Tuesday 24, May 2016    |   Empowering the GCC business vision

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  • 16    VAT in the GCC

    Michael Armstrong, ICAEW Regional Director for the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA), looks at what implementing value added tax (VAT) in…

  • 28    To rent or buy?

    Mahmoud Shehada, CEO, Allegoria Capital, Pawan Dhawan, Head of Home Finance, Noor Bank, and Shoaib Al Rahimi, VP of Dubai South’s Business Park,…

  • 44    Meal in a jar

    Danielle Sallam, Founder, The Salad Jar, talks about the challenges of setting up her business.

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  • Oreo you ready?

    Mohamed Shalaby discusses how the right public-private partnerships have allowed Mondalēz to expand its presence in the country and meet the growing market demand in the GCC.

    US-based confectionary…

  • FXTM: What to watch for

     

    Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at FXTM Key discusses the key events to watch in the week ahead.

    The US dollar and stocks made a fantastic run towards the end of last week…

  • Pitch perfect

     

    Two SME owners share what entrepreneurs need to know when going before investors, having successfully raised funds themselves.

    The first six months of 2017 saw 88 closed deals…

  • Risk Management

     

    Business risks exist everywhere but early implementation of a proper management system can mitigate them once they occur, or even catch them early.

    SMEs are becoming increasingly…

  • Sandbox clever

    The Bahraini Government has taken a number of steps to develop different areas of the SME sector to make the Kingdom more competitive in the GCC region and internationally.

    Bahrain is on track…

  • Mind the (gender) gap

     

    The gender gap in the workplace must be addressed by women driving the change they want to see.

    GCC women run SMEs worth AED 1.4 trillion, driving…

  • Stocks recover as geopolitical tensions ease; safe havens plunging

     

    After suffering the steepest weekly declines since March, S&P 500 futures are indicating a positive opening for US stocks, according to Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist…

  • Dig deeper

     

    With discrepancies becoming more prevalent in employment applications, recruiters need to start running more stringent background checks.

    HireRight, a…

  • Flight to safety subsides; attention shifts to data

     

    The war of words between Trump and North Korea, has largely dictated the direction of the market for the past 24 hours, according to Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at FXTM. 

  • Optimism that the rand could strengthen quickly fades

     

    Any optimism that the South African rand (ZAR) would continue its attempt to strengthen against the USD, appears to have gone out the window following the news that Jacob Zuma survived…

  • The evolution of social infrastructure in the Middle East

     

    Steven Velegrinis, Director of Cities and Sites at global architecture firm, Perkins+Will, talks about the changing face of social infrastructure across…

  • The inside job

     

    Sergey Ozhegov of SearchInform discusses how employees of any size business may cause more damage than hackers.

    For some workers, an employer's business can…

  • Avoid pitfalls when renewing UAE health insurance

     

    Most people tend to recommit to their old insurer without considering their needs, how their current plan has benefited them, and whether it’s sensible to check if the grass…

  • Engaging employees

     

    Education in the workplace can boost employee engagement and business results, according to Hanny Alshazly, Regional Director, MEA, D2L.

    The quest for…

  • France 'En Marche' but will the markets?

     

    More disruptive characters take to the political stage, according to Gary Dugan, CIO, Emirates NBD.

    Emmanuel Macron’s…

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