Steve Blyth, founder and CEO, Engage Works, explains why an established process of thinking is more important than cutting edge technology for your brand to create game-changing experiences.
Mona Tavassoli, CEO and Founder at Mompreneurs Middle East, shares tips for Mompreneurs who are looking to achieve balance in their lives.
Transforming the economy is an enormously ambitious undertaking fraught with considerable risks, says Reuters analyst John Kemp
A strong set of results posted today shows that the Abu Dhabi airline’s much-discussed strategy is starting to bear fruit
Ismat “Izzy” Abidi, founder and creative director at Freshly Ground Sounds, shares the inspirational story of how her love for music led to setting up Freshly Ground Sounds and consequently helping build a recognised independent live music scene in Dubai.
With Dubai’s hotel market reaching maturity, the question of standards has moved to the forefront, says Courtney Trenwith
Time to refocus on renewable energy investments
The connection between business and the arts has lasted since the 15th century, but there's only one way a brand can pull it off properly, says Peter B Carzasty, speaking to The Luxury Marketing Council. By being authentic.
Wael Al Sayegh, an Emirati martial artist who set up the UAE's first Family Martial Arts Leadership Academy (FMA) franchise unit, looks back at his four-year-long entrepreneurial journey to reveal what has made him stick to his vision.
Abu Dhabi-based writer Sara Al Hemeiri shares the lessons she has learnt after suffering a number of setbacks and assures entrepreneurs that failure is not fatal.