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Unicorn Simulations in Jordan - a huge success!

Updated: Oct 20, 2021

This week our Unicorn Simulations colleague Amel Dardour ran a highly successful workshop using the Morotania simulation at the Jordan Insurance Federation (JIF)! The event was held over two days with delegates from different companies across the Middle East invited to take part in the event, which consisted of a series of seminars alongside the popular strategic insurance simulation.

During the workshop Amel covered a range of topics with the delegates from varying backgrounds within finance and insurance. These included insurance market analysis and strategy development, as well as examining key factors of strategy formulation, financial implications, strategic thinking and planning. Around these sessions the delegates were split into teams for the Morotania simulation.

One delegate said of the experience, "the course was very interesting, and the tutor was very extensive in her knowledge. [She shared] a lot of her experience in planning and strategic thinking in both insurance and business", while another commented that the workshop was "conducted in an excellent manner in all aspects: approach, content, explanation and team work". The feedback from all of the delegates followed this theme, highlighting Amel's enthusiasm and professionalism, as well as appreciation of her extensive experience in insurance and instruction.

The JIF also praised the quality of the workshop and the simulation, and awarded Amel an appreciation certificate signed by their chairman. Amel is pictured receiving the award below.

Overall this event was a roaring success for our Middle East manager, and we look forward to announcing more dates across the region in the coming months. The next course will be held in the United Arab Emirates with the Emirates Insurance Association (EIA) at the end of December (final date tbc). For more information, contact Unicorn Simulations at

To see the Jordan Daily News article on this event, click here.

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