Friday 26th February 2021

  • IT Conslting, Digital Transformation with IT Services
    • Good News for Investors-Decline in Dubai rents to continue in 2018?

      24 October Dubai(UAE)- With a glut of apartments and villas for lease and tenant demand failing to keep up, rents in many areas around Dubai have been heading south for some time now. And if the latest analysis were correct, it looks like the trend will continue towards year-end and even drag on into 2018. According to Jesse Downs, managing director of Phidar Advisory, many signs point to the cost of renting a home in Dubai coming down further and these include the huge influx of new residential developments and slow employment growth. Construction of new flats, villas and...

    • Meet the 9 richest Indian expatriates in the UAE

      These Indians are among the creme de la creme of UAE society with burgeoning businesses. The stories of how these prolific businessmen made their life in the UAE are inspiring. For the quick list of names in a table with facts see below, or stay longer and read how these expats became the richest Indians in the UAE. Rank Name Origin Venture Sector 1 Micky Jagtiani Sindhi Landmark Group Retail 2 M.A. Yusuff Ali Kerala EMKE Group (LuLu) Retail/Diverse 3 Sunny Varkey Kerala GEMS Education Education 4 B.R. Shetty Karnataka NMC Health Healthcare 5 Vinod Shantilal Adani Gujarat Adani...

    • India, Ethiopia sign agreements on trade, communication

      5 October New Delhi (India)- India and Ethiopia on Thursday signed agreements on trade, communication and media to boost bilateral ties as President Ram Nath Kovindheld talks with his Ethiopian counterpart Mulatu Teshome. Kovind and Teshome discussed economic relations, with the agreements on trade, communication and media signed in their presence, according to the president’s Twitter page. India also thanked Ethiopia for its participation in the International Solar Alliance (ISA), established in 2015. The aim of the ISA is to provide a dedicated platform for cooperation among solar resource rich countries and promote the use of solar energy. The president discussed Indian...

    • Festival Offers- Creative System Private Limited’s services

      19 September Bangalore (India)-Bangalore based Software company Creative System Private Limited was offering 20 percent discount on it’s services for this festival session. It has started at August 2015. We have talked with CEO of Creative System Private Limited, Rajendra Dhakal about what was the fact of festival offers and what will get the your customers from it?    

    • China, Brazil agree to further advance comprehensive strategic partnership

      2 September  Beijing-Chinese President Xi Jinping (L) shakes hands with Brazilian President Michel Temer before their talks in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 1, 2017. Temer is in China for a state visit at the invitation of Xi. During his stay, Temer will also attend the BRICS summit and the Dialogue of Emerging Markets and Developing Countries to be held in China’s southeastern coastal city of Xiamen in Fujian Province from Sept. 3 to 5. (Xinhua/Li Tao) Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Brazilian counterpart Michel Temer on Friday agreed to further advance the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries....

    • China’s new bullet train has top speed of 400 km/hr

      12 August China Homegrown technology creates speeds of 400 km/hr A “Fuxing” high-speed train, China’s new-generation bullet train, departs from Beijing South Railway Station for its maiden voyage to Shanghai on Monday. Photo: IC China unveiled its next-generation bullet train to the public Monday, capable of top speeds of 400 kilometers per hour, as two “Fuxing” trains traveled between Beijing and Shanghai with passengers for the first time. The Fuxing, which means “rejuvenation,” is the first entirely domestically-developed high-speed train, or electric multiple unit (EMU), as it is called. The two trains departed at the same time at 11.05...

    • Qatar Ends Visa Requirements For 80 Nations, Calling Itself ‘Most Open’ In Region

      11 August Qatar-“Qatar is now visa-free for over 80 countries around the world,” says Group Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker of state-owned Qatar Airways, as the small nation announced that it will issue waivers rather than visas — and won’t be charging for the service. The change, which is effective immediately, means that people from the U.S. and other countries are now able to enter Qatar “with no paperwork, no payment and no visas,” Baker said. Visitors from 33 countries would be able to stay for up to 90 days. The U.S. is not on that most-favored-nation list; instead,...

    • Chinese businessmen must resist mercenary thinking in Africa

      9 August Beijing China-Always capable of detecting commercial opportunities, Chinese expats have brought this skill to Africa – but who exactly does it benefit? Recently, video clips featuring dozens of African children reciting advertisements or words of blessing and good luck in Chinese can be easily found on Chinese e-commerce platforms. The clips, no more than 20 seconds in length, are shot by Chinese expats in Africa while their business partners take orders to sell the clips on China’s online platforms, including Taobao. Sometimes more than 100 orders are placed in one day. Such videos sell for as much...

    • Companies push women to build personal brand

      MUMBAI: When NithyaBalasubramanian joined Cipla four years ago, she found a mentor who helped her in understanding why it’s important to build a personal brand. Being a quick learner, Balasubramanian, who is VP (respiratory marketing), began to regularly participate in industry forums. She spoke on subjects that were relevant to Cipla, while she projected herself as a thought leader. “It’s very easy to get typecast in a certain role/area in an organisation. My mentor taught me how a person can earn the respect and become a thought leader by building her brand. I now mentor other managers at the company...

    • China’s big push for its global trade narrative

      China’s President Xi Jinping intends to tell you a story. But first he’s going to try it out on the world’s political leaders. Not those of the United States, Japan, India or much of the European Union. They’ve declined the invitation. But this weekend Mr Xi is gathering all the presidents and prime ministers he can muster in Beijing, hoping to inspire them with a vision about China as a force for good in the world. Xi Jinping came to power five years ago with a determination that China should stop hiding its light under a bushel. Instead of...