This Week's Magazine

Title: Arabian Business

Language: English

Issue Date: Sunday, 18 June 2017

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The millennial movement: Mövenpick's plans to target younger travellers
Travel & Hospitality»

The millennial movement: Mövenpick's plans to target younger travellers

As Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts moves into the era of experiential hospitality, CEO Olivier Chavy is counting on his youngest employees to lead the way.

Businesses begin to feel the heat of Qatar's isolation
Politics & Economics»

Businesses begin to feel the heat of Qatar's isolation

Commercial costs are rising and banks are pulling money out of the peninsula state as the row with Gulf neighbours continues.

Master developer: RAK Properties building the emirate's future
Property»

Master developer: RAK Properties building the emirate's future

Veteran developer and CEO of RAK Properties, Mohammed Sultan Al Qadi’s sanctuary-like master development has come at an opportune time, as the UAE’s northern-most emirate witnesses a surge in tourists.

Why we need not fear the cranes in Dubai
Construction»

Why we need not fear the cranes in Dubai

OPINION: As the Dubai construction industry experiences a reboot, long-term residents may feel pangs of worry. But there are plenty of new angles that suggest a more durable market.

Saudi Arabia outsources airport operations
Transport»

Saudi Arabia outsources airport operations

The signing last week of public-private partnerships to manage five airports in the kingdom, including in Jeddah, could set a precedent for infrastructure across the Gulf.

Material man: How Danube's Rizwan Sajan is mastering Dubai's property market
Property»

Material man: How Danube's Rizwan Sajan is mastering Dubai's property market

After decades of success in the region’s construction and interiors market, Indian billionaire Rizwan Sajan, founder and chairman of Danube Group, is on a mission to take the Dubai property market by storm.

Apple's Genius system is devoid of logic
Technology»

Apple's Genius system is devoid of logic

Comment: A run-in with the tech giant’s customer support programme suggests there are still benefits to human interaction.

Review: Lausanne Palace & Spa in Switzerland
Travel»

Review: Lausanne Palace & Spa in Switzerland

Vintage luxury that caters to businesspeople looking for accommodation in a good location

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