A seminar on 'High Performance Selling' will be held later this month under the patronage of Bahrain's Labour Minister Jameel Humaidan.
Organised by Leaders Institute for Training and Development, the seminar will be
Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic) is set to expand its application development focus in additive manufacturing technology, according to a report.
The move underscores Sabic’s commitment to this evolving technology t
Unlocking the growing clean energy investment opportunities of the Middle East and Africa – two of the world’s most promising renewable energy markets – will be a key focus during a summit in Abu Dhabi in January next year.
More than $1 billion worth of investment opportunities in Bahrain are expected to be highlighted at a key international forum on October 15.
Being held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Sa
The future of the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region’s retail landscape will be focus of a leading educational and networking conference for the retail industry in Dubai next week.
The ReCon 2014 Middle East & No
A new strategic focus will see Bahrain’s labour fund Tamkeen deliver support programmes driven by quality and not quantity, the authority's top official has said.
Chairman and acting chief executive Shaikh Mohammed bin E
Chep Aerospace Solutions, a leading independent provider of outsourced unit load device (ULD) and galley cart management services, has launched ‘Chep Focus,’ a mobile application for iOS and Android device.
The Ford Focus global registrations from January through September grew 16.1 per cent year-on year, according to statistics.
The vehicle delivered an increase of 11 per cent total sales last year, with a 91 per cent growth in Bahr
There is a strong perception among chief executives that expanding into a thriving new industry is the key to maximising growth.
Business leaders attribute their stagnant revenues to industry specific factors and firmly believe th
The collapse of the proposed merger between BAE Systems and EADS will shift the focus to smaller deals among global weapons makers as companies strive to keep revenue rising in the face of cuts in military spending by the United States and Europ