QRNEC

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QRNECQueen Rania National Entrepreneurship Competition (Amman, Jordan)
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During the award ceremony, HRH Princess Sumaya presented an honorary plaque to the Jordan Ahli Bank , in recognition and appreciation of its sponsorship and continuous support for the QRNEC, and for the instrumental role it played in equipping the youth of today with skills they need to lead the businesses of tomorrow.
It is worth noting that the QRNEC is a nine-month programme designed to help develop technology entrepreneurship in Jordan.
Compared to previous rounds, the QRNEC 2012 witnessed increased participation with 250 student teams comprised of 700 students who attended several training courses and specialized workshops in enhancing entrepreneurship and business skills.
The QRNEC awards amount to over $30,000, awarded to projects in the fields of ICT, Renewable Energy, Water, Life Sciences, Advanced Technologies, and Social Entrepreneurship.
QRNEC awards over $50,000 worth of cash prizes to the best business plans mainly in technology areas in general - ranging from Information and Communications Technology (ICT), biotechnology, agriculture, water, energy and environment.
It is worth mentioning that participants in QRNEC have undergone an intensive boot-camp with 14 experts & practitioners who focused on developing the participantsEoACAO skills in strategy formulation, business planning, project management, and other topics within the SMEs development framework.
28 (Petra)-- The Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRNEC) and the Arab Union for International Arbitration for the Protection of Intellectual Property have signed on Monday Memorandum of Understanding to promote awareness among researchers and creative figures about the economic value of intellectual property.
AMMAN (Star)--Aligned with its aims to provide Jordan's youth with the tools needed to excel in Jordan's competitive corporate arena, Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE), located on the Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT) campus, and the Jordan Telecom (JT) Group, officially announced the Group's second year of exclusive support for the Queen Rania National Entrepreneurship Competition (QRNEC) for the academic years 2006 and 2007.