The Information and Communications Technology Association of Jordan (int@j) stressed that Jordanian IT companies had promising investment and partnership opportunities in Ireland, particularly with IT being a key area of investment there.
In a press release, int@j said The Jordanian companies has a very good reputation among the Irish IT sector. Irish companies praised the experience of Jordanian companies at meetings with int@j CEO Eng. Nidal Bitar during the Ireland Smart City and IoT Forum, held last week in the Irish capital Dublin.
Eng. Bitar called on Irish companies to connect with their Jordanian counterparts and seek opportunities to collaborate, stressing that int@j is completely ready to increase connectivity between the two countries via the Jordanian ambassador to Britain Omar Nahar, Ireland’s Honorary Consul to Jordan, Joe Geoghegan, the Ambassador of Ireland to Jordan, Vincent O’Neill, and parties involved in Enterprise Ireland.
Bitar emphasized the efforts of the Embassy of Jordan in the UK in enabling Jordanian companies to connect and transfer technology with various parties in the countries in which the embassy operates, including Britain and Ireland. He also expressed his appreciation at high level of partnership displayed by the Irish Ambassador in Jordan and employees in Enterprise Ireland.