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Economic Development References
What We Do
Economic Development References
Market Study of the real- estate market in Al Raqeem area - Amman
Dajani Consulting provided services for an investor intending to establish a real estate development project in Al Raqeem area within Amman governorate in Jordan. The study included assessment of the market potential and viability of industrial complex consisting from several stores / workshops or industrial buildings / spaces on a land licensed for similar purposes. The study included desk review of available secondary data (statistics); survey of sample of 100 factories, workshops and businesses in the area; and key informant interviews with real estate services. The study concluded that the investment is promising, however, since the implications of COVID-19 are still existing, the project could be established and profitable after the improvement of market conditions within a year.
Development of Jordan Investment Attraction Strategy
Deloitte Consulting- USA subcontracted Dajani Consulting to provide services to the project of the World Bank technical assistance support to the Jordan Investment Commission (JIC) in developing an investment attraction strategy. Dajani Consulting provided local engagement services in Jordan with key private, public, association, chamber, donor and investor stakeholders. In addition, Dajani Consulting conducted meetings to obtain and validate information and data to be used in sector selection and strategy development. The deliverables of Dajani Consulting included meeting summaries, analyze local donors studies, conduct workshops with key groups to obtain their perceptions regarding the priorities and scope of the strategy. To deliver the outputs, Dajani Consulting performed research and strategic analysis of the priority sectors, feasibility and desirability of selected sectors, assist in development of sector scans, draft strategy and final strategy.
Support to the Jordan Investment Commission in Investment Opportunities
Dajani Consulting was contracted by OCO Global – UK to provide services for project to support JIC, funded by EBRD. Dajani Consulting was involved in the review and desk research stage to obtain past and present economic and investment indicators about Jordan. Furthermore, Dajani Consulting performed stakeholders analysis, through meetings and interviews with public, private and other entities representing the governance, regulatory and enabling entities, as well as investors and FDIs, to contribute to the priority sectors/subsectors and target markets for Jordan.
Survey of the Impact of COVID -19 on Jordanian Business Environment
As part of the World Bank initiative to help Jordan to overcome the economic impact of COID 19 pandemic on Jordan Economy, Dajani Consulting has been initiated to assess the economic effect on Jordan economy by sampling of 600 firms in Jordan. The Survey is being conducted over the phone for 600 companies based in Jordan to figure out the level of negative impact on different economic sectors of Jordan. The survey was conducted over the phone and all data were uploaded to survey solution instantly. Dajani role included updating of sample frame, translation of question, training of enumerators (CATI ), conducting the telephone interviews, uploading the data, cleaning of data and delivery of final technical report. The survey was implemented on 4 rounds during 2020 – 2021.
Jordan E-Commerce Training Project for Women-owned Businesses
OCO Global and Dajani Consulting have implemented a project to help women entrepreneurs in developing their skills in e-commerce. The project focused on women SMEs that has a potential for exports. The project assessed Jordan’s e-commerce business environment, designed a training program that can enhance the skills of women lead businesses in the e-commerce, provided technical assistance to women-owned SMEs. The project designed a tailor-made package to train women entrepreneurs on how to utilize e-commence for their own great benefits. About 20 female e-commerce advisors were qualified during the project.
In collaboration with CARE International in Jordan, Dajani Consulting has undertaken a project to provide soft skills, gender-based violence and entrepreneurship training for Syrian refugees. The training was provided for 200 Syrian refugees with whom 80 % of participants are females, through virtual platform (Zoom).
Virtual Trade Events Linkages
As a part of the technical assistance provided by Dajani Consulting for Enhanced export development Project funded by GIZ, Dajani Consulting has provided capacity-building programs for different business association such as Jordan Chamber of Industry, Amman Chamber of Industry, JEDCO, Export Jordan Business and Professional Women Association. The Capacity-building program focused on creating Virtual Trade Linkages events Linkages. The project included selection of different Jordanians firms to bring them up to the standards necessary to fully represent themselves to potential buyers at virtual trade events in a successful competitive manner.
Capacity Building: Design, develop and deliver export development related training programs
The Objective of this project is to design, develop and delivery of a series of training programs on export readiness assessment, market intelligence, and trade events design targeting business associations in Jordan. These training programs helped build the SPs staff knowledge and skills in the fields of export development and promotion, allow them to fully understand the needs of exporters SMEs and cater to those needs through effectively providing high quality export related services. Moreover, these training programs allowed the business associations staff to better engage in the project efforts to design and develop new export related services. Eventually, the training helped servicing the SMEs and assisting them in expanding their export activities.
Establishment of export service Unit at Amman Chamber of Industry ( ACI)
The aim of this assignment is to building export development within Amman Chamber of Industry (ACI). The unit was established with technical assistant from Enhanced Export Development Project funded by GIZ. The main objectives of the unit was support ACI members in streamline export development services such as certificates of origin and export documentation, provide financial support to members to attend international trade events and exhibitions, provide market research on potential export markets and to create linkages programs for members.
Survey of the Impact of COVID 19 on the enterprises in Jordan – World Bank
As part of the World Bank initiative to help Jordan to overcome the economic impact of COID 19 pandemic on Jordan Economy, Dajani Consulting has been initiated to assess the economic effect on Jordan economy by sampling of 600 firms in Jordan. Sample was drawn from Jordan Enterprise survey of 2019. The Survey is being conducted over the phone for 600 companies based in Jordan to figure out the level of negative impact on different economic sectors of Jordan. The survey was conducted over the phone and all data were uploaded to survey solution instantly. Dajani role included updating of sample frame, translation of question, training of enumerators (call Agents), conducting the telephone interviews, uploading the data, cleaning of data and delivery of final technical report.
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