15th edition of Superbrands UAE to feature local home-grown brands
- Dubai Police, DEWA, DED, DUCAB, EGA, and DAC won the first places.
- Sixty-five entities participated in categories of Kaizen, Innovation, Lean Six Sigma, Best Practice Management, and
In line with the quality world day celebrations, DQG’s Continual Improvement Subgroup, organized the 10th Global Continual Improvement & Innovation Symposium & Competition 2018 (GCIIS), were inaugurated by Hassan Omar, the Board Member of Dubai Quality Group, where industry experts provided insight into Innovation and Quality. It’s a platform to enhance and facilitate sharing, recognizing and learning from best practices and actual case studies in innovation and continual improvement from various sectors.
Dubai, 11th December 2018 – Bennu started painting professionally from 2015 and since has developed an extensive body of artworks. The paintings are a combination of Oils & Acrylics on canvas and the colors offer a backdrop to the stories that are told in bold strokes and vibrant hues. The one constant in Bennu’s paintings is the lightness in their compositions, always exuberating the positive energy in which they were created.
The Ballet Centre Dubai Students will perform in the world-class production of “The Nutcracker” on 14th of December at the Raj Mahal Theatre
Sign and Graphic Imaging (SGI) Dubai 2019 trade show will be held from January 13th to 15th 2019. The show currently in its 22nd consecutive year and it will be held in Dubai World Trade Centre at the halls 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. The year will certainly begin on a positive note for African printing and signage industry.
By Gautam Kumar, Co-Founder & COO, FarEye
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Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second most populous city of the United Arab Emirates and also capital of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, the largest of the UAE’s seven emirates. The city of Abu Dhabi has an estimated population of about 1.8 million. It is 183th out of 439 most costliest cities of the world. So it seems that living cost in Abu Dhabi is quite much. We are discussing the costs of living in Abu Dhabi in our article.
Technology just might be the next biggest thing for UAE. UAE’s Authorities have been keeping an eye for potential new technologies. Technology is already changing and in most cases improving every aspect of life in UAE. His Excellency Omar Bin Sultan Al Olama, the UAE’s Minister of State for AI, has high hopes for a data-driven UAE and said, “Data is the new oil.” Dubai, the largest city of UAE, aims to be the smartest and happiest city by 2020. Technology is being used to upgrade the whole country’s infrastructure and bettering the lives of many.
Strong performance, clear vision and a sharp go-to-market strategy underpin VC’s choice to fund Facilio
Dubai, the city of luxury and oil. This is the common impression that comes in peoples mind when they hear the name Dubai. But Dubai is not only limited to these two terms. There are many fascinating facts about this country in the United Arab Emirates. For example, this emirate is said to be completely tax-free. Or is it? To answer this question, yes it is indeed a tax-free country to some extent. To analyze this idea of free tax we have to consider some parameters like people already living there or people looking to move to Dubai, different types of taxes etc. The citizens and different workers working here are considered tax-free with epic tax advantages, but there can be various situations where you have to pay taxes.
The United Arab Emirates (the UAE) are unmistakably attempting to transform into a leading technological hub. The UAE has recently declared its national innovation and development system that has been contrasted with a Fourth Industrial Revolution, as detailed by the World Economic Forum.
The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation is organizing It’s fifth annual Knowledge Summit, on December 5-6, 2018 Bearing the theme “Youth and the Future of the Knowledge Economy”
For right around a hundred years, two estimations have been utilized to get a sense of how well a country is doing. One is GDP or gross domestic product. The gross domestic product (GDP) measures of national income and output for a given country’s economy. The other is its unemployment rate. In any case, with regards to making sense of how well a nation is serving its residents, they may not, in fact, be that helpful at all.