In line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, to evolve Dubai as the world’s Smartest City by 2017, Dubai Design District (d3), a member of Tecom Group, has introduced 21 smart initiatives to develop an innovative business community and contribute to the realisation of the emirate’s economic aspirations.
Takaful Oman, the first Islamic insurance company in Oman, has shown impressive growth since it commenced operations two years ago. Sayyida Rawan Ahmed Al Said, Vice Chairman and CEO shares her thoughts on the company’s achievements and the industry. A report by Mayank Singh and A Harikumar.
Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) has signed a co-operation agreement with the Oman Centre for Corporate Governance and Sustainability (OCCGS) to ensure the Company and its contracting community continue to operate to the highest performance and ethical standards.
Greg Young, CEO, Ooredoo Oman shares his views on the telecom major’s rebranding, future growth and what lies in store in the year ahead.
Port of Salalah triumphed with a score of 1475 points over two games to win the Environment Society of Oman’s (ESO) annual bowling competition.
The Port of Salalah, a major Gulf region gateway port and transshipment hub on the Arabian Sea, announced that France-based CMA CGM, the world’s third-largest container shipping line, will add two new weekly services to East Africa, and Europe, beginning the first week of December: The Noura Express and the EPIC service.
Bahwan Projects & Telecoms [BPT], one of the flagship companies of Suhail Bahwan Group, won the “Best Exhibitor Award” at the recently concluded Oman Geospatial Forum held at Sultan Qaboos University.
Wood Mackenzie has released the key findings of one of its latest studies prepared for Africa Oil Week - Fiscal systems for oil in Sub Saharan Africa - which identifies the main themes emerging as nations across the region revise their fiscal policies.
With effect from today, Lufthansa, the German airlines under the Lufthansa Group, has decided to stop flying to and from Oman, which according to the company sources, is part of optimising its portfolio and an effort to serve its customers across the region.