The companies had the opportunity to meet with 80 participants representing 50 investment funds, including 13 Saudi investment funds, eight from the Emirates, three from Kuwait, three from Egypt, and two from Iraq. In contrast, two investment funds are based in the United States, one in Palestine, another from Lebanon, and one from Bahrain, one from Turkey, and one from Amman.
Intaj stated in a press release:
Various start-up businesses are being considered for investment by investment funds, some of which also consider investing in the project's concept or prototype.
According to Intaj, startups used the B2Match platform to set up face-to-face meetings with investors to discuss their concepts and business objectives.
Intaj thanked the Ministry of Digital Economy and Umniah and Orange Jordan for their support in setting up pavilions within the Startup Village.
The Startup Village's objective, according to Intaj, is to support this category of companies and enable them to find new markets for their products.
Intaj conducted a competition between 30 companies at the conclusion of the first day of the forum.