International Data Corporation (IDC) has opened its dedicated new office in Cairo's Smart Village.
The global technology research and consulting services firm said a number of analysts and consultants are a
Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the global travel and tourism industry, has appointed Nita Nagi as its regional manager for East Africa.
Bahrain Islamic Bank (BisB) has joined the Pearl Initiative, a leading Gulf business-led organisation promoting a corporate culture of accountability and transparency as a key driver of competitiveness across the region.
Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider, has signed a new partnership agreement with TechAccess, a leading regional value-added IT distributor headquartered in Dubai, UAE.
TechAccess (TA) is a well-know
SMS Group, part of German SMS Holding, has announced its decision to increase its presence in Bahrain. The company is upgrading its office formerly known as SMS Meer to SMS Technical Service Gulf SPC office to cover technical service support f
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts in Jordan has appointed Michael Nugent as its new regional director.
Formerly the general manager of Mövenpick Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel Dubai, Nugent is now set to attract new markets for the
Well Flow International, an independent wellbore cleanup solutions provider, has announced the opening of its new regional headquarters at Fakhro Towers in Sanabis, Bahrain. Energy Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza inaugurated the company’s
Connections, a division of London-headquartered Travel Weekly Group, has appointed Gamal Sadek as the new regional director to develop its presence in the Middle East.
Sadek, who is also the general manager of Dubai-based Al Ketbi Consu
Gulf States should combat this period of extreme volatility in the oil and gas markets by accelerating the integration of their regional energy infrastructure and extend the network’s connectivity to include regional neighbours in South
Iran should use a nuclear deal agreed this week with six world powers to improve its economy, and not to pursue ‘adventures’ in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said on Thursday.
"We hope that