The awards also honoured a group of 'Future Stars', young people who we believe could be future Arabian Business Achievement award winners.
Mahdi Zahreddine, who is on a mission to improve diabetes management through Spike, a mobile assistant that uses Artificial Intelligence to monitor patient behaviour and issues reminders when needed.
Saudi fashion designer Arwa Al Banawi who creates clothes heavily focused around her passion for storytelling.
Basim Albeladi, who created the mobile app Labayh that makes psychotherapy accessible to all, while maintaining confidentiality
Mohamed Al Mutawaa Al Shehhi, a young Emirati racer has competed in, and won, multiple International Championships over the past 10 years and was recently in the top five in Rallye Mont Blanc.
U-Light team - Omar Ghanem, Omar Khattab, Muhammad Kyuare, Omar Mansour and Ahmed Yasser - project harnesses human energy to generate electricity for those living in developing countries
Aboudy El Farkh and Bachir Noufaily of start-up AURA Lab, which has built a perfume retail technology platform that uses machine learning to help retailers improve the in-store experience.
Saoud Al Kaabi an actor who is part of the Emirati generation building a film industry that can compete with the major international centres
Tariq Al Kazim, an Emirati filmmaker who has started his own production company and has produced short films and feature films.
Pritvik Sinhadc, who was recently named a World Science Scholar - the only representative from the Middle East - despite being too young to even apply. The 14-year-old published his first book on palaeontology when he was just seven, and has had two more books published since then.
(Source: Arabianbusiness.com YouTube channel)