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  • 2004 Forecast: Element K

    Global E-learning provider Element K recently formed a strategic alliance with Microsoft, and is expanding its operations to the whole region with bilingual courses, including the globally recognised International Computer Driving License (ICDL) exam. Jamil Ezzo, General Manager for Element K, believes increasing e-government services will mean increasing demand for educating both citizens and government employees.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, December 31 - 2003 @ 10:35
  • 2004 Forecast: Wafi City Mall

    With EMAAR announcing plans to build the world’s largest shopping mall at the new Dubailand project, plus several other mega-malls announced, there are fears of an increasing glut of retail space in the UAE market. Wafi City Mall’s Assistant Manager Dean John explains how differentiation will be critical to retail success in 2004 and beyond.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, December 30 - 2003 @ 08:03
  • 2004 Forecast: Scala Business Solutions

    Scala Business Solutions recently merged with Epicor Software, creating the largest independent midmarket provider of collaborative Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). With 2003 seeing dynamic growth in the ERP sector, Scala’s Regional Managing Director Ziad Aqrabawi gives his outlook for 2004.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, December 29 - 2003 @ 09:09
  • 2004 Forecast: Injazat

    Islamic venture capital technology fund Injazat has enjoyed a good 2003, making more than US$16 million in investements. Hussein Rifai, Injazat’s Chief Executive Officer, says the company will be undergoing a major expansion in the region in 2004, into markets including Egypt, Morocco, Qatar and Bahrain.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, December 28 - 2003 @ 08:37
  • 2004 Forecast: Tejari

    Online procurement site Tejari is expanding into the region in 2004, particularly into Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi, Lebanon and Jordan. Saqib Iqbal, Tejari’s Chief Operating Officer believes there is still a lot of potential for growth in the regional IT market, and sees many positive signs ahead.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, December 27 - 2003 @ 09:27
  • 2004 Forecast: McAfee

    Network Associates’ anti-virus company McAfee has reported year on year revenue growth of over 26% for the financial year 2003. The company expects this growth will continue in 2004, with a new joint marketing campaign with Middle East distributors Aptec. Patrick Hayati, Regional Director for Network Associates, anticipates that hacking with malicious intent will represent a bigger threat in 2004 than viruses.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, December 24 - 2003 @ 08:43
  • 2004 Forecast: Business Software Alliance

    The Business Software Alliance has recently undertaken a massive public service campaign targeting end-users, to raise awareness about the
    negative effects of using pirated software. Jawad Al Redha, Co-Chair Middle East, Business Software Alliance, hopes regional piracy rates will continue to fall in 2004.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, December 23 - 2003 @ 09:03
  • 2004 Forecast: Lufthansa ME

    Lufthansa enjoyed a 25% growth in passenger numbers in 2003, despite the US-led war on Iraq and SARS, and expects even higher growth next year. Uwe Wriedt, General Manager, Lufthansa Gulf, says following on the success of the new Dubai-Munich flight, new destinations could be added.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, December 22 - 2003 @ 07:54
  • 2004 Forecast: Epson Middle East

    Epson hopes its recent IPO will enable it to offer expanded product lines in markets outside Japan. Khalil El-Dalu, General Manager for Epson Middle East, anticipates the biggest demand for multimedia, multi-function devices such as printer-scanner-copiers, as well as digital cameras.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, December 21 - 2003 @ 08:37
  • 2004 Forecast: Samsung mobiles

    Samsung recently launched the world’s first fully integrated flash camera phone in the Middle East, promoted by Lebanese pop star Ragheb Alama. Sudhir Nair, Samsung’s Sales and Marketing Manager for the Gulf, predicts a strong regional mobile sector in 2004. Nair also believes Bluetooth will become more significant around mid-2004 as enabled devices become smaller.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, December 20 - 2003 @ 09:05

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