NYIT hosts business management workshop
Amman, April 4, 2011
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) – Amman is hosting a major workshop for business administration, with participations from top executives and international experts.
The 14th international workshop, which ends today (April 4), aims at exchanging experiences and point of views regarding the current economical situations, discussing cooperation opportunities that would strengthen the economic relationships between Arab countries on one hand, and European and Asian countries on the other.
“We’re glad we are hosting this specialized, international workshop in its 14th edition,” said Dr Faiz Zoubi, the assistant dean of the School of Management at NYIT – Amman, and event organisation supervisor.
“We hope for the participants to be able to forge a comprehensive roadmap covering administrative, commercial investment, and economic sectors’ various layers.”
“At NYIT, we try to do our best, as a prestigious academic institution with a recognizable presence, to fulfill our commitment to the education matrix. We believe that our role does not stop with providing the market with professionals and academics, but crosses all the way to answering to the market and sectors needs, helping them establish future trends and objectives for its success,” he added.
A total of 54 top executives from the US, Portugal, China, Germany, Belgium, Australia, Spain, Ukraine, Finland, and Syria are participating in the 10-day event, a statement said.
NYIT has also prepared entertainment and touristic trips that included historical sites like Petra, Rum, Dead Sea, and Aqaba, it added. – TradeArabia News Service
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