الرئيسية > Braizat: “King Hussein Business Park is a regional incubator for innovation and entrepreneurship”
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الاثنين, تمّوز 20, 2020

Braizat: “King Hussein Business Park is a regional incubator for innovation and entrepreneurship”
Minister of Youth Dr. Fares Braizat, accompanied by a team from the Ministry of Youth, visited a group of entrepreneurial innovative emerging businesses and companies located in King Hussein Business Park, to view the most prominent services the business park provides, and the mechanisms of the operating incubated companies and businesses. Braizat visited several emerging and operating Jordanian businesses and companies operating in the technology services and financial services sectors, in order to transfer their services, their social and business entrepreneurship skills, and their experiences to the youth centers around the kingdom, to strengthen the self-employment approach among Jordanian youth.
Braizat started his tour by visiting “Madfooatcom”, which is a leading innovative company in electronic financial services, where a presentation was prepared by the “Madfooatcom” team. Following “Madfooatcom”, Braizat visited "BIG by Orange", which is a startup accelerator program. Afterwards, Braizat visited “iPark”, a company that excels in enabling and accelerating the growth of startups in the IT and telecommunications sector, which is now incubating 14 startups. After that, Braizat headed to “Brandformance”, a company specialized in digital marketing and branding, then Braizat visited “AlTarjamah” for translation services with the aid of technology, which offers translation services for 15 different languages. Next on the tour was “Parachute 16”, which specializes in business consultancy and solutions, education, and entertainment, and then Zain’s creativity and innovation platform “ZINC”, which is a leading platform in high-tech services and entrepreneurship. Braizat then concluded his tour by visiting “Tamatem”; which is the leading mobile games publisher in the MENA market, and Umniah’s business services and innovation umbrella “TANK”, which covers the needs of Jordanina innovators, entrepreneurs, and startups.
At the end of the tour, Braizat stated that “this visit was for the sole purpose of closely witnessing and observing the mechanisms of work those companies developed after their experience and experiments, to eventually find ways to transfer this knowledge to the Jordanian Youth through the youth centers, and to highlight the success stories of the Jordanian youth who succeeded in getting their businesses and startups up and running. This visit is aligned with the fourth pillar of the National Youth Strategy 2019-2025, which is about entrepreneurship and economic empowerment, and we hope this visit and the collaboration we are looking for benefits the entrepreneurship forums the ministry is hosting, as well as benefiting the youth by providing them with specialized training regarding startups and entrepreneurship.”
Braizat added “King Hussein Business Park is an incubator for innovation and entrepreneurship at a regional level, and the companies, businesses, and startups that are at the Business Park are the pride of Jordan, due to its pioneering services and creative solutions that allow the youth to serve their community.”
Braizat indicated that the ministry will work in partnership with these leading companies that are employing our youth, to benefit from their pioneering and creative services, solutions, and experience.