The real Arab Spring is about women and economic development, writes the founder and president of Nasser Saidi & Associates.
Four of the six Gulf states are believed to back a closer economic, monetary and political union, writes political analyst Johann Weick.
Money must never compromise editorial freedom, writes Iain Akerman, editor of Campaign.
Wealth, among other things, buys the ability to innovate without constraints or boundaries, writes Mykolas D. Rambus, CEO of Wealth X.
UAE-India is a critical node in the overall GCC-India economic partnership, writes economics researcher Samir Pradhan.
The issue is receiving greater focus following Dubai’s successful Expo 2020 bid, writes Bruce Dauphin, English Language and Communication trainer at International House Dubai.
A leader’s legacy should be what he leaves and not what he takes, writes leadership experts Debbie Nicol.
The growth in smartphone usage across the region is phenomenal, writes Ivan Jakovljevic, head of Travel MENA, at Google.
Journalists are a shrewd bunch and it’s best to be prepared, says Jonty Summers, general manager of Bladonmore Middle East.
Mounir Kuzbari, EVP and board member, Novus Aviation Capital, explains how the GCC financial sector can better support the capital expenditure obligations of the region’s airlines.
Make sure you thoroughly examine your digital agency’s credentials, writes Vishal Alimchandani, founder of Almond Digital.
Air Arabia is uniquely positioned to capitalise on the many exciting opportunities that the regional aviation sector offers.
Damas’ focus for 2014 is to become a famous international jewellery brand.
Africa and the Islamic economy were the two major themes for Dubai Chamber in 2013.
Aramex believe it is Africa’s growing trade corridors with the Middle East that could prove most influential for the logistics industry this year.
Etihad is fueling growth through a mix of organic expansion, codeshare partnerships and minority equity investments, says Hogan.
Zain will move into adjacent businesses, either through partnerships or acquisitions, writes Gegenheimer.
Heavy government spending and increasingly energetic private sectors will keep economic growth robust in the GCC, writes Wakita.
Fatima el Malki, social media manager at Active PR, explains why it is critical for SMEs to be on social media.
Emerging markets continue to be the engine of global growth, writes Shankar.
The Dubai-based luxury hotel chain plans to announce many new management contracts in 2014, says Lawless.
Roger Delves, director of Masters in Management at Ashridge Business School, shares his advice for managers who face having their authority challenged.
2014 will see the launch of more new routes and further aircraft delivery for Dubai airline Emirates, writes Tim Clark.
A rising GDP, growing digital usage and sports fever will drive the region’s advertising market in 2014.
The island is widening its relationship with the UAE to grow beyond finance, writes Senator Ian Gorst, chief minister of Jersey.
Gulf bank shares face myriad macro risks in 2014, says Matein Khalid, a global equities investor and advisor to regional family offices.
Peter Hartmann, Jabra’s director of Product Management, examines why demand for wireless audio accessories is growing.
The founder and president of Nasser Saidi & Associates explains why détente with Iran is a game changer.
Increased liquidity is a requirement for competing in a global arena and meeting Basel III regulations.
Dubai Mercantile Exchange CEO, Christopher Fix, is looking to establish DME Oman as the price benchmark for Middle East crude heading East
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