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  • Developing a Social Conscience

    Middle East business leaders met to discuss corporate social responsibility (CSR) at a conference hosted by British American Tobacco and The Economist magazine. Pressure groups say there is a big need to educate regional companies about the need to consider and support the community and environment.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, October 09 - 2003 @ 10:04
  • Italian Flavour for Hyatt

    Italian products – from textiles and ceramics to wine and food – were on display for “Bella Italia” at Dubai’s Hyatt Regency. Held in association with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and and the Italian Embassy, the event aims develop commercial opportunities in the most important international markets.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, October 08 - 2003 @ 10:07
  • Interview: Bill Walsh, Jumeirah International

    Dubai’s hotel sector continues its rapid expansion, with the Madinat Jumeirah’s Mina A’Salam property the latest to open. Jumeirah International’s Director of Marketing, Bill Walsh, explains how he expects the boutique hotel to compete in an increasingly crowded market.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, October 04 - 2003 @ 10:15
  • Red Gold Glory of Jordan

    From the ancient Nabatean splendour of Petra to the vibrant corals of the Red Sea, Jordan has everything to offer the leisure tourist. As the market attempts to recover from recent setbacks including the US-led war in neighbouring Iraq, the government is working with the private sector to increase visitor numbers.

    Watch Video » Jordan:Thursday, October 02 - 2003 @ 10:05
  • Interview: Marwan Khoury, MD, JTB

    As Jordan’s leisure tourism market struggles to overcome the setbacks of regional instability, the country is putting a big focus on business tourism and the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) market. Marwan Khoury, Managing Director of the Jordan Tourism Board, explains why Jordan has the ideal facilities for this market.

    Watch Video » Jordan:Tuesday, September 30 - 2003 @ 14:27
  • Interview: Samer Tawil, Jordan Tourism

    Jordan’s tourism industry has suffered badly over the past couple of years, with the intifada in Palestine to the west, and the recent US-led war on Iraq to the east. The Jordanian Minister for Tourism and Antiquities, HE Samer Tawil, says there are hopes of recovery, at least for the inter-Arab market.

    Watch Video » Jordan:Monday, September 29 - 2003 @ 09:48
  • International Hospitality in Amman

    The fast growing and competitive regional hospitality industry looked to increase business and develop new partnerships at the recent International Hospitality Forum in Amman, Jordan. The exhibition was also a boost for Jordan, with its tourism sector struggling due to insecurity in neighbouring countries.

    Watch Video » Jordan:Sunday, September 28 - 2003 @ 11:07
  • Dr Azm Al-Homoud, AUS

    Earthquake faultlines in Iran could have serious implications for building stability in the United Arab Emirates. Scientists at the American University of Sharjah are trying to educate engineers, governments and the construction industry about the risks.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, September 23 - 2003 @ 12:31
  • Interview: Yasuhide Yokota, Sony Gulf

    Sony Gulf has high expectations and big amibitions for its latest Middle East launch: a high-tech line up of PDAs. Yasuhide Yokota, Managing Director for the Gulf region, explains Sony’s new appeal to both professionals and consumers.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, September 21 - 2003 @ 10:22
  • Camel Caravan charges on

    Twenty countries are supporting the “Parade of Nations” – a unique herd of fibreglass camels set to be displayed around Dubai. They’re part of the Camel Caravan – the Middle East’s first public art project to bring together commerce and the arts.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, September 17 - 2003 @ 09:47




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