Tag: companies

KeyBS Launching New KeyKIOSK Services in Qatar, Bahrain and the UAE

KeyBS Launching Western Union Service on KeyKIOSK in Qatar First of all, KeyBS along with its franchise in Qatar KBS Qatar and the strategic partners Western Union and Al Fardan Exchange have launched Western Union service on in Qatar. The announcement…

Entrepreneurs and Investors Meet at Endeavor Jordan’s DealMakers

At Endeavor Jordan‘s annual DealMakers event in Amman last month, entrepreneurs and potential investors were brought together for one-on-one speed networking sessions that aimed to give promising young companies a chance to pitch their ideas in a less formal setting…

Cyber Security: How Safe is your Company?

Too few companies are ready to deal with the growing threat of online attacks. By Jane Hosking We all know to avoid replying to those emails from strangers offering to transfer millions of dollars into our bank account, and most…

What’s up with Whatshudoin?

Luai Masri is the founder and CEO of Whatshudoin, a new social media app that allows users to interact based on the way they feel. How is Whatshudoin different to other social media apps? Whatshudoin is a complete mood-focused platform….

Corporate Citizenship in the Tech World

The likes of Microsoft, Intel, and Oracle want to be more than just simple technology firms—they’re now aiming to be good corporate citizens that can bring about positive change in communities around the world. By Zeid Nasser For years, tech…

Valuing Good HR

Despite the vital role it can play in contributing to a company’s growth and development, human resource management still seems underappreciated in Jordan’s corporate culture.  By Jane Hosking Generous maternity and paternity leave, an endless supply of free gourmet food,…

Learn to Sell

Mastering the art of selling will put any entrepreneur in good stead. By Robert Carroll Years ago, I told my father I wanted to be a CEO when I grew up. Of what kind of company, it didn’t matter. No…

OBG on Subsidy Cuts: Light at the End of the Tunnel?

They’ve been painful, but there are signs subsidy cuts may have started to bear fruit. The Jordanian government’s decision in 2012 to begin a phased withdrawal of electricity subsidies was undoubtedly a good one from the point of view of…

Approval Opens Door to Greater Crowdfunding Opportunities

Dubai-based crowdfunding platform Eureeca has just received regulatory approval from the UK’s powerful Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which should give a major boost to Jordanian startups and early-stage businesses seeking investment. The FCA approval means Jordanian companies will be in…