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Crafting (New) Realities: Travel Junkie Diary Founder Michelle Karam On Turning A Blog To A Business
It may have started out as a blog, but Michelle Karam always believed that Travel Junkie Diary (TJD) would grow into something bigger.
Women in Business
"I am passionate about women's empowerment and will champion this internally and externally."
"There are stories to be told, people to be understood, places to be seen- and I write to get these messages out."
"Without trust in off-plan development, there would be no sales in the sector– it is that simple. It is absolutely fundamental to the industry that we operate in, and it is what drives our growth trajectory."
No matter how this state you are in pans out, rest assured that, as cliché as it may sound, it does get better.
Entrepreneurial lessons from OmniAthletes co-founder Dani Afiouni.
A reminder of the impact the entrepreneurial community can (and is having) on the region as a whole.
Take a good honest look at yourself, and critically examine how people you interact with on a regular basis respond to your actions.
Competitive Advantage: Abdulwahed Juma, Executive Vice President of Brand and Corporate Communications, du
UAE telco du's differentiating wins aren't based on typical telco metrics.
JustClean co-founders Athbi Al-Enezi and Nouri Al-Enezi, and CEO Mohammad Jaffar talk about running a scalable business.
"The UAE Has Come Of Age In Terms Of Tech Prowess" - Muna Al Gurg, The Only Emirati Investor In Careem, On The Company's Acquisition By Uber
As the only individual Emirati shareholder in Careem, Al Gurg, who's the Director of Retail at Easa Al Gurg Group, has been hailed for her role in enabling the creation of the Middle East's biggest ever tech success story.
Tahnoon decided that if there was no place in the UAE serving takoyaki to his liking, then he'd create one of his own.
The deal will see Careem becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Uber, though Careem will continue to operate independently under the leadership of current CEO and co-founder Mudassir Sheikha.
How Project You, a project by university students in the UAE, with support from Expo 2020 Dubai, turned into a fully-fledged startup.
Ogero -referred to as the "engine" for the country's Ministry of Telecommunications- has been tasked with upgrading the nation's existing (and outdated) copper wire infrastructure with fibre optic cables, which is expected to have a massive (and long-awaited) positive impact on internet connectivity and speeds.