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Ahlan wa Sahlan

Ahlan wa Sahlan

Ladies and Gentlemen - a warm welcome to the Arabian Businesswomen Special Report 2008.

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Arabian Businesswomen 2008

A look at the Gulf's most successful businesswomen as Arabian Business pays tribute to them.

World's Most Powerful Businesswomen - Forbes

Arabian Business takes an up-close look at the world's most powerful businesswomen.

Features & Analysis

The Future Arabian Businesswoman

EXCLUSIVE: Influential Arabian woman Muna AbuSulayman on her vision and new business...

By: Talal Malik

The Prime Institution

Honouring The Khadijah bint Khuwailid Businesswomen Centre in Jeddah as a prime institution...

By: Talal Malik

Opinion

The female of the species

A recent Saudi decision offers the perfect opportunity to reignite that great debate...

By: Shahzad Sheikh

Making their presence felt

Women across the Gulf Co-operation Council region are rising to the forefront of...

By: Nessrine Salah
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Ravi to riches
Dr Ravi Pillai launched his first business at the age of 14, trading in coconuts so he could afford school books. Three decades later, his RP Group brings in revenue of $4bn and employs 80,000 staff, helping make him one of the world’s richest Indians. But in his first personal interview to date, he explains why a happy workforce and a good reputation are far more important than money. He also talks of the launch of his latest venture — RP Global — a real estate company that will build luxury projects in Dubai this year.

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