Abu-Ghazaleh Announces High-level Cooperation between TechWorks and TAG.Incubator for Innovation

03-Nov-2021

AMMAN - Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Incubator for Innovation (TAG.Incubator for Innovation) and TechWorks - one of the Crown Prince Foundation’s initiatives – signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate in various fields including digital manufacturing and training, and exchanging consulting services related to technological devices, machines and equipment needed to manage innovation incubators. 

The MoU was signed, in the presence of Foundation CEO, Dr. Tamam Mango, by TechWorks Managing Director, Eng. Ismail Hakki, and Talal Abu-Ghazaleh International Digital University (TAGI-UNI) Executive Director, Dr. Mushira Enezat.

Cooperation between the two parties aims at implementing digital training programs offered by TAG.Incubator for Innovation and the member firms of TAG.Global in partnership with TechWorks initiative.

Commenting on the signing event, HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, founder and chairman of TAG.Global, expressed his pride in cooperating with the Crown Prince Foundation, represented by TechWorks, to establish a distinctive and unique model of partnerships, as well as to build a digital and creative generation armed with technological tools, knowledge and innovation.

Moreover, Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh stressed the importance of creating an innovation incubator in every educational institution, pointing out the need of orienting education towards building a generation of digitally capable innovators to serve their nation. 

For her part, Dr. Mango expressed her pride in cooperating with TAG.Global, saying: “This partnership significantly enhances our vision aimed to join forces with the private sector institutions so that we together focus our support on the youth in Jordan throughout the Kingdom.” 

She stated that the Crown Prince Foundation pays special attention to technological sectors, most importantly the digital training programs, due to their positive impact on developing the skills and capacities of the youth, as well as promoting their competitiveness at all levels. 

For her part Dr. Enezat said that signing the agreement falls in line with the directives of HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh in building a national model of excellence, and an appropriate environment for the young innovators and entrepreneurs in order to develop their interest and curiosity that drive the tech industry. 

Eng. Haqqi, on the other hand, stressed the importance of such partnerships which stimulate creativity and contribute to exchanging technological and technical expertise. He added that the Foundation has been always keen on offering and expanding scope of opportunities to the youth in the Kingdom with the aim of integrating them in the process of development and creativity, pursuant to the Foundation’s approach in building and improving the skills of the Jordanian youth, and providing them with the opportunities that enable them to effectively play their role towards serving  their nations and communities.


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