KUWAIT: Kuwaiti youth have several projects in fields that include commerce, services, technology, tourism and the food industry. In each project, entrepreneurs try to prove their creativity in various fields through overcoming many obstacles and challenges with great confidence, ultimately achieving success. Many of those ideas started with a group of positive friends who strive for achievement, such as those behind the Jumla Club; a unique project
in Kuwait and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states. This project, which was executed by Yousif Al-Marzouq, Dr Mohammed Ghloum and Dr Abdul Aziz Ghloum, provides an e-platform serving restaurants, cafes and hotels in Kuwait with supplies, food services, as well as their packaging and canning needs. Speaking about the project, Marzouq and Ghloum expressed their happiness about launching it at Horeca Kuwait 2018 one day before the exhibition’s inauguration, saying that this helped them receive early requests from hotels, restaurants and cafe owners. They added that they started working on the project in May 2017, adding that their project currently includes 21 suppliers and over 10,000 products. “The Jumla Club is an e-platform for all food stuff and supply companies,” they underlined, noting that registration in the club is free. Marzouq and Ghloum added that members can browse online through their website for various products easily and save much time and effort. They also noted that the idea came in order to them to meet market needs for materials as they themselves were restaurant owners.