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Lessons from Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Brian Goldner and Peter England in CEO's August issue – out now

New special issue dedicated to the biggest names in business (and the lessons you can learn from their success)

Lessons from Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Brian Goldner and Peter England in CEO's August issue – out now

New special issue dedicated to the biggest names in business (and the lessons you can learn from their success)

Introducing the first ever CEO Middle East Leadership Special.

The August issue is all about learning from the best, be it in the world of technology, banking, retail, property, and more.

The special edition has two aims: to chart the rise to success of the world's most influential business leaders, and to present their stories in a way that enables our readers to take practical lessons from their success and experience.

It's less about theory, and more about giving you hands-on examples of what it takes to be a leader in the 21st century.

That's why we've put together a list of some of the biggest names in business. We have Mark Zuckerberg, the youngest billionaire in history. Muhammad Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank and the first to put microfinancing to charitable use. Giorgio Armani, a titan of the fashion industry who built his US$7-billion dollar brand from nothing. And a man who needs no introduction, the richest man in the world still, Bill Gates.

 

Of course, there are many, many, more business icons to learn from, including Brian Goldner, Jochen Zeitz, Paul Jacobs and Jeff Bezos, to name but a few.

We also looked closer to home, to find the men and women leading some of the UAE's biggest and most interesting companies. We asked these local leaders about their decision making process, how they prepare for uncertainty in the region, as well as why they hire some over others.

 

It's an inside look into the minds of the most important decision-makers around the Gulf, in everything from banking and retail, to technology and communications.

Don't forget, all of this can be found in the August issue of CEO Middle East – available in both physical (anywhere that sells magazines) and digital (search 'CEO Middle East' on the Apple App Store or Google Play') form right now.