UAE Businesses Under Increasing Pressure to Digitally Reinvent Employee Experiences for Post-COVID Labour Market, says Bayzat.
Mohammed Arif, Regional Director, Modern Workplace & Security, Microsoft Gulf highlights some of the things small businesses may want to consider to provide a competitive edge in a market rapidly embracing digital technology.
With millennials accounting for over a quarter of GCC’s population it is estimated that UAE residents in this age group will generate $40,000 average annual gross income by 2019 with almost half of them book travel through mobile devices.
In an exclusive interview with Tahawul Tech, Evans Munyuki said that “tech-fins” – companies that are technology focused, but are now considering the potential of financial services, could offer serious competition to traditional non-digitised banking.
Dubai Startup Hub, an initiative of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has hosted a series of 10 workshops …
A chapter of international honour society Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE) has been launched at a special event held at American University …
WEF’s Global Shaper Survey: MENA millennials expect the Fourth Industrial Revolution to have a significant impact on their working and daily lives.
Dan Woodman, an associate professor of sociology at the University of Melbourne, has curated a new category for those born between 1977 and 1983, which he says are “a combination of the pessimistic Gen X-ers and optimistic millennials.”
By 2050, 54 percent of the region’s population is expected to be under 36 years of age. How will this growing influx of millennials shape the future of technology in the Middle East?