Egypt has been walking a tightrope since 2011, with two revolutions and continued security concerns testing what was once a stalwart economy. Fed up, Egyptians are again becoming restless as they await the impact of an imminent $12bn loan from the IMF
With the African population soaring by 30 million people a year and governments desperate to support non-resource sectors, international hoteliers are moving in with multiple new properties at a time in a bid to keep pace with soaring demand. But where are the GCC investors?
What is social recruiting? It’s when employers use social platforms to recruit candidates for future employment. It is a great way to hire online, as employers get a feel for the jobseeker beyond the CV
As Kuwait stares down its first deficit in 20 years, the Gulf state is relying on its financial sector to help navigate choppy fiscal waters. Delayed plans to privatise the Kuwait Stock Exchange are finally on the home stretch and could prove vital to the country’s recovery
Deepa Shah, CFO at Hall & Partners, Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees for the charity Lives Not Knives, Women of the Future charity ambassador, The Asian Women of Achievement Business category 2016 awardee