Jordan has recently launched the first forum for Arab students
studying in Jordanian universities which was inaugurated by Dr. Adel
Al-Twaisi, on behalf of the Prime Minister, Minister of Higher
Education and Scientific Research, and in the attendance of Deputy
Prime Minister, Mr. Jamal Al-Sarayrah. The forum was organized by
“IBSAR”, for management studies and research, “Antarctica”; a
company specialized in commercial business, higher education
institutes, and human development in cooperation with the Ministry of
Higher Education and Scientific Research.
aim of the forum was to promote higher education in Jordan, introduce
Arab students to different cultures and the plans taken by the
government to develop higher education in Jordan, in addition to
promoting touristic sites in the Kingdom, through visits by
participants on the second and third day of the forum in Jordan.
the forum, Orange Jordan's Entrepreneurship Project Manager, Rabie
Jammalieh showcased Orange Jordan’s growth-mode accelerator
program; “BIG” ; which provides support to startups through
helping in the design of their products and services, assisting in
strategic, marketing and media planning, providing technical
assistance and introducing them to Accounting, Human Resources
Management and Legal skills, including taxation. The program also
provides opportunities to connect startups with potential investors
and partners, through their participation in local and international
events, as well as hosting events related to these companies that
provide workspace at BIG.
During the forum, Orange
Jordan, displayed its latest offers and services that target the
youth segment in a special booth, which fall under the "YO"
platform of "Jama3ty Lines” and others.
This sponsorship falls
into a series of sponsorships offered by Orange Jordan to academic
institutions and universities, and aims to enhance its partnership
with the academic sector, which Orange Jordan is constantly seeking
to enable it to reach its goals, reflecting positively on
comes in line with the company’s five-year corporate strategy
Essentials 2020, which places customer service and the community at
its core, particularly education and youth development.