The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has kicked off the competition for the 12th Best Consumer Award, which encourages residential customers to use energy sensibly.
The Award reflects Dewa’s efforts to encourage custom
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.
Huawei has reported a revenue of 395 billion Chinese renminbi ($60.8 billion) for its carrier, enterprise and consumer business groups (BGs) for 2015, representing a 37 per cent increase year-on-year.
Its net p
Samsung Electronics Co, a leader and innovator in consumer electronics, semiconductors and telecommunications, has won more than 100 awards in key categories including home entertainment, home appliances, mobile, and Internet of Things at the
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has launched its 'Best Consumer Award' for the 12th consecutive year to encourage Dubai’s residents to be effective participants in the sustainable development of the emirate.
The challenges of the changing consumer best sums up the flavour of day three of the Travel Tech Show at World Travel Market, the largest travel tech event in the UK.
Hoteliers were provided with great insight from Maarten Plesman
UAE consumers show greater willingness to form strong emotional connections with brands than their American counterparts, with experts pointing out that the influence of shopping mall culture in the emirates is one of the main factors.
With strong growth in the telecommunications industry and a wide range of smartphone options to suit all budgets, smartphones sales in the Middle East and Africa are expected to grow to $23.5 billion by 2020, according to Euromonitor Internati