Tag: Middle East

Kjeld Binger, CEO of Airport International Group (AIG)

QAIA: Flying High

In the space of a few years, Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) went from being one of the region’s worst regarded aviation hubs to one of its best. How did they do it? Earlier this year, QAIA was voted the…

iMENA Group Invests in Real-Estate Technology House, JRD Group

iMENA Group, the leading operator of online businesses in the MENA region, today announced that Dubai-based technology enterprise, JRD Group, is a new member of its growing platform. JRD recently received an investment from iMENA which the company plans to…

QRCE: A Decade of Startup Support

The Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) is marking its tenth anniversary by taking stock of past achievements and preparing for a future packed with exciting new ideas to develop. By Jane Hosking The QRCE, based out of Princess Sumaya…

Mercedes-Benz S400 L: Benz at its Best

In whatever model, the Mercedes S Class remains the benchmark for the luxury sedan segment. By Ghaith Madadha Luxurious, comfortable, and conservative, the S-Class is the luxury car that proudly yet discretely says one has ‘made it,’ but without ostentatiously…

LG G4: The Flagship to Beat

With the release of the range-topping G4, LG’s competitors will need to up their game. By Sadad Talhouni Since it released the game-changing G2 back in 2013, LG has managed to consistently deliver exceptional upgrades to its flagship handset line….

Millennium Development Goals Help Lift 1 Billion Out of Poverty

The United Nations Millennium Development Goals have managed to lift 1 billion people out of extreme poverty, according to a UN report released last month, which assessed the effectiveness of the 15-year strategy. Initiated in the year 2000, the eight…

The Work Place 2.0

Deloitte Jordan says companies must learn to navigate a new world of work. By Jane Hosking Earlier this year Deloitte published its Human Capital Trends 2015 report, which examines how workforces around the world are evolving. Karim Nabulsi, Deloitte Jordan’s…

Endeavor Chairman Calls for Creative Industry Body

While Jordan isn’t lacking in creative talent, attracting investment for media and art business ventures is no easy task. In order to grow the Kingdom’s creative economy, an industry body is needed to fight its corner, said Ali al-Husry, chairman…

Orange Jordan: Essentials 2020

Orange Jordan CEO Jean-Francois Thomas has just unveiled a far-reaching strategic plan that lays out the company’s vision for the telco sector over the coming five years, with a core focus on the customer. Through Essentials 2020, Orange Jordan aims…

SESAME: A Scientific Step Forward

Jordan has never excelled at scientific study. But a newly revamped, first-of-its-kind research facility could change that. By Elisa Oddone When discussing Jordan’s efforts to develop a knowledge-driven economy, the important role research and development can play is too often…