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New Study Finds Salesforce Economy in the Middle East and Africa Will Create 94,600 Jobs and USD 21.1 Billion in New Business Revenues by 2026

New Study Finds Salesforce Economy in the Middle East and Africa Will Create 94,600 Jobs and USD 21.1 Billion in New Business Revenues by 2026

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, 10 October 2021 — Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, today announced a new study from IDC that finds Salesforce and its ecosystem of partners in the Middle East and Africa will create 94,600 new jobs and USD 21.1 billion in new business revenues by 2026. The study also

RDCL hosts a high-profile international delegation from the European Union, the United Nations, and the World Bank

The Business leaders association in Lebanon RDCL hosts a high-profile international delegation from the European Union, the United Nations, and the World Bank. Beirut, October 7, 2021: The Lebanese Business leaders association hosted an international delegation comprising the Ambassador of the European Union to Lebanon, Mr. Ralph Tarraf, the Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator and UN

GCC economies to grow 14.51 per cent in 2021, says report

Citing IMF figures, GCC Countries Macroeconomic Indicators report notes region’s nominal GDP to reach USD 1.6 trillion this year COVID-19 vaccine rollout & upcoming mega events such as Expo 2020 Dubai seen to fuel GDP increase September 29, 2021 The nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of the six Gulf countries, which together constituted about 60

Roundtable Discussion on International Organization’s Emergency Response to Lebanon’s Human Security Crisis and Ways for Socio-Economic Protection and Recovery

Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) and the National Human Security Forum (NHSF) organized a hybrid roundtable discussion, held both in-person and via Zoom, addressing “international organization’s emergency response to Lebanon’s human security crisis and ways for socio-economic protection and recovery”. The event, which took place at the Movenpick Hotel in Beirut, formed part of the NHSF

EBRD supports high-potential start-ups in Lebanon

Lebanon is the latest economy in the southern and eastern Mediterranean region (SEMED) to join the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) Star Venture programme. The initiative provides innovative start-ups with tailored advisory services to unleash their potential. In Lebanon, the programme is supported by the Republic of Korea through the EBRD’s Small Business

Annual Investment Meeting Successfully Concluded AIM AFRICA Digital Edition

Dubai,11th June, 2021 – The Annual Investment Meeting successfully concluded AIM AFRICA Digital Edition which took place from the 29th – 30th of June 2021 via Events10x platform under the theme “Africa Unlocked: Innovation and Sustainability as the Drivers of Economic Growth”. The two-day virtual conference witnessed the participation of 101 expert speakers, 2092 participants

Jordan boosts tourism sector with launch of skills council EBRD supports initiative to unlock key sector for economic recovery

In a major step to boost the tourism and hospitality sector in Jordan, the country’s first Sector Skills Council for Tourism and Hospitality has been lauched today, with the support of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The council will play an important role in the reform of technical and vocational education and

Economic recovery is gaining momentum in the Middle East PwC Middle East Economy Watch 2021 Q2

6 July 2021: With the pandemic continuing to challenge different economic sectors across the region, the latest edition of the PwC Middle East Economy Watch points to signs of building momentum in the recovery despite a third COVID-19 wave this spring.  After 2020’s rapid recession, the region is recovering relatively well The pandemic caused the

A roundtable on civilian-military cooperation and challenges to economic stability in Lebanon

The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) and the National Forum for Human Security (NHS) initiated a roundtable on the challenges to economic security in Lebanon and the need for greater civil-military cooperation. The roundtable was convened in a hybrid setting at the Lebanese Army’s Civil-Military Directorate (CIMIC) in Fiadiyeh. Speakers included Director General Elie Abi Rashed,

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