Manar Al Hinai

Manar Al Hinai

Co-founder and Storyteller-in-Chief, Sekka

Manar Alhinai is an Emirati journalist, author, and brand storyteller. She is the co-founder and Storyteller-in-Chief of Sekka and the director of the Khaleeji Art Museum. For the past 10 years, Manar worked with global and regional brands, to help them narrate their stories, and connect with their audience, using the art of storytelling. 

She holds a master’s degree in Diversity Management from the University of Leeds, England. She pursued further degrees and certifications from SOAS London, University of Pennsylvania, Yale School of Management, and NorthWestern University. 

Manar is the recipient of the Arab Woman Award in 2011 and 2020. 

 

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Shaping Our Present (And Our Future): Why We Must Celebrate Emirati Women's Day In The UAE

Celebrating Emirati Women's Day is extremely significant, because not only are Emirati women half of our society, but they are shaping our present, and our future.

The UAE's Empowerment Of Women Is An Example For The World To Follow

According to the World Economic Forum 2016 Global Gender Gap Report, the UAE is ranked as a leading country when it comes to gender equality in the region.

The Post-Launch Fail: Don't Stop Promoting Your Business After It Opens

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Your Time Is Up: When Calling It Quits Is The Right Thing To Do

Personally, I always believe in holding my ground and exhausting all options before calling it quits. That way, I leave no room for self-blame to creep in.

The How-To: Setting Up A Business In Abu Dhabi

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Anjez Propels Abu Dhabi's Budding Entrepreneurs Forward

SMEs in the UAE currently contribute to more than 60% of the country's non-oil GDP, and the UAE government aims to increase that figure to 70%.

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