JCBank backs Queen Rania Centre
Amman, June 17, 2008
Jordan Commercial Bank (JCBank) will be the silver sponsors of the Queen Rania Centre for Entrepreneurship (QRCE).
JCBank’s sponsorship of the centre stems directly from its aims to provide its corporate, retail, and investment clients with customised high quality competitively priced financial solutions.
Through both its ever-increasing and regularly enhanced range of cutting-edge banking solutions and efficient distribution channels, JCBank is reiterating its commitment to delivering world-class products and services that provided adder values to their stakeholders, customers, and personnel.
Through its sponsorship of the QRCE,, JCBank is working to help the organisation to fulfill its mission to develop technology entrepreneurship in Jordan by focusing on issues such as: capacity building, consulting, counseling and developing the local “Entrepreneurial Personality & Spirit”.
“We at JCBank are very happy to be the silver sponsors of the Queen Rania Centre for Entrepreneurship, since we believe that through this sponsorship we will be helping our community . We will contribute to the development of our country. We believe that this sponsorship will be fruitful for both parties, as we hope that we would offer our clients distinguished banking solutions stemming from this collaboration,” said general manager of JCBank Dr Jawad Al Hadid.
The QRCE is running several leading national and international programs, including: Queen Rania National Entrepreneurship Competition (QRNEC), CONNECT-Jordan Program, Technology Commercialization Program (TCP) and the students entrepreneurship club (DART).
QRCE is hosted at El Hassan Science City (EHSC) which has three additional pillars: Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT), The Higher Council for Science and Technology (HCST) and Royal Scientific Society (RSS). – TradeArabia News Service
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