Retail & Services
October 4, 2011
Kenexa, a global provider of business solutions for human resources, today unveiled the HR GlobBlog.
The eighth edition of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) has received more than 1,760 film entries from 106 nations for its 2011 edition.
October 3, 2011
Miss Blumarine’s Fall/Winter 2011/2012 collection now available at Majestic Kids Boutique in Dubai Mall.
BurJuman’s Safe and Sound Campaign announced its key partners for the 15th edition of the annual campaign, due to be launched in October to commemorate International Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
LIALI Jewellery announces the opening of its first jewellery boutique in Al Wahda Mall in Abu Dhabi, one of the most visible landmarks of the capital city.
CND Shellac introduces a collection of six new shades to keep your nails raving for more.
'One stop shop’ facilities management contracts are the future for the FM industry in the Middle East.
The ‘Pink Book Sale’ returns to BurJuman on 7th October from 11am to 6pm, as the BurJuman Safe and Sound Campaign commemorates Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
In support of breast cancer awareness month this October, Abu Dhabi Golf Club is hosting Pink Lady Golf Day to raise funds for the Cancer Research UK charity.
The Higher Organizing Committee of the Emirates International Date Palm Festival announced that the programs for the six-day family-centric festival had been significantly expanded.
LeasePlan Emirates, a vehicle leasing and fleet management specialist based in Abu Dhabi, has announced the appointment of Mr. Ajay Narain as General Manager of the company.
Alexandria City Centre announced the bright young winners of the Techno Innovation Competition – or TechnoKids, at a ceremony recently hosted at the mall.
Middle East banks could achieve big hikes in revenue growth and cross-selling through improved CRM channels, according to The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Ajman City Centre announced the 2nd Quarter winner of its Retailer Rewards Program – an incentive program that rewards retailers for excellent year-on-year sales growth each quarter.
Many patients in the UAE often assume that because there is no requirement for direct physician supervision for over-the-counter medication (OTC), the medication is safe.