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Jordan IT Visions

Extending Jordan IT Visions 2005

At this year’s ICT Forum, HM King Abdullah II outlined his visions for the future of the ICT sector in the Kingdom. Central to that vision was closer co-operation and ties between Jordanian ICT players and the wider Arab world, extending existing markets for products and services whilst positioning Jordanian skills as the Kingdom’s primary export.

However, this wider opportunity also presents challenges. How to get your marketing message to potential customers and partners across the whole region?

The answer is simple: The third comprehensive edition of the highly successful ‘IT Visions Jordan’ book, published with the full co-operation of int@j – Jordan ICT Visions 2005

…the one-stop shop for information and insight into Jordan ’s technology environment.

Combining a full contact directory of int@j members with profiles of ICT companies, together with a specially written foreword by His Majesty, this guide provides the best opportunity for the Jordanian ICT sector to present itself to new markets.

And, as well as the hardback book, ‘Jordan ICT Visions 2005’ will also have a dedicated Web site, updated throughout the year to provide a dynamic repository for information on technology companies from the Kingdom.

Editorial details:

- Introduction - Opening statements by:

- His Majesty King Abdullah II

- Her Excellency Ms. Nadia Al-Saeed Minister of Information and Communications Technology.

- Ra’ed Bilbessi, Chairman, int@j

Company profiles - average of six pages each to contain:

- Pictorial, quote and vision statement (up to 1,400 words)

- Picture, corporate profile and/or case-study (up to 1,400 words)

- Corporate structure (regional hierarchy), regional offices, and departmental contact information

The Web site:

The ICT Visions Jordan Web site will be part of www.CPILive.net and will host all the editorial content published in the book, as follows:

Jordan ICT Visions 2005 (downloadable format)

Link to participating company Web sites

Participating companies can edit and update their profile information, as well as add press releases throughout the year.

CPI is the regional partner of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research and event Company. It offers the widest range of media options, which reach more than 120 million technology buyers in 85 countries representing 95% of worldwide IT spending. CPI will leverage off this network by placing banners on IDG’s US, European and Asian Web sites to attract traffic.

‘Jordan ICT Visions 2005’ will also be promoted through CPI’s regional IT magazines: Computer News Middle East, Reseller World Middle East, Network World Middle East and Security Advisor Middle East.’

In addition, it will be used by int@j as part of its regular marketing activity, as well as distributed to all those who were present at this year’s ICT Forum either electronically or printed.

Use the power of this established medium to promote your business, your products or services, across the region. Build on the vision of His Majesty King Abdullah II by raising your game to look beyond the borders of the Kingdom at new opportunities. And take this unique chance to profile your capabilities to the widest possible audience.

For further information on how participate in “IT Visions Jordan 2005” please contact:

Mr. Omid Jalilzadeh



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