Pearl Initiative, a leading independent private sector-led, not-for-profit organisation working across the Gulf Region to influence and improve corporate accountability and transparency, has partnered with Binaa Wa Amal, a division of Construc
UAE is set to host the sixth edition of the Green Economy Annual Conference under the title ‘National Roundtable of Financing and Investing in Green Economy Projects’ on May 25 in Dubai.
It is being organised by the Mi
Saudi Arabia’s agriculture industry is set to benefit from hybridising diesel generators with solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, according to a roundtable in Riyadh recently.
The ‘Sustainable Agriculture: A Solar Solutio
The Arabian Travel Market (ATM) has shortlisted three nations nominated for its annual New Frontiers Awards, which will be revealed at a special roundtable session on May 7.
The shortlisted destinations include
Women in the workplace, particularly in the banking sector, continue to be dismally represented, especially in more senior roles, said a top official.
Al Salam Bank chairwoman and inJAz Bahrain executive director Shaikha Hessa bin
Comguard, a Dubai-based leading distributor for IT security products and part of the Spectrum group, will hold a series of roundtables that will focus on network monitoring and analysis trends.
The first set of roundtables in asso
Business leaders from across Bahrain will converge this week to attend a networking roundtable to discuss the good practices and initiatives taken to fight corruption and bribery.
More than 40 delegates from leading businesses and law firm
There is too much talk and not enough action being taken to see women promoted to senior positions in the UAE and GCC, according to a 'Women in Finance GCC' roundtable held in Dubai.
HRinspireME and Insight Discovery hosted the eve
Stakeholders from across the region shared best practices on promoting girls' education and ensuring it becomes a priority for key regional donors and aid agencies, at a Dubai Cares roundtable which concluded today.
The event titled ‘
A fresh wave of infrastructure spending has cemented the GCC’s position as one of the most exciting markets for gobal construction giants, with Saudi offering most opportunities, said experts while speaking at a roundtable in Dubai.