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Mohammed bin Salman is on a make or break mission

We may think we know a lot about Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman, one year after he was elevated to Crown Prince. After all, the past 12 months have seen him blitz world capitals, wooing politicians, business leaders and populations alike promoting his vision for modernizing his country. In London …

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Sharjah established women-only business portal

The Sharjah Business Women Council (SBWC) and the Sharjah Economic Development Department (SEDD) have launched a platform available to women entrepreneurs, aimed at accelerating processes such as applications, permits, visas and licences. This ‘single-window’ service, available exclusively to women, is in line with the directives of Her Highness Jawaher Bint …

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Working towards their own visibility

With the International Women’s Day having been observed since 1909, women in Dubai talked to Gulf News about how they can take steps to bring about the change they want to see in society. Manya Pamnani, director, Advisory and Consulting at Crowe Horwath: “I firmly believe that women themselves are …

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