Cigna, a leading health service company, has appointed Howard Gough as its chief executive officer for the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, as part of the company's expansion plans.
Gough, who co
Draw Link Group, a leading architecture and interior design company, has strengthened its regional portfolio with the announcement of four new projects scheduled to be completed by next year.
The demand for con
Noble Group, the manager of a gloal supply chain covering a range of industrial and energy products, has hired Wael Amer, a former Trafigura senior oil trader, as deputy head of the Middle East, North Africa and East Africa, as the Asian commo
Arabesque Partners, a leading global asset management firm, has appointed Bahraini banking professional Rehan Noor Pathan to its partnership as new head of Middle East.
The firm was institutionally developed in
Cooper Tire has launched two new tyres to the Middle East market - the Cooper Zeon 4XS Sport and the Cooper Zeon CS8.
The new models will utilise a range of new technologies, each offering a differnt tyre
SAIC Motor Corporation, a leading automotive manufacturer in China, is set to make its Middle East debut at an upcoming Dubai show, with the showcase of its latest products and technology to the region courtesy of its MG and Maxus brands.
CBRE, the global real estate consulting firm, has appointed Simon Townsend as the new director and head of valuation and consultancy unit.
Townsend brings with him more than 17 years of professional valuation experience across the
Action Hotels, a leading three- and four-star hotel developer the Middle East and Australia, has revealed plans to expand its mid-economy hotels portfolio by rolling out properties under the management of AccorHotels.
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
Majority of investors from the Middle East region have started showing interest in prime properties in North London, as prices are 'much more realistic' there, said leading real estate agent Statons.
“Over the past c