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New theme parks, hotels and marketing strategy will make Dubai evermore urgent as a destination for business and leisure tourists.
Challenging times have ultimately served to make us stronger, wiser and more productive.
Our future is about creating a convenient, connected, seamless and personalised experience for customers and hopefully eliminating the need for the generalisation of services.
The kingdom is already the 19th most visited country on the planet – but this is only the beginning.
Despite a slower global economy and low oil prices, the emirate is well placed for a buoyant 2016.
The UAE will maintain its status as largest contributor to the MENA design industry in 2016.
Low oil prices may be tightening profits for producers but it will be an impressive year for petrochemical firms at the other end.
The Muslim world must seize the narrative and create a unified voice that promotes a moderate Islam
Original content, feature phones and messaging technology will remain crucial in 2016.
High GDP per capita, robust mobile penetration rates, a younger population and ease of buying are some of the key factors fuelling a boom in online sales in the UAE.
Unique content creation and savvy technology platforms are now truly global phenomena.
The world economy needs lower prices but central banks will not allow it, sending asset prices skyrocketing. So deflation patterns in the real economy and asset inflation in financial markets will continue in 2016.
New laws and regulations are slated for introduction in 2016, although a number of these reflect the natural evolution of the UAE’s legal framework.
Technology developments in the transport ecosystem will allow more flexibility, more freedom, greater efficiency, and more security and safety.
In today’s climate of economic uncertainty, sustaining growth momentum calls for quantum jumps in productivity and efficiency.
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