Rami Alkarmi connects Entrepreneurship Ecosystems

Entrepreneur. Investor. Business Model Strategist.

I am what some call a serial entrepreneur , as i founded my 1st startup at the age of 19. and was one of the 13 Jordanians who attended the Presidential summit on Entrepreneurship in Washington DC 2010.

Deeply rooted in the arabic geeks, and startups community where I am usually referred to as (Pirate of Digital Arabia) with reference to my special passion towards the Lean Startup , AARRR and Customer Development Models.

A mentor , trouble maker :) panelist and speaker during forums and events likes GEW & Startup weekend , Advisor/Mentor to at least 30+ ventures, and am also famous for holding Hackathons.

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Last week, about 200 people gathered in Eastport, Maine to dedicate the first tidal-power project in the country that will deliver electricity to the power grid. The Cobscook Bay Tidal Energy Project will deliver to Maine both clean energy and jobs, though perhaps not enough jobs to save Eastport. That’s because Eastport, a historic fishing town the extreme northeast corner of the U.S., is dying a little more each year as its residents get older and young people flee to find work. According to the latest U.S. census, the city lost almost 19 percent of its population in the first decade of this century, and two-thirds of the population is 40 or older.