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Saudi women ‘spend $3,800 a year on cosmetics’

Saudi Arabia’s many affluent and beauty-conscious women are spending on average SR14,256 ($3,800) a year on cosmetics, a report said, forecasting that the kingdom’s $16 billion market is set for an 11 per cent growth rate.

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Supercar makers neglect women at their peril

Supercar makers are like teenage boys at a high school dance, according to business consultant Belinda Parmar. They don't have a clue how to speak to women. They may need to learn, and quickly. With the number o

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Thai women saved from vice trade agony in Bahrain

Police have raided a Manama restaurant to rescue three Thai women who were allegedly being kept as sex slaves, according to that country's embassy. A Thai Embassy spokesman told the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister p

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Challenges facing women in financial sector probed

A high-powered round-table discussion on the "Challenges Facing Women in Reaching Positions of Authority in the Financial Sector," was organised yesterday (April 29) by the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) in co-operation with the Supreme

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Labour rights set to be highlighted in Bahrain

Rights of women in the workforce and expatriate labourers will be highlighted this weekend, as unionists prepare to host a series of Labour Day activities. The country's two main trade unions - General Federation of Bahrain Tr

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Ducab backs UAE women leadership program

Dubai-based Ducab, a leading manufacturer of wires and cables, has signed a MoU with Dubai Women Establishment (DWE) for joint collaboration towards empowering Emirati women in the workplace and especially in the private sector. T

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Women are ‘important part of today’s business leadership’

Women demonstrating emotional intelligence in the workplace are an important part of leadership and should be valued by today’s organisations and business, according to an expert. Professor Amanda Broderick, pro-vice Chancel

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25 women complete Reach’s mentoring programme

As many as 25 professional women completed a structured one-year mentoring programme that gave them access to business leaders from across various sectors. It was conducted by Reach, a non-profit organisation incorporated in the D

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E-commerce 'key to Saudi unemployment issue'

Increasing the pace of e-commerce rollout in Saudi Arabia has the potential to create industries that will absorb unemployed nationals including youth and women, said an industry expert. “Electronic Commerce requires an orga

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E-commerce key to jobs for Saudi youth, women

Increasing the pace of e-commerce rollout in Saudi Arabia has the potential to create industries that will absorb unemployed nationals including youth and women, said an industry expert. “Electronic Commerce requires an orga

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