… scientific research methodology may well provide viable alternatives to current widely held practices and beliefs.
This study will delve into the specific revenue producing areas of developing conferences in Jordan, how to conduct them, facility use and maximization, and the issues that surround successful delivery of this medium. This thesis will also provide data on the means of offering the world a safe, beautiful, and accommodating place to hold symposiums, summits, conferences, workshops, and conventions for business, economic, governmental, and even private use.
Challenges – The Core Issues
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