training, financing opportunities... LCTechHub gets emerging MENA and GCC talent to meet and mingle with North America’s leading investors, CIOs, entrepreneurs and governments.

  • Share with big thinkers

    As a major partner in Canada, LCTechHub is not only acting as a bridge for those attracted to the North American tech market but also as a gateway for those who see potential in emerging MENA and GCC. Since its creation, LCTechHub has opened doors to a number of mutually beneficial investment opportunities and partnerships.

  • Learn from subject matter experts

    Working with influencers defining trends in technologies on the market, LCTechHub provides a great learning experience for enterprises looking at MENA and GCC’s rising industries. Fintech, Smart City, IOT, gamification, big data and cloud computing are just a few of the blooming markets putting MENA and GCC on the tech-world map. Other industries such as gaming are breaking new ground on both sides of the globe, which makes these cross-cultural exchanges more relevant.

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LCTechHub's story

LCTechHub Accelerator 2017


From B2i emerged LCTechHub, a non-profit accelerator providing services such as networking, coaching, fundraising, commercialisation, go-to-market strategy and business monitoring for North American entrepreneurs and emerging talent from MENA and GCC. Embracing B2i's initiatives, LCTechHub also serves as the prominent accelerator for MENA and GCC's thriving start-up community and Montreal's innovation experts.


C3 Program 2011


C3 was created with the aim of improving knowledge on the Cloud and exchanging ideas with the leaders of the field. The aim is to enable entrepreneurs to obtain tools to immediately integrate tangible solutions within their company.


ATILC 2009


LCTechHub origins date back to 2009 when the Association TI Lebanon-Canadian (ATILC) was established as a coaching and mentoring program for Lebanese immigrants integrating into the Canadian ITC Market.


B2i Program 2015


On June 6th 2015, the members of the Association launched B2i (Bridge to Innovation), a program initiated by Mr Fadi Ziadeh, Consul General of Lebanon in Montreal and the Association TI Libano Canadian (ATILC). The program’s main objective is to encourage strategic partnerships between Canadian and Lebanese businesses through the transfer of knowledge and technology. The project was launched under the auspices of the Lebanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Gibran Bassil and inspired by the BDL 331 circular.


i3 Program 2009


The emerging situation in information and communication technologies (ICT) is a major concern for user companies and suppliers of ICT products and services in Quebec.


Sharing this concern, the ATILC launched the i3 project - Integration of Immigrants in Informatics in partnership with Réseau Action TI and TECHNO Compétences, an initiative aimed at tackling this challenge.

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