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Partners of Innovation Center


Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization

A memorandum of understanding was concluded between Jordan Innovation Center at Philadelphia University and Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization on 14/12/2014 to boost cooperation in supporting business entrepreneurs and inventors, supporting entrepreneurial enterprises, their marketing and commercialization. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization is a group of international companies which offer professional services in the fields of accounting, administrative consulting, communication technology, training, education, intellectual property, legal services, information technology, employment, translation, publication and distribution.

 

The Higher Council for Science and Technology

The Higher Council for Science and Technology was established in 1987 under Law No. (30) as an autonomous public institution that works as a national umbrella for all science and technology activities in Jordan. The council was established with the aim of building a national scientific and technological base that would contribute to achieving development objective  through increasing awareness about the importance of scientific research and development and presenting suitable financial support to it, directing scientific activity and research activity within national priorities which are in line with development approaches, establishing centers which are specialized in research and development, as need be, supporting innovation and entrepreneurship to contribute to translating scientific and technological ideas into commercial products and businesses, concluding agreements relating to scientific and technological cooperation with local, Arab and international parties and representing the Kingdom in scientific and technological activities locally, regionally and internationally.

 

Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation (JEDCO)

JEDCO, the legal and actual successor of Jordan Export Development and Commercial Centers Corporation, was established on 1/4/2005, through a decree of the Council of Ministers on 12/6/2003.

It aims to develop economic enterprises in the Kingdom, support them and increase the size of exports and exportation opportunities to international and regional markets.

 

IBDAA Society

It is a non-profitable society that aims at supporting entrepreneurs and outstanding people from unprivileged groups. Its experience in voluntary work extends for five years. It was an endeavor and a determination and became a target and an ambition. During these five years, we visited all Kingdoms' governorates, we listened, saw and investigated, and we found out that our Jordanian society possesses innovative minds that need support and motivation so that they can innovate and display their innovation to others.

Because this cannot be realized except through government supervision, IBDAA Society was established on 28/8/2008 under the patronage of H.H. Princess Muna Al.Hussein. The Society shouldered the responsibility of caring about the talented and the innovators in unprivileged communities to help them transform from a traditional economy to an integrated knowledge economy that is capable of entering international competitiveness.