Khalid Dalal is a former advisor at the Royal Hashemite Court, former director of media and communication at the Office of His Majesty King Abdullah, and works currently as a senior advisor for media, strategic communication, PR, speechwriting, international cooperation, marketing, business development, and fundraising locally, regionally, and globally. Email: email@example.com Tel: +962 777 682 766
The atmosphere across the Kingdom is abuzz with excitement, and messages of congratulations are decorating the streets, malls, shops and almost everywhere.
Despite the lingering COVID-19 scars globally and crippling inflation, Jordan has once again demonstrated its fiscal and financial resilience. Recently, the Kingdom successfully completed a Eurobond issuance to global markets.
The media industry has recently seen a pioneering leader bow out to pursue his impressive career somewhere else. Rani Raad concluded his innovative tenure at CNN Worldwide.
The news of Umm Qais being named one of the world's "Best Tourism Villages" in 2022 by the UN's World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), albeit thrilling and heartwarming, has come as no surprise.
In a promotional video introducing itself, Hikma, Jordan’s iconic pharmaceutical company, starts with the phrase: It’s simple.
With a pioneering initiative led by the Jordan Restaurants Association (JRA) to systematize and increase job opportunities in the tourism and hospitality industry, and with full support from the ministries of tourism and antiquities, and labor, all ingredients are in place for the tourism sector to play a promising role in easing unemployment in the country, which now stands at more than 22 percent.
As expected in the world of the media today, with its open platforms for opinion and counter-opinion, reactions to the passing away of Queen Elizabeth II, especially in our part of the world, vary.
The news about climate change, as the primary suspect behind heavy rains, floods, wildfires, heat waves, and droughts around the world, has one upside: the alarming phenomenon has started to have the attention of the world, and some countries have already started to take the issue very seriously.
His Majesty King Abdullah and HRH Crown Prince Hussein are engaged in a constructive effort to bring about a vital change to society by ensuring the youths’ strong engagement in the political scene, which is critical to the future of our country and cannot be overlooked or delayed.
A close examination of the Kingdom’s latest reforms literature would lead us to conclude that success hinges on the ability to develop how people think and accept the logic of reform. This development is indispensable to the process of bringing about the envisioned change.