Dubai officially reopened its doors to international tourists from July 7, even as the local economy has gradually returned to some level of normalcy. Covid-19 preventative measures remain, but the move will hopefully bolster the entire tourism ecosystem and aid its economic recovery. Have hospitality and leisure businesses in Dubai started to feel the impact?
Are mergers the way ahead for the GCC’s airline industry post pandemic?
Along with the Hope Probe, the UAE’s space ambitions and its endeavours towards a knowledge-based economy have also taken flight
Despite the Covid-19 crisis, here’s why this is a good time to start a business in the UAE, opines Mana Al Suwaidi, executive chairman, Startegi Advisors
Leaders have the responsibility of ensuring that employees are able to smoothly transition back to offices
As organisations across the private and public spectrum in the GCC march ahead with digital and technology-centric transformations, we highlight the regional game-changers and stalwarts that are leading the charge
Technologies such as AI are shifting the way the world works, with the Middle East region striving to be at the forefront of this new era. As public and private sector organisations embark on digital transformation strategies, we highlight the regional executives leading this technological revolution
With regional businesses now allowed to return back to offices, how are they handling the transition?
Disrupting, enabling, reinventing the system – whatever you want to call it, a shift in the status quo is alive and well in the UAE
The energy sector continues to be the biggest pillar powering the growth of GCC economies. But as it reels with the impact of the historic oil price drop and the Covid-19 pandemic, is the outlook for the future brighter?
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to wreck economies across the world, how are the main pillars supporting the GCC’s economy holding up?
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced organisations to rethink their digital and business strategies and re-invent the way they operate
Brands that traditionally see increased business during Ramadan should maintain increased communication with their consumers during the current crisis
The impact of Covid-19 on the influencer industry has been significant. Yet, some are adapting to the crisis to capitalise on a vast new captive audience
While many regional companies are championing the cause, more needs to be done
From offering entrepreneur licences in “hours” to hosting pop concerts, Saudi Arabia is going all out to attract foreign direct investment. Is it succeeding so far?
Danube Group is focusing on growing its existing businesses, says managing director Anis Sajan
With Malaysia’s biggest bank opening its first overseas branch in Dubai, will the industry benefit from greater collaboration
Technological advancements have disrupted the wealth management industry while global uncertainties continue to unsettle the fortunes of many of the world’s richest. But Swiss private bank Julius Baer’s head of Middle East and Africa Régis Burger is confident that people will remain at the heart of the business. Here’s why
With food security high on the UAE’s agenda, local F&B operators are investing heavily in innovation and new technologies, as was evident at the annual Gulfood exhibition in Dubai. What comes next?
The list features prominent Arab business veterans and personalities from across industries who are making an impact
Due to convenience, online food ordering and delivery comes as a natural, organic step to retail e-commerce
“The kingdom’s tourism strategy is backed by astonishing infrastructure investments to the tune of $1.1trillion over the next 20 years”
“AI and data analytics are creating new levels of personalisation in media”
As Dubai opens its door to 25 million visitors taking part in Expo 2020, Dubai Chamber, the official business integration partner, will play a pivotal role in connecting UAE businesses with their global counterparts during the mega event
From ‘superphones’ to self-driving cars, most forecasts are yet to see light
The regional meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions industry is booming
A private jet emits as much as 20 times more carbon dioxide per passenger mile than a commercial airliner
“Slow travel,” which lets you get under the skin of a place by simply staying put there for a little longer, is gaining traction
Krishan Kumar Chutani, CEO of Dabur International, says that despite growing competition and changing consumer tastes, the regional market offers strong potential for growth
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