According to data from several years ago, only 12% of women are in the work force and 64% of men. This is less than Syria, Morocco, Tunisia, and Egypt. In total only 33% of all …Read full article » Jordan: Tuesday, July 20 - 2010 @ 12:35
YEA has served the entrepreneurial community through the Sawtouna project by providing clear public policy discussions and solutions for issues affecting the business sector.
Gregory Simpson from CIPE, The Center for International Private Enterprise, will attend …Read full article » Jordan: Thursday, April 22 - 2010 @ 10:39
According to the YEA, leadership is the hottest item on every trainer’s agenda this year. But while all the others are preaching on how to act like a leader, this workshop is teaching participants how …Read full article » Jordan: Monday, February 19 - 2007 @ 10:35
The event highlighted the importance of implementing the Regulatory Impact Assessment Model in Jordan’s legislative system.
Speakers from varying backgrounds provided their expertise at the event.
Among the speakers, Ms. Samar Haj Hassan, Vice President …Read full article » Jordan: Saturday, April 11 - 2009 @ 14:20
The rigorous training included a communication and public speaking component conducted by Better Business, a session by Dr. Yusuf Mansour (Envision Consulting) on “Building a research paper and writing it”, as well as module on …Read full article » Jordan: Wednesday, July 25 - 2007 @ 13:07
The signing ceremony took place at Naouri Group premises and was attended by Mr. Abdelraouf Taher, Vice President of YEA and Mr. Ibrahim Naouri, Chairman of Naouri Group.
“Our strong belief in the role of …Read full article » Jordan: Sunday, February 25 - 2007 @ 16:26
The meeting aimed to provide Sawtouna insight for its third paper on this topic.
The meeting brought together several members of the private and public sector for their experience and expertise.
Attendees included: several …Read full article » Jordan: Tuesday, September 01 - 2009 @ 10:19
Rawafed, Sawtouna’s consultants, presented the topic of “silence is consent” to members of the Young Entrepreneurs Association (YEA) and stakeholders from the private sector.
After the presentation, an open discussion took place regarding the topic. The …Read full article » Jordan: Tuesday, May 26 - 2009 @ 14:37
The session presented the project’s main achievements over the last year, which included an amendment to the companies’ law reducing the minimum capital requirement to 1000JDs, a commitment from the Ministry of Industry and Trade …Read full article » Jordan: Monday, December 17 - 2007 @ 08:59
Sawtouna has been compiling research to lobby for temporary business licenses that will allow entrepreneurs to start operating their business in standard commercial and manufacturing sectors before the final license is approved. This aims to …Read full article » Jordan: Thursday, April 23 - 2009 @ 15:39