Marwan Juma

Chairman, Kinz for Information Technology

Marwan Juma is Jordan's former Minister of Information and Communications Technology and a leading figure in Jordan's IT industry. Juma founded and led several successful startups including NETS, (Batelco Jordan), Jordan's first email service provider, dot.jo, a web design and online marketing house with operations in Jordan, UAE and Doha and Kinz for Information Technology, the country's premiere corporate data provider. Marwan also founded Oasis 500, the region's top IT accelerator, where he currently serves as Vice Chairman, and Intaj, the country's ICT industry association, which he chaired on three occasions. In addition, Juma is the Vice Chairman of the The King Abdullah II Fund for Development, and a member of the Board of Trustees of Princess Sumaya University, the country's lead IT school.

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