Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC) organised recently a virtual session titled “Women in Franchising”, as part of the Council’s commitment to supporting the growth of female-owned businesses
After the success of She Leads, Creative Zone and the Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC) have launched the second phase of their integrated accelerator programme, She Leads 2.0.
“As far as our own cryptomining operations, within the IBC Group, are concerned; we are closing down all our Bitcoin and Ethereum mining facilities across China, and moving our staff to multiple new locations globally, including UAE, Canada, US, Kazakhstan, Iceland and various S.American countries,” Khurram said.
The Entrepreneurial Dash podcast is gaining popularity among the investor and business community across the globe as the platform proffers the much-needed guidance, advice, and motivation to budding entrepreneurs.
"The Dollars, Dirhams and Our Two Financial Cents" podcast series has been designed to share advice and tips on current trends - from experts on wealth creation, planning and preservation - with anyone who wants to be more financially savvy.
Dubai Economy and the Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC) recently hosted a webinar to highlight the packages of incentives, services, and benefits that can support all UAE-based businesswomen and entrepreneurs.
The 100 per cent foreign ownership in the UAE is indeed a great step forward among a series of other reforms that the UAE has boldly undertaken over the years to increase cost competitiveness.
Anum Baqai pointed out that the UAE will have a bright future with the convening of the Expo 2020 Dubai in early October, and "we have great expectations and are certain of the success of this event." Baqai expressed her happiness to be in the UAE, where she has been residing for 11 years.
Saif Ahmad Belhasa, a renowned Emirati entrepreneur, who is also followed by some of the most prominent names of the world, owns Fame Park, which is an exotic animal farm not open to the public, but for celebrities and pre-eminent personalities of the world.
Nayar, 58, joined only six other Indian women dollar billionaires as her beauty and fashion retailer Nykaa's parent company FSN floated on the Mumbai stock exchange, hitting a valuation of Rs1 trillion ($13.5 billion) in the first five minutes of trade.