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A New Way to Teach

A New Way to Teach

If we truly want to prepare our children for the future, we need to start teaching them to think creatively and critically. By Helen Al Uzaizi ‘Teaching to the test’ has sadly become a common term; it happens when an…

Tesla Launches Electric Cars in Jordan

Tesla has begun selling its cars in Jordan, in a further sign that EVs are finally becoming a viable option for motorists in the Kingdom. Customers can now order two models built at Tesla’s California plant. The Model S executive…

Rasha Manna, the Managing Director of Endeavor Jordan on challenges facing startups

Start up Jordan

Rasha Manna, the managing director of the entrepreneur support group Endeavor Jordan, lays out the challenges facing the Kingdom’s startups, and what it takes to overcome them. The one major difficulty Endeavor faces in Jordan is pipeline—finding companies that meet…

the head of the Private Hospitals Association, Dr. Fawzi al Hammouri

Hope in Health Tourism

This month, the head of the Private Hospitals Association, Dr. Fawzi al Hammouri, is organizing a conference designed to push Jordan even further up the global medical tourism league table. Al Hammouri believes we need more of these events to…

Jordanian entrepreneurs at the launch of an Endeavor survey

Most Jordanian Businesses Want to Relocate – Survey

Most companies in the Kingdom are considering relocating abroad, according to a new survey from Endeavor Jordan, the business mentorship group. Of the 125 companies surveyed, 72 percent said they were considering moving their headquarters abroad. Of these, over half…

aramex

Aramex Posts Bumper Results

Aramex reported that its full-year profit for 2016 surged 37 percent to JD82.4 million, fuelled largely by the growing popularity of e-commerce and a string of recent investments. The Dubai-based logistics giant, whose revenues also leapt 16 percent to JD838.7…

hyperloop

Venture Explains: Hyperloop

What is it? First envisioned by billionaire futurist Elon Musk, Hyperloop is a science fiction-style mode of mass transit that shoots passenger pods at near supersonic speeds along a low-pressure tube. The company behind the technology, Hyperloop One, is calling…

Jordanians Coming back from the Gulf

Readying for an Expat Exodus

Many thousands of Jordanian expats working in the Gulf face an uncertain future as low oil prices begin forcing GCC governments to cut spending. Just how prepared is Jordan for their potential return? By Mothanna Gharaibeh Following the energy sector…

Jumana Jacir, Founder of Kama

Kama: Serving up Our Finest Foods to the World

Through Kama, her new luxury gourmet food brand, Jumana Jacir is out to show the world the many culinary delights Jordan and the wider Middle East have to offer. By Mel Plant Jumana Jacir, founder of Kama, is nothing if…