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For executives who are looking to build business in the Middle East or professionals looking to move their career or job search to the Arab World, this video gives you a simple overview of Arabic Business Culture in 4 minutes.
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Professional Arab women juggle more responsibilities than their male counterparts, and they face more cultural rigidity than Western women. What can their success teach us about tenacity, competition, priorities and progress? Tracing her career as an engineer, advocate and mother in Abu Dhabi, Leila Hoteit shares three lessons for thriving in the modern world. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitte...
Arab merchants have traveled to the city of Guangzhou in south China's Guangdong Province to do business for over 1,000 years. In ancient times, the city was an important trade center along the maritime Silk Road. Booming exchanges between China and Arab countries have made the city home to many Arab merchants, like Maher Abdulkarem Ali, who we'll meet today.
http://www.turkey-post.net/p-207588/ منتدى الأعمال العربي "كن على موعد مع بناء شراكاتك الاستراتيجية " تستضيف مدينة إسطنبول في الفترة ما بين 26-28 من شهر سبتمبر المقبل "بقندق بولمان" أهم الأحداث الاقتصادية و التجارية التىي يهتم بها كلا من كبرى و صغرى الشركات العربية والتركية و هو منتدى الأعمال العربي 2017 و الذي تنظمه شركة آفاق للمعارض و المؤتمرات بالتعاون مع الشريك المسوق شركة جلف ترك ميديا "GTM " .
(24 May 2017) LEADIN: Arab investors have been in the Balkans for this year's Sarajevo Business Forum. The event aims to build economic ties and bring investment into the region. STORYLINE: The Bosnian national anthem floats through the hall - but this event is not limited to those from within the country's borders. The Sarajevo Business Forum gathers prominent business and political leaders from the Balkan region and the Arab world. The aim is to bring investment to this part of Europe. The forum is organised by Bosna Bank International, which promotes Islamic banking. Amer Bukvic, CEO Bosnia Bank International, says global partners can build commerce that "can create value here and abroad". "No single country in south-eastern Europe can accomplish this on their own. Only with a...
Samih Toukan, the Chairman and CEO of Jabbar Internet Group discusses: - trends in the e-commerce market in the region - lessons learned from other e-commerce markets such as the United States and China - the elements of an e-commerce business and his tips for starting one سميح طوقان، الرئيس والمدير التنفيذي لمجموعة جبّار للإنترنت، ضيف ويبينار ومضة يتحدث عن المواضيع التالية: - الاتجاهات السائدة في سوق التجارة الإلكترونية في المنطقة - الدروس المستفادة من أسواق التجارة الإلكترونية الأخرى، مثل أسواق الولايات المتحدة والصين - مقومات أعمال التجارة الإلكترونية لنصائح الأساسية لإنشائها
http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/cross-cultural/middle-east-training.html - doing business in the Arab world, North Africa or Middle East? How much do you know about the culture and how business is done? In this video we give you our top 3 tips on doing business in the Arab world. Video Transcript 00:10 Three things from working with Arab culture. 00:14 The first thing has got to be relationship and trust. 00:23 Arabs do business with people, not with companies, 00:27 so it's crucial you actually build op that relationship of trust. 00:30 Take time for the small talk, going out for a meal together, 00:34 get to know them, 00:36 and once they trust you, you can do business. 00:42 Secondly, the whole concept of Sharaf, honour. 00:47 Arabs are very conscious about their honour, 00:50 it's ...
Top 10 Middle East(Arab/Gulf) Companies which includes saudi arabia, UAE qatar, dubai and many more gulf or arab countries, This List include companies in Arab Countries like : Saudi Basic Industries Corp, Qatar National Bank, Emirates Telecommunication Corp Ltd, Saudi Telecom Co, National Commercial Bank, Al Rajhi Banking and Investment Corp, Industries Qatar, Saudi Electricity Co, Kingdom Holding Co, First Gulf Bank Subscribe All Top 10 : https://goo.gl/5fMfBO Media: While creating this video We collect data from wikipedia.org and all pictures use to make this videos is from google image search. I use Google Advanced Search to collect those images, usage rights : "free to use, share or modify, even commercially" section. Music: DEAF KEV - Invincible [NCS Release]= https://www.yo...
The government of Kuwait has fallen under criticism for not cutting spending despite falling oil prices. MP Adnan Abdulsamad, also Head of the National Assembly's budget committee hit out at the government. He said the government is ignoring repeated calls to cut spending to make up for the budget shortfall caused by a decline in oil prices.
The Saudi construction giant, Binladin Group faces more trouble as workers set alight to buses on Saturday. The burning of vehicles was in protest to the redundancies made by the construction company. Its been reported that the Binladin Group terminated the employment of 50,000 foreign workers and issued visas for departure. Furthermore, the giant has been withholding salaries of workers for months.
In the context of your business trip in United Arab Emirates, we prepare you a document and a video which will help you to familiarize with your new potential business partners. Our international marketing team have prepared an overview of the country and some guidelines about how to communicate and how to do business with them. Therefore you will avoid any cultural blunder and amaze local Emiratis.
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Every year, Forbes Middle East ranks the Top 100 Indian Business Leaders in the Arab World. They make up the most successful expat community, especially in the Gulf. See the Top 100 Indian Leaders In The Arab World 2017: http://bit.ly/2pjYuhI
http://www.weforum.org/ 19.05.2008 Plenary Session Does Arab Business Care? As many Arab companies start to brand themselves as global players, there is growing realization that they have a civic duty to become global stakeholders alongside governments and civil society to help solve global issues such as climate change, water shortages and corruption. 1) What do businesses in the Middle East and North Africa region do today to engage as corporate global citizens? 2) What are the potential financial implications of these global issues (climate change, water shortages and corruption) on companies in MENA? 3) What lessons can be learned from actively engaged and successful international corporations? Mohammed Alshaya, Executive Chairman, Alshaya Group, Kuwait Fadi Ghandour, Founder and ...
Among them is the Royal Atlantis Resort, which will consist of 800 rooms, suites and 250 luxurious hotel apartments. It will cost approximately $1.5 billion to develop and will be operated by Kerzner International Resorts.
In America, taking Fridays off, pushing back appointments and hesitating to promote your credentials could severely limit a company or individual's success. But all three are common in the Arab world, where practices that seem odd to Americans are often business as usual, said Soumaya Khalifa, an Egypt-born diversity consultant specializing in Arabic-speaking countries.