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Interview with Majed Al Suwaidi

Interview with Majed Al Suwaidi

The man behind Dubai Internet City has been at the forefront of Dubai’s transformation into a knowledge economy, and is now purposely encouraging entrepreneurs to innovate and create change. Tamara Pupic caught up with Majed Al Suwaidi, managing director of DIC and DOZ

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