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If The Middle East's Entrepreneurs Are To Succeed, They Need The Long-Term Support Of The Region's Policymakers
If we're going to rebuild economies, the foundations are going to be the hundreds of thousands of SMEs across the region. And we deserve better policymaking if we are going to succeed.
Whatever you want to imagine, the truth is that remote working is here to stay. And those that understand this will have an edge over those who don't.
Looking beyond the summer, I'm hoping that we are going to see drastic changes to how we work, how we get paid, and a reduction in bureaucracy that will benefit everyone.
A first-hand account of having to deal with banks as an entrepreneur in the UAE
The good news about communicating with your customers is that you don't need big budgets to do that.
Entrepreneurs (and those who were once entrepreneurs) are often the best people to help others in the entrepreneurial community understand and overcome their mental health battles.
The new legislation, which is part of the country's "Year of Giving" strategy, aims to promote corporate social responsibility among businesses operating in the UAE.
Here are some suggestions as to how you can help your employees find their voice, and create a culture that people will want to work in and talk about positively.
When it comes to cause-related marketing, the only way to do it right is through having or creating a relevant connection between the concept and the brand/business.
Here's a (relatively) simple guide on how to craft a sustainability strategy for your enterprise.
We need to be candid about failure, share our stories, and learn from each other.
Contextual intelligence means learning new languages, cultures, religions and other idioms which help us to break down barriers and forge not just relationships which will be useful to business, but also friendships with locals.
There are thousands, if not tens of thousands, of well-educated professionals with impressive resumes and extensive work experience who are flexible in terms of their ability to work- the moms who want to get back into the workforce.
To borrow from Benjamin Franklin, it takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.
Paying attention to others will not only help you understand their point of view, but it also the key to developing relationships that are based on trust.