Retail & Services
December 9, 2013
Two in three of the UAE’s working population feel motivated at work, according to the recent Bayt.com Career Aspirations in the Middle East and North Africa survey, conducted by Bayt.com YouGov.
The region’s leading e-commerce portal and online megastore Souq.com recently won the ‘Digital Business of the Year’ category at the first ever Arabian Business StartUp Awards.
Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, Chairman of the Al Habtoor Group welcomed a delegation from First Gulf Bank, including the CEO André Al Sayegh, at his office.
December 8, 2013
The Dubai Judicial Institute (DJI) launched the International Forum for Family and Juvenile Prosecution 2013 today (Sunday, December 8, 2013) at the Jumeirah Creek Hotel.
Damas, the Middle East’s foremost jewellery and watch retailer, celebrated the refurbishment of its Dubai Mall flagship boutique with a ribbon cutting.
Today, in a further step towards fostering innovation and setting a distinctive milestone in the region, PwC announces the launch its Arabic Centre of Excellence in Jordan.
December 5, 2013
SEHA’s Emiratization success marked yet another milestone in line with UAE National Day celebrations by achieving a Guinness World Record with the longest awareness ribbon chain.
Dubai World Central (DWC) announced that DB Schenker has commenced construction work on its upcoming facility in DWC’s Logistics District
Drake & Scull Engineering Oman has announced its expansion plans in the country’s aviation industry as they bid for several key projects within the sector.
Imdaad has launched “Isnaad”, a specialized company which will complete Imdaad’s domain expertise and broaden its portfolio of integrated offerings.
Tamkeen is currently taking part in the 12th Arab Thought Foundation Conference (Fikr 12), a leading thought leadership event.
December 4, 2013
Akhtaboot - the career network, is proud to announce the launch of Amman Academy School’s Career Connect solution, “Powered by Akhtaboot”.
December 3, 2013
MENA shoppers spent $9 billion online in 2012, and that number is projected to reach $15 billion by 2015 as the region increasingly moves towards the title of the world's top eCommerce hot spot.
In order to survive, the province needs at least 7,000 Saudi workers for the region's 4,000 salons and beauty shops, she said.
The Bayt.com ‘Distractions at Work in the MENA’ poll, recently conducted by Bayt.com has revealed that more than half of respondents in the Middle East and North Africa region find distraction at work to be a big problem.