The UAE society has been known for its genuine tradition in terms of tolerance, peace, cultural pluralism, openness, and coexistence. Kasia Gajewska, one of the many expats in the UAE, has flourished her career working in the country.
Collaboration between British government and Emirate of Sharjah held under the patronage of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammad Al Qasimi
The United Arab Emirates is home to more than 200 nationalities living and working harmoniously.
Association affirms the commitment to developing a generation of Emirati experts in intellectual property rights
The region will see the launch of new, futuristic technologies & solutions at the Future Cities Show, held in April 2018, that will change the way we live and work in the urban environment
UAE Ideas winners: Dubai Health Authority, Dubai Economy, General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs – Dubai, Federal Customs Authority, Roads and Transport Authority, Emirates Transport, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, Dubai Municipality, Dubai Customs
Live quality quizzes & competitions under the categories of Kaizen, Innovation, Lean Six Sigma, Best Practice Management and the newly added Happiness category.
The second edition of the Future Cities Show is set to take place from the 9th to the 11th of April 2018 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The show will highlight the latest and the most innovative technologies, which are set to change the Future
Working closely with the oil and gas industry, Borouge has focussed strongly on innovation when it comes to plastics solutions. Innovation is an integral part of its business and Dr. Thorsten Loehl, Vice President Innovation, at Borouge will be speaking at this year’s Abu Dhabi International Downstream Summit about how Borouge, using this business model, delivers new solutions to meet the evolving market demands.
Uncertainty persists as to when precisely Value Added Tax (VAT) will be introduced in the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), and the process surrounding a roll-out. However, given the fiscal pressures in the region, the introduction of taxation seems inevitable and could cause short-term cash-flow issues for insurers.