A potentially historic UAE-Saudi Arabia economic and military pact, which does not include the countries’ GCC neighbours, has been agreed …
Oman Technology Fund (OTF) has launched the Wadi Accelerator Programme – an innovative three-month startup programme that brings together regional talent and global expertise.
The study, which is based on a poll of 450 senior company executives from across industries, reveals that 73 percent of businesses consider VAT implementation as a key opportunity to initiate wider digital transformation projects within their organisation.
The proposal comes in line with Vision 2021, and is indicative of a general migration to smart digital services that reduce paperwork, time and effort.
Didi’s investment in Careem is said to further enhance its reliable transportation offerings across the region. Together, the two parties will share knowledge in intelligent transportation technology, product development, and operations.
The announcement comes as the discount publisher expands its services towards the travel market where it aims to be the ‘ultimate travel companion,’ available in over 160 destinations worldwide
The beta phase of the platform brings tailored Arabic and English content from an array of selected online expert mentors, offering a catalogue of exclusive training videos and expert talks, introducing unique knowledge development solutions for the region.
Regionally, much of the predicted market for drones will be driven by the oil and gas ($633m), and utilities ($484m) industries.
Run by Dubai Future Foundation, the third cycle will be held over nine weeks starting in October this year, and will see government entities joining hands with the private sector to develop ideas that integrate cutting-edge and 4th Industrial Revolution-inspired technologies.
The new 17,000 square feet store and service centre is located just off Sheikh Zayed Road, opposite to the Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Mall Metro Station.
The meeting stressed the need to work diligently and dedicate smart initiatives in all sectors to contribute to sustainable development and achieve the strategic goals in accordance with the vision of the leadership.
Al-Jabri will leave her role as deputy CEO of Injazat Data Systems (Injazat), to focus on the newly appointed role.
The government services revenues collected through the e-Govenment website increased to a total of AED958,461,182 from AED1,583,950,310 during the same period in 2016.
Ahmed Al-Hujairi, CEO of Worksmart, the organising company of Bahrain’s National Pavilion at GITEX said, “45 companies are expected to participate this year, an increase of nearly 50% from the previous year. This will contribute to keeping abreast of global developments in the ICT sector.”