Mohammad Ali Rashed Lootah, President and CEO of Dubai Chambers, explains in detail about the Dubai Chambers and the role it plays in spurring the economy by supporting various stakeholders. He appreciates the good work that DCG is doing and shares his views on how to ensure Dubai stays as
Lenovo recently announced that the group revenue in the first quarter stood at US$13.3 billion, up almost 7% year-on-year (up 10% year-on-year excluding currency impact). Pre-tax income grew 38% compared to the same quarter a year earlier, to US$332 million, while net income also increased by 31% year-on-year to US$213
The Dubai Computer Group continues its theme of building capability within the IT industry and has organized a 2-day workshop titled “Business Leadership Conclave titled “Make It Happen – Make It Matter”. Event is sponsored by TOSHIBA as Platinum Sponsor and AOC, ASBIS, Supermicro & XFX as Gold Sponsors.
The Dubai Computer Group (DCG) sailed into yet another Annual General Meeting last month aboard the ‘Monalisa’ cruise. Held on 21st March, the event brought together DCG members to discuss major achievements of the group last year, the challenges that lie ahead and to exchange ideas for the growth of
UAE rolled-out its new VAT law early this year to decrease the country’s dependency on oil prices and generate a new source of income to provide better public services. Every new regulation comes with its own set of benefits and challenges, and amidst all the chaos that this region’s unstable
The Middle East economy has been on the downward curve due to spending cuts, tightening liquidity, investor uncertainty, etc. and the IT sector has borne consequences like any other industry. This gave rise to defectors and the general idea has been that many IT businesses left the country with unpaid