Friday, January 14, 2011

Antoine Frem Speaks in Lebanese Management Association ‘Success Stories’ Series

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INDEVCO Vice Chairman and Interstate Resources, Inc. CEO & Chairman shares stories and milestones of his career.

The Lebanese Management Association (LMA) ‘Success Stories’ series introduces successful executives from Lebanese companies to share knowledge, experience and managerial techniques with MBA students and association members.

Antoine Frem served as guest speaker at the fifth session of ‘Success Stories’ at Le Bristol Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon on 12 January 2011. Atef Al Jubayli, Lebanese Management Association President, inaugurated the event.

After the opening of the session, Mona Bouazza Bawarshi interviewed Frem, who shared his knowledge in family business, experience in overcoming challenges and values and philosophy which have allowed INDEVCO Group to grow into ‘A Local Multinational from the Middle East’.

Frem has 4 decades of extensive managerial experience in the packaging and paper board industry. He earned a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and graduated from Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.

INDEVCO Group is a Lebanon-based multinational manufacturing group with over 35 manufacturing plants and commercial companies in Egypt, Greece, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and the United States. Sales offices are present in Cyprus, England, France, Greece, Jordan, Sudan, Sweden, and Ukraine.

Member companies manufacture paper and plastic flexible packaging, corrugated boxes and packaging, tissue, and consumer disposables for household and away-from-home institutional use. INDEVCO employs over 8500 people worldwide.

Prior honorary guests in Lebanese Management Association’s ‘Success Stories’ series include:

Raymond Audi
President of Bank Audi Saradar

Raphael Debbane
President of Debbane Group

Nizar Choucair
Founder & President of Patchi SAL

Jaques Sarraf
Chairman & CEO of Malia Holding SAL

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