The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) held its monthly ‘Leaders at Your Service’ initiative to provide customers with an opportunity to directly express their feedback, suggestions and complaints to senior DHA leaders.
More than 20 world leaders, including five former presidents and prime ministers and three Nobel Prize recipients, have been appointed to a new International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity to reverse the lack of financing
Josoor Institute, a centre of excellence for the sports and events industries in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, has signed a long-term partnership agreement with Leaders, a global event, publishing and consultancy business.
The meeting, incentive, conference and event (MICE) industry stakeholders in the region took stock of opportunities and challenges facing the industry at a high-profile meeting in Sharjah, UAE, recently.
The meeting of the Middle
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed, the UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has said for many years that leadership is the key capability for Emiratis, and he has consistently promoted and supported efforts to develop leaders.&nb
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) hosted the monthly ‘Leaders at Your Service’ initiative to provide customers with an opportunity to directly express their feedback, suggestions and complaints to senior DHA leaders.
More than 1,000 digital leaders will convene in Dubai for a leading digital business and entrepreneurship summit this week.
The ArabNet Digital Summit 2014 will run from June 3 to 5 at the Atlantis the Palm and
As many as 170 individuals have made it onto the Forbes Middle East list of Top Indian Leaders in the Arab World, a ranking that celebrates the achievements of India’s top movers and shakers in the Middle East business world.
Leaders in strategy development are set to meet in Dubai to discuss strategic growth in Middle East markets at a forum next week.
The Strategy Leaders Forum, which will run from April 13 to 17 at the Address Ho
Five out of the top 15 world leaders on Twitter were from predominantly Muslim nations, said a recent research.
The Digital Policy Council (DPC), in its fourth annual ranking of world leaders’ use of the social media website