Three Saudi-based universities have won top spots in this year’s list of Best Arab Region Universities, compiled by US News & World Report, an American publisher of Best Colleges and Best Graduate Schools in the world.
Arab Luxury World, held recently, saw regional and global professionals from across the premium goods and services sector congregate in Dubai to discuss problems and offer solutions to the challenges facing the industry.
The two-day eve
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said on Friday that the basis for any future peace plan between Israelis and Palestinians remained a 2002 Arab offer, and urged Israel to accept it.
"The Arab peace initiative has all the e
Experts at Arab Luxury World, an event showcasing luxury goods and services for the gulf region, urged businesses to develop new markets by adopting new retail strategies and marketing approaches in the region.
This year’s event i
Oman Arab Bank (OAB) has selected BPC Banking Technologies’ SmartVista suite to enhance its payment business. This will enable the bank to meet its objective of having a modern platform to adapt to the changing retail banking market.
Dubai's Burj Al Arab was presented the Best Hotel in the World and Best Hotel in the Middle East awards at the Telegraph's Ultratravel Awards, held at The Savoy in London.
The award was presented by singer Ronan Keating to Rober
Luxury automotive brand Infinity has renewed its partnership with the Arab Luxury World conference by once again being the event’s sole automotive partner.
Organised by media house Mediaquest, the two-day annual conference brings
The Burj Al Arab, one of Dubai's most luxurious hotels, has unveiled its one-of-a-kind restaurant, pool, beach and cabana space that stretches 100 m into the Arabian Gulf from behind the hotel.
The Burj Al Arab Terrace is a wo
Forty regional industry leaders will shed light on ongoing and upcoming trends in the hyper-connectivity era and the emerging disruptive models across the globe at this year’s Technology Convergence Conference.
Speakers and attend
The third edition of Arab Luxury World, the conference on the business of luxury in the Middle East, will see 700 regional and global professionals from the premium goods and services sector congregate in Dubai next month to discuss problems fac