Amwaj Rotana, located along Jumeirah Beach Residence in new Dubai, has enrolled 27 members of its team in a new programme to equip them with skills on how to better cater to the needs of guests with special needs.
Hospitality brands that learn to read and react to an individual’s tastes and preferences and are able to quickly identify what travellers will want tomorrow are bound to win future customers, a new study has revealed.
A television show dedicated to people with special needs is Bahrain’s entry in this year’s Emirates Award for the Arabian Gulf Youth. The project, called Ruwad (pioneers), is one of 14 finalists in the social entrepreneurship conte
Having rushed to war in Yemen just as oil prices sank, Gulf Arab militaries are in a thrifty mood. They are focusing on immediate wartime needs like ammunition supplies.
Such caution does not mean the rich dyna
Retailers with international ambitions must adapt to local market needs if they reap the rewards across global cities, according to a report.
The Knight Franck Global Cities: The 2016 Report examined the future
UAE-based Al Noor Training Centre has launched the Child Sponsorship Programme, which will contribute towards making of a life of a special needs child.
A special needs child is any child who might need some extra assistance emoti
A five-point policy plan to address the immediate needs of the energy impoverished and longer term energy needs from global growth, citing valuable lessons learned from three major Asia-Pacfic Economic Coopeartion (Apec) nations was highlighted
The Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs has deployed a new campus-wide wifi network aimed at connecting teachers and students with the centre’s digital learning platforms.
Rolled out b
Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs has raised Dh630,000 ($171,517) at the 2014 edition of Al Noor-Samsung Hope for Children Family Fun Fair.
The event, which was held recently at the Al Noo