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  • Interview: Le Meridien Al Aqah

    Fujairah’s newest hotel, the five star Meridien Al Aqah, enjoyed 100% occupancy over Eid. Beaches attracted hordes of visitors, with many also taking in archaeological sites, mountains and mineral springs. Hotel managers are working with tourism officials to help develop the Emirate further.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, February 08 - 2004 @ 09:25
  • Where the Mountains meet the Sea

    Fujairah lies on the East cost of the UAE, a place rich in history, wildlife and spectacular scenery. Tourism chiefs want to develop the Emirate as a destination for leisure and business visitors, while preserving the natural beauty of the environment.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, February 07 - 2004 @ 01:34
  • Interview: Dubai E-Government

    Dubai’s ambitious e-government strategy has brought the Emirate into the new digital economy. Salem Khamis Al Shair, Director E-Services for Dubai E-Government, explains how it has also encouraged citizens to become e-literate, with projects such as e4all making computer equipment and training affordable and accessible to all sectors of society.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, February 03 - 2004 @ 13:07
  • Insight: Western Digital

    Western Digital opened its first service centre in the Middle East in December 2003, to improve customer service in the region. The company is also targeting emerging markets such as Turkey and Pakistan from its Middle East base. Patricia Bongiorno, Senior Director for Distribution & Retail EMEA, says companies need to look for both value and quality when choosing a storage solution.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, January 29 - 2004 @ 09:02
  • Insight: CRM strategy

    Implementing a proper CRM (Customer Relationship Management) strategy can be critical for business success. Don Peppers, a renowned international authority on CRM, was recently in Dubai to share his expertise.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, January 28 - 2004 @ 10:03
  • Insight: Unilever Arabia

    Unilever Arabia has introduced a groundbreaking advertising strategy, forming its own in-house media buying team, and focusing on a smaller number of publications and TV channels. Alex Andrakis, Director for Unilever Arabia, explains the current Middle East advertising environment that brought about the company’s decisions.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, January 27 - 2004 @ 09:15
  • Interview: Singapore healthcare

    The Singapore Tourism Board has been promoting its services at Arab Health, hoping to develop and promote Singapore as a premier medical hub for patients from the Middle East and Asia Pacific. Jeannie Lim, Assistant Director for SingaporeMedicine, says that Singapore’s large Muslim population makes it an ideal destination for Arab health tourists.

    Watch Video » :Monday, January 26 - 2004 @ 15:08
  • 2004 Forecast: Info2Cell

    MMS – multimedia messaging service – has enjoyed phenomenal success in the UAE, and has been launched in several other Middle East countries, including Jordan and Kuwait. Bashar Dahabra, CEO of mobile news provider Info2Cell, believes 2004 is going to be the year of GPRS applicatons. He predicts that new services such as streaming video will become available on mobile phones.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, January 22 - 2004 @ 10:11
  • Iraq Focus: Starting business

    Many companies are keen to do business in the fast-recovering Iraqi market. But with the country still unstable, what are the key opportunities, and what extra security measures need to be taken? Robert Connan, Director of the Iraqi Business Centre, has recently returned from Baghdad, bringing valuable insight into the situation on the ground.

    Watch Video » Iraq:Wednesday, January 21 - 2004 @ 09:09
  • 2004 Forecast: Sony Entertainment

    With new titles, an anticipated price drop, and the prospect of an online service for the Middle East within six months, Sony Entertainment expects strong growth for Playstation 2 sales. Tim Stokes, Sales and Marketing Manager, says female gamers are Sony’s current key focus.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, January 20 - 2004 @ 11:37






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