Monthly Archives: February 2018

Reevaluating the Grey Economy for Refugees

The ILO and the Syrian Conflict: Finding Working Solutions

Even though the Syrian conflict seems to be finally drawing to a close, the UN’s International Labour Organization believes it will be dealing with the human fallout of the fighting for years to come.  By Dina al-Wakeel Since the eruption…

Retail Report

Azadea Group’s deputy chief says the Middle East’s retail scene is changing fast, with consumers becoming ever more sophisticated and demanding. Beirut-based Azadea Group owns the regional franchise rights for a host of big name retail and restaurant brands, such…

Samsung Galaxy

Picture Perfect with the all new Samsung Galaxy A8

The all new Samsung Galaxy A8 As smartphone standards evolve and the market for affordable, yet advanced smartphones continues to grow, Samsung has introduced the new Galaxy A8: a dynamic smartphone with a mid range price tag. The  Samsung Galaxy…

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Waragami: Recipient of EY Entreprepreneur Award

Laith Abu Taleb and Aysha Salman managed to fulfil most people’s dreams by turning a hobby into a full-time job, Waragami. During their time at university together, both Abu Taleb and Salman enjoyed the Japanese art of paper folding, origami,…

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The EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award: Celebrating Excellence

Three Jordanian business owners have received the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award at a prestigious annual award ceremony organized by the global consultancy EY. For over 30 years, the consultancy EY, which was previously known as Ernst and Young,…