Dear CEO of Zain Jordan, Good Day!
I hope my first public email finds you well.
Tomorrow I will be missing the first #AmmanTT event that will be held in Amman as the beginning of a new platform for the tech-community by the tech-community. Amman Tech Tuesdays will bring engineers, business people, experts, investors, marketers, entrepreneurs, students and regular enthusiasts from the technology community together on the first Tuesday of every month in a casual but structured setting. The main goal behind the program is to organically fortify and interweave ties in Amman to further our position as the region’s new Tech Hub.
Highly anticipated and finally here is the first international conference for the Arab internet industry: IBAG, International Business Alliance Group, presents ArabNet 2010: Trends and Opportunities in Arab Web Business. The conference will be held in Beirut on March 25-26, 2010 with the support of Endeavor Jordan, the Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship, the Syrian Young Entrepreneurs Association and YallaStartup!.
Few days ago I shared on this blog a story that happened between Aramex CEO (Fadi Ghandour) and one of my twitter friends while he was following up with her on Twitter about an issue that she was facing with Aramex. That was a good example of how Twitter became a new platform for customer service by getting in touch with the higher management of the corporates.
Are you on Twitter? Are you aware that Aramex as a corporate has its own presence there with, at least, the two accounts I’m following (@Aramex & @ShopnShip)? But what you might not know is that Aramex Founder & CEO, Fadi Ghandour (@fadig), is taking care of his customers on Twitter and following up with them on their issues.
My MacBook Pro charger stopped working suddenly 2 days ago, definitely I wouldn’t stay without a charger at all as I do my work on my Mac! I called a friend of mine who used to work at iSystem and asked him if they can fix the charger and how much does it cost to get a new one.