Dubai’s leading business entities have extended their support to ‘Eid in Dubai – Eid Al Adha’, a citywide celebration that began today (September 25) featuring events from the leading shopping malls to popular public spot
Major technology firms Ericsson, EMC², Technoserve and EBLA have joined in as sponsors of the upcoming Qitcom Conference and Exhibition, Qatar’s largest ICT event which displays and discusses the industry’s latest innovations.
A total of nine major healthcare organisations have confirmed their sponsorship of the upcoming Saudi Health Exhibition & Conferences 2014, the largest healthcare event in the kingdom.
The companies include Rakaa Medical Compa
Qitcom 2014, Qatar’s largest ICT event which includes a feature a conference, exhibition and regional awards programme, will be sponsored by leading technology organisations and government departments.
Vodafone Qatar, part o
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) and Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) have taken the role of title sponsors for the upcoming Global Islamic Economy Summit (GIES) in Dubai, said event organisers.
In addition, the leading nutrition, health and
Saudi Arabia will make sponsors and employers of foreigners working illegally in the country pay the cost of deporting them, under new rules approved by the cabinet, the Saudi Gazette reported on Monday.
Istanbul 2020 Olympic bid officials on Monday unveiled sponsorship deals worth $20 million with seven of Turkey's leading companies as they seek to pitch the country's growing economic clout as an asset for their candidacy.
Some of the region's top brands have signed up as official sponsors of the upcoming ninth edition of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF).
Many of the brands have supported the festival since its early years, and provi
Al Qasba Development Authority (AQDA), which is responsible for development of Al Qasba, a retreat on Sharjah waterfront, recently organised a special dinner to honour its sponsors and partners.
Honouring more than 50 sponsors, Al Qasba’s
Rogue employers, who withhold passports, mistreat workers or do not pay them regularly, will be targeted under a new nationwide campaign, a top Bahrain government official has said.
It may include a 'door-to-door' drive aimed at ex