ACI, CPF launch electronic internationalization initiative

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AMMAN —The Amman Chamber of Industry (ACI) and the Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) signed a memorandum of cooperation to launch a national initiative to upscale Jordanian factories' online promotion and sale by employing young people across the Kingdom.


The initiative is titled "Electronic Internationalization of Jordanian Factories," the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.


The memorandum intends to use CPF's platform for the national youth engagement and volunteering program, Nahno, and allow participants to apply their knowledge and skills on a volunteering basis. This enhances their chances of entering the labor market as qualified employees or business owners.


The initiative includes launching a comprehensive service program for online promotion and sale that provides guidance and training to create top-grade promotional materials. Young people's role will be to help make these materials after receiving proper guidance from professionals in the field, according to a statement by the ACI.


The memorandum also stipulates hiring liaison officers to follow up on the work progress and forming specialized joint teams to work on each program the two sides agree upon.


Director General of the ACI Nael Al-Husami said the agreement would boost cooperation and leverage the CPF's Nahno platform, noting that online marketing has become one of the key promotion methods.


CPF's Executive Director Tamam Mango highlighted the foundation's commitment to cooperating with stakeholders to drive youth across the Kingdom toward innovation and leadership, and technical and professional work under the directives of HRH Crown Prince Hussein.اضافة اعلان

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