Jordan participated in the French Week for the second consecutive
year, which was recently concluded at the Boulevard, in Amman. Held
under the patronage of the Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Her
Excellency Ms. Lina Annab, the French Week was officially inaugurated
in the attendance of His Excellencies, David Bertolotti the French
Ambassador to Jordan, Mr. Akel Biltaji the President of CAFRAJ and
Orange Jordan’s CEO Jérôme Hénique.
Jordan was also the exclusive telecom sponsor of the French Week,
which was held from 15-22 October, where diverse activities showcased
French culture, sports, education, music, cuisine and lifestyle,
through the transformation of the Boulevard - Al Abdali to a French
market, with French companies in Jordan offering its expertise and
products to Jordanians.
Jordan also sponsored the “French Touch Hip Hop Festival”, which
was held for the first time in the Kingdom and organized by the
French Institute in Jordan from 18 to 22 October. The festival
included hip hop performances by Jordanian and French talent, as well
as workshops, competitions and many other entertaining activities for
the youth that grabbed their attention.
on the occasion, Mr. Hénique said: “We at Orange Jordan are proud
to sponsor and be part of the French Week in Jordan for the second
consecutive year and the “French Touch Hip Hop” Festival, being
held for the first time in the Kingdom”. We would like to thank
the French institute of Jordan on this initiative that aims to
encourage young talents and strengthen the artistic intellectual
exchange between different cultures.
Jordan’s participation came, with its own booth, showcasing
technologically advanced gadgets, such as Virtual Reality gears, in
addition to competitions and recreational games, through which
visitors were awarded many special prizes.
by its corporate strategy Essentials 2020 and a renewed corporate
social responsibility plan, Orange Jordan ensures continued
sponsorship of events both direct and indirect, activities and
initiatives that strengthen local ties and also connects Jordanians
to the rest of the world, as well as supporting local youth talent
that will contribute to the development of the art and cultural