INJAZ Lebanon is running the Company Program (CP) under the theme of INNOVATE FOR INCLUSION #CPInnovate, which aims to find innovative solutions to inclusion in different environments such as sports, workplace, cultural sector, green or creative industries. It is in partnership with Citi Foundation and INJAZ Al-Arab.

Company Program is a 6-month entrepreneurship program, starting from February to July 2023, and available for both University and High-School teams of 3+ members each. During CP, teams will participate in online training sessions to get introduced to the business world.

Throughout this journey, participants will come up with innovative ideas related to inclusion, organize themselves into different departments (sales, marketing, finance, HR, etc.), develop a product or a service, start operating the company, and finally submit a business report in order to participate in the national Young Entrepreneurs Competition (YEC 2023)!

In partnership with CITI FOUNDATION


The Company Program culminates with the Young Entrepreneurs Competition during which the final teams will get to pitch in front of a panel of judges who will select the winners of the COMPANY OF THE YEAR award (among other awards) for each of the University and High-school tracks.

Winners of COMPANY OF THE YEAR award might have a chance to compete against winners from other INJAZ MENA countries at the regional YEC in Morocco in November 2023 organized by INJAZ Al-Arab - if all requirements are met.*

Please note that winning the national YEC does not guarantee the team’s participation and travelling to the regional one in Morocco. There are specific conditions that should be met at the time of the competition, including a minimum score and a commitment throughout the program (among others), that will be make you eligible to participate.



  • Applicants can be current high-school or university students
  • Applications should be submitted by team with a minimum of 3 members.
  • Applicants should be able to commit to the program's workshops and sessions.
  • If you’re a high-school team, then all your team members should be from the same school. You will also need to get the administration’s permission to represent the school and their support through a focal point with whom we can communicate.