Screenshot Under the patronage of Princess Sumaya Bint El-Hassan, the Emirati Al-Ahli Holding Group has launched, in partnership with the Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE), the second version of the Global Business Opportunities program. The program aims to train a group of young entrepreneurs of various nationalities in order to prepare them for...
Screenshot Again, during the world Economic Forum (WEF) on Middle East, we were also lucky to live stream an interview with Jon von Tetzchner the CEO and cofounder of Opera Software, the company behind Opera web browsers that has around 40 million users on PCs and its Opera Mini is the number one browser on Mobile phones, according to what Jon said in the in...
Screenshot During the world Economic Forum (WEF) on Middle East, We were lucky to live stream an interview with Josh Silverman the CEO of Skype, the well known VOIP application. Josh was one of the Young Global Leaders participants in the Fifth Young Global Leaders (YGL) Summit Dead Sea, Jordan, that took place between 13-17 May 2009 . During which accordi...
Screenshot Yesterday Gorden Grayish, Vice President EMEA Intel Corp, told ArabCrunch in a video interview (find it at the end of the post) that Intel Capital the venture capital arm of Intel, will announce an investment tomorrow in Amman, but he did not mention much more information.  This morning they announced that the investment is in two Jordan-ba...
Screenshot (These 2 interview were live streamed on Qik via my Nokia 5800, I’ll post more live interviews on Qik throughout the day tomorrow, inshallah follow me on twitter @3GFalcon and @ArabCrunch for updates.)) Matthias Lüfkens is the social media manager of World Economic Forum (WEF), in this interview I asked him about how WEF uses social media...
Screenshot  My pass was granted to the  World Economic Forum (WEF) on the Middle East, just about an hour before it started, so I was not prepared. However I did 2 live video interviews which I will publish in the next post. This year Forum’s theme is the ”implications of the Global Economic Crisis for the Middle East: Home-grown Strategies for Suc...
Screenshot Colleges of Computing and Information Technology/Jordan branch held last Tuesday 12/4/2009 a technology lecture at the Arab Open University in Amman, as part of Third Information Technology Forum which commenced at the Islamic University (IUGaza) in Gaza. The lecture in Amman used a video conference with the Forum in Gaza.  According to the org...
Screenshot The Entrepreneurs Week, is one of the most interesting events Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) is organizing this year. And ArabCrunch is proud to be a media partner for this event. The event will last for a week starting at the 16th  of this month and ending at the 21 st of this month, where every day will have one speaker at...
Screenshot You know facebook? Right? Well there are other types of social networks that have been popping up every now and then: These are vertical social networks, or social networks that specialize in a certain vertical or category. From Lebanon, HerSphere is the latest comer to the arena and it is for women. HerSphere is owned by Women in IT (WIT) a Leb...
Screenshot  Bayt.com, the Middle East’s number one job site, announced today that JobSeekers can now benefit from a job search that is 40 400 percent faster on the Bayt.com site, following the replacement of Bayt.com’s existing job search engine, with a new one. The new search technology designed for job seekers is a complement to Bayt.com’s InstantMat...

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