Endeavor Global wraps up its 86th International Selection Panel (ISP) in Cairo with the selection of 15 new high-impact entrepreneurs representing 12 companies from 9 countries around the world, including Jordan’s Jobedu CEO and Co-founder, Tamer Al Masri.
Jobedu is a MENA based pop-culture youth lifestyle brand specializing in designing, merchandising and retailing creative based intellectual properties. It works with both independent creatives in the regional as well as global entertainment companies like Disney, Warner Bros, Universal Studios, and Viacom to produce a wide variety of periodic collections.
Commenting on his selection into the global network, Tamer said “Becoming an Endeavor Entrepreneur is a major milestone for every serious founder. To become an Endeavor Entrepreneur means you have been vetted by the best of the best both locally and internationally on every aspect of your business. Endeavor’s stamp of approval is the ISO standard for the founder, business, and the team. I look forward to working on Jobedu’s Endeavor-charged growth moving forward.”
Endeavor Jordan’s Managing Director, Reem Goussous added “We are excited to support Tamer, who has proven to be an inspirational role model and pioneer for entrepreneurs in the creative community. With franchises in Palestine, Iraq, and most recently in Kuwait, Tamer is dedicated to creating an ecosystem of cutting-edge Arab creativity and putting Jordan on the international merchandizing map.”
The ISP is the final phase of a multi-step rigorous selection process, where candidates pitch their companies to top international business leaders and investors from the Endeavor network, making those obtaining a unanimous vote officially Endeavor Entrepreneurs. With this selection, Endeavor now supports 1840 entrepreneurs, representing 1153 companies from 34 growth markets around the world. Once selected into the network, entrepreneurs gain access to a wide array of services that will enable them to scale their businesses, and multiply their impact.