Are you interested in improving the current state of innovation and entrepreneurship in the Arab world?

If so, then you are in the right place!

Welcome to the Arab Innovation Network!

The Arab Innovation Network (AIN) is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to create an impact in the Arab world through empowering youth. AIN strives to: bridge the gap between academic, governmental, and private organisations; create a network of like-minded innovative Arabs; and direct research and development towards high priority issues.

So prepare yourself to join us on our voyage through the Arab world, and help us reshape innovation in the region today!

Highlights

Image Cambridge-TABADOL initiative: 2014 TABADOL week application is open!
Applications for the 2014 Tabadol Week are now open! We are looking for enthusiastic university students that are members of a AIN society in Jordan, Palestine or Lebanon to join the Tabadol Initiative. Read more
Aramex logo Aramex has pledged to fully sponsor 30 students to AINAC 2014

Committed to empowering young talented students to become future innovators and entrepreneurs, Aramex has pledged to fully sponsor 30 students from Jordan, Palestinian and Lebanon to attend the AINAC 2014. Read more

 

Al Rae AIN receives an award from the Jordanian embassy in London

HE Mr Mazen Homoud, the Jordanian Ambassador in the UK awarded 3 Jordanian AIN members for their efforts in supporting the innovation in the Arab world. Read more

sami_1230 Meet Dr. Sami Mahroum in AINAC 2014

Dr. Sami Mahroum is the Founding Director of INSEAD’s Innovation &Policy Initiative, a post he has held since March 2010. Prior to that, DrMahroum was a Senior Analyst with the OECD in Paris and a Visiting Reader atBirkbeck College, University of London. He was also Research Director at the UK leading innovation oriented agency- NESTA. Read more

 

24eca90 Meet Mr. Marwan Chaar in AINAC 2014

Marwan is an entrepreneur with a focus on the energy industry. He is currently Senior Manager of Business Development at GlassPoint Solar. Previously, he worked in Oil & Gas at Crescent Petroleum; electricity trading at DC Energy; CSP at Ausra (now Areva Solar). Read more