The 2012 Global Thinkers Forum took place in Amman under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan. GTF is a non-profit initiative and a platform aiming to create dialogue and bring current and future leaders together to discuss present-day issues through a global perspective.
Taking Think Media Labs expertise in the industry, this year we were invited as a Strategic Partner and to deliver a workshop on Arab Womenâ€™s Voice via Social Media.
The speakers list included: Safwan Masri, VP Global Centres at Columbia University, Saad Mouasher, Deputy CEO Jordan Ahli Bank, Usama Fayyad, Executive Chairman Oasis500, Chris Cramer, Editor at Large Reuters, Dr Odeh R. Al-Jayyousi, VPÂ Science and Research at the Royal Scientific Society, and other global leaders, professionals, journalists, researchers, etcâ€¦
Ayman Itani, Think Media Labs CEO, revealed in his presentation the Top Most Active Arab Women on Twitter out of the Top 100 Powerful Women List published by Arabian Business.
He discussed that women are good in Social Media because they can express themselves better than men and that they are even better bosses.
Later on, Itani shed the light on Pinterest which is the third most visited Social Network after Facebook and Twitter.
â€” GlobalThinkersForum (@GlobalThinkersF) October 9, 2012
It was our pleasure to have been a part in a such a successful and valuable event.
As Think Media Labs always do, we have done anÂ analysisÂ of the the online discussion the Global Thinkers Forum 2012:
Think Media Labs will always be your reference to the latest in Social Media trends in Lebanon and the Middle East.
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