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Magazine articles on conducting business in the Middle East.
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Fast Company
June 2014
Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al-Saud "You cannot have half of your population not working," says Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al-Saud, CEO of Saudi Arabian luxury retailer Alfa Intl., who is bringing meaningful change to one of the world's least-progressive cultures. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
Vivian Giang
4 Countries That Are Leaving Silicon Valley In Their Tracks All of these countries have a lot to prove if they're going to be the next Silicon Valley, but the fervor in their entrepreneurship spirit is definitely heard and felt. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
May 2014
Jahd Khalil
A Bold Plan To Create A Massive Tech-Biz Campus Near The Center Of Cairo's Uprisings In downtown Cairo, Tarek Taha is showing off the complex of buildings that houses Egypt's first hub for startups and tech companies, which he and his partner, venture capitalist Ahmed El Alfi, opened last November. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company The Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Israel Software and data companies from Israel like Wix and Outbrain are featured in our list. mark for My Articles similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
December 4, 2013
John Macomber
The Fantastic Horizon: How to Invest in a New City Rapid urbanization and resource scarcity pose problems -- and opportunities -- for businesses and governments all over the world. The author examines nascent privately-funded municipalities in Saudi Arabia and Vietnam. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
June 2013
Hot Startup City: Jerusalem Israel's tech startups have historically clustered in the "Silicon Wadi" around Tel Aviv, but Jerusalem is fast making ground mark for My Articles similar articles
National Defense
June 2013
Aleksandar D. Jovovic
U.S. Companies Set Sights on Middle East Arms Market Motivated by increasingly ambitious international growth targets, leading U.S. defense firms are justified in giving the region their full attention. mark for My Articles similar articles
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