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Porto Dead Sea

Launch of Deliveries for first Phase of “Porto Dead Sea”

Porto Dead Sea has launched the first phase of the Dead Sea Porto project, which includes 439 apartments ranging in size between 52 and 76 m2, surrounded by a serviced area including shopping centers and a wide range of International…

Development Center

The Business Development Center is getting Jordan to work

The Business Development Center is not only training young Jordanians on the actual skills needed in the local job market, but also helping them land jobs or start their own enterprises. By Dina al Wakeel Photography by Alaa al-Sukhny Jordan’s…

Mediterranean

Mercato Mediterraneo: Food and culture of the Mediterranean

In cooperation with the Italian Trade Agency in Amman, Venture had the privilege of attending the first edition of the Mercato Mediterraneo in Rome, Italy at the Fiera di Roma venue. The 4-day event was dedicated to the development of…

Reaching out: Jordan and Italy’s economic relations

Businesses are redoubling efforts to boost trade and economic relations between Jordan and Italy.  By Dina al-Wakeel Italy is one of Jordan’s most important trading partners. In 2016, Europe’s fourth largest economy exported some $800 million worth of products to…

Flydubai

Flydubai Launches Aqaba-Dubai Route in June

Flydubai will begin flying four times a week between Dubai and Aqaba from June 16. The low-cost carrier announced the new route alongside a new service connecting Dubai with the Greek city of Thessaloniki. “We are looking forward to the…

gcc

Luxury Travelers from GCC Outbound Market Set to Increase in 2018

The GCC is home to a vast number of nationalities and hence their preferences, tastes, the idea of an experience and values are so diverse. However, when it comes to outbound travel from the region, there appears to be focus…

workers

Valuing Workers Wherever They’re From

We must not forget that migrant workers and refugees have much to contribute to Jordan’s economy.  By Patrick Daru On December 18, the world marked International Migrants Day–a moment to celebrate the contributions of migrant workers to our economies and…

ryanair

Low Cost Giant Ryanair Launches European Routes to Jordan

Europe’s biggest low-cost carrier, Ryanair, will launch its first flights to Jordan with 14 routes in total to Amman and Aqaba airports in March. The new routes are expected to deliver almost 500,000 customers as Ryanair expands its operation in…

Dubai: Year in Review 2017

Increased activity in trade, tourism, and construction paved the way for another year of growth in Dubai, with momentum expected to continue through 2018 as the emirate’s preparations for Expo 2020 shift up a gear.   Dubai’s economy looks set…

airlines

Airlines Navigate Changing Skies

Airlines in the region are having to adapt to growing competition and high customer expectations. By Nada Atieh Air connectivity in the region has grown dramatically over recent years, with the number of city pairs rising from nearly 200 in…