QRCEQueen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (Amman, Jordan)
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The experience QRCE has gained through hosting the previous weeks -- in addition to the increase in the activities -- helped to achieve the objectives of this event.
QRCE's executive director, Eng Farhan Kalaldeh, said: "We are pleased to host the GEW for the fourth year, offering an ideal platform to spotlight Jordan's nascent culture of entrepreneurship, and celebrate innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life and drive economic growth.
Executive Director of QRCE, Mr Farhan Al-Kalaldah, commented: "The significance of this conference comes from the results of our field visits to more than 15 private and governmental universities across the country and from the conversations that showed students' willingness and readiness to join DART programs that aim to raise a new generation of Jordanian business pioneers."
Farhan Kalaldeh, QRCE Executive Director said: "GEW activities were carefully designed to spotlight Jordan's nascent culture of entrepreneurship, celebrate success stories and will include a series of specialized workshops to help participants develop business ideas.
Under the MoU, the Mowgli Foundation will share its experience and knowledge in the field of counseling and skills development with QRCE personnel to help support and empower entrepreneurs in carrying out programs.
"Intel aims at supporting entrepreneurship in the Middle East through developing partnerships with leading national entrepreneurship development organization such as QRCE," said Ferruh Gurtas, corporate affairs director, Intel Middle East, Turkey, & Africa.
As per the agreement, QRCE inaugurated the "Meeting the Challenge of Youth Unemployment in Jordan" competition under Intel Youth Enterprise, accepting applications from all cities within the Kingdom, until 10th of November.
the QRCE, with the aim of giving students the chance to create solutions to
Preparing for this year activities, QRCE organized a preliminary workshop that aims at introducing the dimensions and objectives of the GEW, and establishing new strategic partnerships and collaborations with private and public sector organizations, motivating them to participate in the GEW 2011.
Summary: Queen Rania Centre for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) announced the launch of the second phase of its strategic plan for the years 2010-2015.
"The various programs and activities held year-round by QRCE have been instrumental in boosting Jordan's presence and role at the regional and international levels.
Bank al Etihad and Zain Jordan have announced their sponsorship of Creative Business Cup competition which will be organized by Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) to strengthen the competencies of young entrepreneurs and help them turn their innovative business ideas into successful ventures