The Digital Cooperation Organization launches the first episode of The DCO Space virtual series

The Digital Cooperation Organization launches the first episode of The DCO Space virtual series

October 3, 2022 – The Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO) launches the first episode of their curated virtual series, The DCO Space, to bring together government officials, non-government organizations, and international experts in the digital economy to promote collaboration to address current digital challenges.

The DCO Space series aims to become an innovative platform for digital experts by providing opportunities for stakeholders and participants to discuss the challenges and obstacles in the digital economy, with a particular focus on the DCO member states.

The first episode of The DCO Space, titled Digital Innovation for Entrepreneurs, airing on October 5th, will discuss the challenges that entrepreneurs face in terms of financing and government support, the policies that need to be adopted or changed in the DCO member states, and case study evaluations of successful ecosystems for digital entrepreneurs to flourish.  

The Digital Innovation for Entrepreneurs episode will be hosted by Tetiana Anderson, who will interview the former Jordanian Minister of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship, H.E. Mothanna Gharainbeh.

Alaa Eid Abdulaal, Vice President of Strategy & Governance at the DCO, said,  “The DCO Space virtual series is an important part of DCO’s knowledge-sharing commitment, which tackles challenges, policies, and opportunities within the digital economy. We are delighted to launch the first episode of the DCO Space series and are looking forward to exploring the world of digital innovations for entrepreneurs within DCO’s member states”

The DCO Space series will be releasing quarterly episodes covering a range of topics within the digital economy with renowned speakers and experts from different parts of the world.

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About DCO

The DCO is a global multilateral organization founded in November 2020 that aims to enable digital prosperity for all by accelerating the inclusive growth of the digital economy. The DCO brings together the Ministries of Communications and IT of 11 nations – Bahrain, Cyprus, Djibouti, Kuwait, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Jordan, Rwanda, and Saudi Arabia – that collectively represent nearly $2 trillion in GDP and a market of nearly 600 million people, more than 70% of whom are under the age of 35.

The DCO is focused on empowering youth, women, and entrepreneurs, leveraging the accelerative power of the digital economy and leapfrogging with innovation to drive economic growth and increase social prosperity. Through cooperation, dialogue, and the creation of mutually advantageous cross-border legislation, we seek to establish within our member nations the optimal infrastructure and policies for the rapid creation of inclusive and equitable digital economies within which all people, businesses, and societies can innovate and thrive.

In pursuit of our members’ common interests – for example, in the areas of digital skills training, data protection, intellectual copyright, regulation, taxation and entrepreneurship – DCO works collaboratively with governments, the private sector, international organizations, NGOs and civil society to enable more inclusive digital transformation and the growth of digital industries.

The DCO’s key initiatives include programs to enhance cross-border data flows, promote market expansion for SMEs, empower digital entrepreneurs and advance digital inclusion among women and youth and other underrepresented populations.

More information about DCO can be found at, and

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