Diners are opting for home delivery services and are increasingly using coupons and promotions, according to a new global survey of over 4,600 consumers conducted by AlixPartners.
Online ordering is regarded as the most important
Dubai has retained its position as the fourth most popular travel destination in the world – and the top-ranked destination in the Middle East – according to the eighth annual Mastercard Global Destinations Cities Index.
Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH) has achieved an increase of 12 per cent positive guest reviews year-to-date as compared to last year at the various hotels managed by the group.
Securing an average of 75 to 95 per cent positi
Social media sites were the most popular form of web activity in Bahrain last year, and was followed by VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services such as Skype and FaceTime, according to a Telecommunications Regulatory Authority survey, rep
Refrigerators featuring bottom freezers are becoming an increasingly popular choice as compared to the most common type of top freezer fridges available in the market, as most people access their fridge compartment more frequently than the freez
The Gulf Daily News (GDN) website has been ranked the most popular news website in Bahrain, according to data from leading Internet data analysis company SimilarWeb.
It is ranked 26th among the 50 most visited sites in Ba
Interest in commercial pearl diving could be on the rise in Bahrain as regular excursions are regaining popularity, said an expert.
Al Dar Island manager Mohammed Slaise said the sector could make a splashing comeback as he leads
E-learning and online education in the Middle East is becoming increasingly popular among professionals aiming to have better employment opportunities, said a report.
Online language learning, with the online education segment, wa
Auditions for a new production of the musical ‘The Wizard of Oz’ is set to take place next month in Dubai.
Popular Productions, the producers behind the UAE’s biggest hit musicals such as Joseph and the Amazing T
India's finance minister announced on Monday a food security bill for 2011/12, a measure that would provide cheap grains for millions of India's poor.
It was one of the first signs of populism in the annual budget as Prime Minister Manmoha