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  • Australia: Culture and Adventure

    Around 50,000 visitors from the Middle East visit Australia every year, predominantly for a holiday or to visit friends and family. The Arab tourism market is seen as a lucrative one, due to high spend and relatively long lengths of stay, averaging 32 nights per person. With airlines such as Gulf Air launching new flights from the Middle East, and other carriers increasing capacity, Australian tourism operators hope visitor numbers will increase.

    Watch Video » :Thursday, December 04 - 2003 @ 11:11
  • John Butler, VP Sales, Gulf Air

    Gulf Air has put customer service in the spotlight with innovative services such as an in-flight chef for first class passengers, and a Sky Nanny for children up to 12 years old. VP for Sales and Marketing, John Butler, says the services have been a success, with Gulf Air enjoying strong load factors on all its new routes.

    Watch Video » Bahrain:Wednesday, December 03 - 2003 @ 10:06
  • James Hogan, CEO, Gulf Air

    Gulf Air has renewed daily flights from Athens to Sydney, via Bahrain, in a codeshare with Olympic Airlines. It’s a sign that despite SARS and the US-led war on Iraq, the airline’s three year recovery plan is on track. The flight also represents a return to home turf for President and CEO James Hogan.

    Watch Video » Bahrain:Monday, December 01 - 2003 @ 11:21
  • 2004 Forecast: HP Services

    HP’s Services division is enjoying strong demand for contact centres, most recently launching a contact centre for Gulf Air. HP’s General Manager for Services, Mike Smith, says he expects 2004 to be a very high growth year for services, with increasing local and international competition.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, November 30 - 2003 @ 10:43
  • 2004 Forecast: HP ME

    HP predicts mobility will continue to be one of next year’s dominant trends, with major consumer growth in countries such as Kuwait, Lebanon and Jordan. HP’s General Manager for Personal Systems Group, Christoph Schell, anticipates biggest growth for 2004 in the SME sector, particularly with wireless networking.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, November 29 - 2003 @ 12:27
  • 2004 Forecast: Intel

    Intel singles out three major growth areas for 2004 – including mobility and wireless, hyperthreading, and larger enterprise servers. Intel’s Regional Director Rod O’Shea believes 2004 will be a year where enterprises seek to reduce big investment costs with more flexible architectures.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, November 27 - 2003 @ 10:47
  • 2004 Forecast: Palm MEA

    PDAs are soaring in popularity in the Middle East and elsewhere, with advanced technology making them a more portable yet also internet-enabled alternative to a laptop. Stuart Maughan, Country Manager for Palm Middle East and Africa, says Palm’s recent acquisition of Handspring will result in increasingly more convergent devices acting as both PDAs and mobile phones in 2004.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, November 24 - 2003 @ 15:06
  • Cisco awards UAE students

    Cisco has awarded four local students for their support at GITEX 2003 with Certificates of Excellence. The students were recruited to help install the networking infrastructure at Cisco’s hi-tech stand.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Friday, November 21 - 2003 @ 12:30
  • Dubai set for PDA Summit

    The importance of mobility in business scenarios will be highlighted at a conference in Dubai. Backed by Dubai Internet City and Dubai eGovernment, the PDA Summit will feature companies including Palm and HP.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, November 19 - 2003 @ 09:08
  • New drug hope for UAE heart patients

    UAE doctors say successful trials of a new treatment for heart attack survivors will give them another option in treating regional heart patients. The doctors were returning from the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2003, where the result of a clinical trial of 14,703 patients were released.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, November 18 - 2003 @ 09:39






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