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There are many social returns that can be gained from the Sougha program. Alleviation of
unemployment, women empowerment and the all–important role of preserving indigenous Emirati
heritage are just examples of the social impact of Sougha. The program is cognizant of the fact that a
large population of Emiratis possesses enormous potential for entrepreneurship but is largely unable
to achieve employment. Because of the Sougha program, such individuals are able to access
assistance, both material and otherwise, which enables them to consequently enhance their
entrepreneurial skills and in effect, seize market opportunities (Sougha.com, 2012). As a result, the
social reflection of poverty impressed by unemployment is to a great extent ... Show more content
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There exist numerous differences between the type of social entrepreneurship exhibited by the
Khalifa Fund programs, and the general idea of commercial, entrepreneurship. But perhaps the
greatest similarity both types of entrepreneurships have is the pursuit of revenue. Both types of
entrepreneurship recognize opportunities for business and this precisely when the need to innovate
is invoked. However, for social entrepreneurs, the social missing of their innovation takes central
part and influences greatly how they perceive business opportunities. In most cases, ethics, integrity
and the demonstration of humanity creates a distinct contrast between social and commercial
entrepreneurship. In essence, a majority of social entrepreneurs associate their business with
communities that are relatively disadvantaged in terms of accessing resources. A key facet of social
entrepreneurship employed by the management of the fund is responsible leadership. All four
programs started by the Khalifa Fund are without a doubt socially engineered. Al Radda recognizes
the importance of empowering former inmates to venture into the world of business, and this
prevents the proliferation of crime in society. Isharq provides training assistance for people
emerging from drug addiction, and this serves to sanitize the society by addressing stringent issues
to do with drug and substance abuse. Sougha, which has previously been discussed,
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The Magic Of The Surreal Dubai
The magic of the surreal Dubai
Dubai – is a giant Disneyland, where everything is based on the law of supply and demand, and life
is artificial; the main destination on Tourists' map and one of the main cities of the United Arab
Emirates, most of the time, wrongly assumed as a capital of the country. Dubai attracts with
inadequate amount of entertainments, and ability to earn and live a better life. In the past four
decades the United Arab Emirates developed with the speed that takes other countries centuries.
Although proud Arab people trying not to think about past, when the "British assumed all
responsibility for arbitrating in any disputes between the Sheikhs of the area", and the area was kind
of colonized under British Empire. Emiratis admire western expatriates and this is no secret that
with the support of the British (or American) citizenship the attitude is changing to better, and salary
higher than that of other foreigners
Until now, this approach has justified itself: in just 43 years of existence of the United Arab
Emirates have become the country with a developed economy and infrastructure. And the Dubai
from small villages, hunted pearling and fish became a city–fairy tale, the richness of which legends.
Legends of the lot. It should be noted that many of them have been confirmed in reality. But, believe
me, they were all carefully thought out and planned by marketers, Dubai is considered primarily as a
brand, the value of which increases with increasing
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The United Arab Emirates.
Abstract
The United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates also known as the Emirates or the UAE, is a
country located in the southeast end of Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman to
the east and Saudi Arabia to the south, as well as sharing sea borders with Qatar and Iran. The
United Arab Emirates was establish in 1971, and it is a federation of seven emirates; which include
Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al–Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al–Quwain. Abu Dhabi
serves as the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Each emirate within the United Arab Emirates is
governed by an absolute monarch who jointly form the Federal Supreme Council. One of the
monarchs is selected as the President of the United Arab Emirates. In 2013, the total population of
the United Arab Emirates was 9.2 million, of which 1.4 million are Emirati citizens and 7.8 million
are expatriates. Islam is the official religion of the United Arab Emirates, and Arabic is the official
language, although English is widely spoken besides Persian, Nepali, Bangali, Hindi–Urdu,
Malayalam, and Balochi.
History
The earliest known human habitation in the United Arab Emirates dated from 5500 BCE, but finds
of flint could date the first human habitation of the United Arab Emirates western coast to 130,000
years ago. Along the 17th – 19th century; the harsh desert environment led to the emerging of
nomadic groups who subsisted because of various economic
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Innovation And Entrepreneurship In The United Arab...

  • 1. Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the United Arab... There are many social returns that can be gained from the Sougha program. Alleviation of unemployment, women empowerment and the all–important role of preserving indigenous Emirati heritage are just examples of the social impact of Sougha. The program is cognizant of the fact that a large population of Emiratis possesses enormous potential for entrepreneurship but is largely unable to achieve employment. Because of the Sougha program, such individuals are able to access assistance, both material and otherwise, which enables them to consequently enhance their entrepreneurial skills and in effect, seize market opportunities (Sougha.com, 2012). As a result, the social reflection of poverty impressed by unemployment is to a great extent ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There exist numerous differences between the type of social entrepreneurship exhibited by the Khalifa Fund programs, and the general idea of commercial, entrepreneurship. But perhaps the greatest similarity both types of entrepreneurships have is the pursuit of revenue. Both types of entrepreneurship recognize opportunities for business and this precisely when the need to innovate is invoked. However, for social entrepreneurs, the social missing of their innovation takes central part and influences greatly how they perceive business opportunities. In most cases, ethics, integrity and the demonstration of humanity creates a distinct contrast between social and commercial entrepreneurship. In essence, a majority of social entrepreneurs associate their business with communities that are relatively disadvantaged in terms of accessing resources. A key facet of social entrepreneurship employed by the management of the fund is responsible leadership. All four programs started by the Khalifa Fund are without a doubt socially engineered. Al Radda recognizes the importance of empowering former inmates to venture into the world of business, and this prevents the proliferation of crime in society. Isharq provides training assistance for people emerging from drug addiction, and this serves to sanitize the society by addressing stringent issues to do with drug and substance abuse. Sougha, which has previously been discussed, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. The Magic Of The Surreal Dubai The magic of the surreal Dubai Dubai – is a giant Disneyland, where everything is based on the law of supply and demand, and life is artificial; the main destination on Tourists' map and one of the main cities of the United Arab Emirates, most of the time, wrongly assumed as a capital of the country. Dubai attracts with inadequate amount of entertainments, and ability to earn and live a better life. In the past four decades the United Arab Emirates developed with the speed that takes other countries centuries. Although proud Arab people trying not to think about past, when the "British assumed all responsibility for arbitrating in any disputes between the Sheikhs of the area", and the area was kind of colonized under British Empire. Emiratis admire western expatriates and this is no secret that with the support of the British (or American) citizenship the attitude is changing to better, and salary higher than that of other foreigners Until now, this approach has justified itself: in just 43 years of existence of the United Arab Emirates have become the country with a developed economy and infrastructure. And the Dubai from small villages, hunted pearling and fish became a city–fairy tale, the richness of which legends. Legends of the lot. It should be noted that many of them have been confirmed in reality. But, believe me, they were all carefully thought out and planned by marketers, Dubai is considered primarily as a brand, the value of which increases with increasing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. The United Arab Emirates. Abstract The United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates also known as the Emirates or the UAE, is a country located in the southeast end of Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south, as well as sharing sea borders with Qatar and Iran. The United Arab Emirates was establish in 1971, and it is a federation of seven emirates; which include Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al–Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al–Quwain. Abu Dhabi serves as the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Each emirate within the United Arab Emirates is governed by an absolute monarch who jointly form the Federal Supreme Council. One of the monarchs is selected as the President of the United Arab Emirates. In 2013, the total population of the United Arab Emirates was 9.2 million, of which 1.4 million are Emirati citizens and 7.8 million are expatriates. Islam is the official religion of the United Arab Emirates, and Arabic is the official language, although English is widely spoken besides Persian, Nepali, Bangali, Hindi–Urdu, Malayalam, and Balochi. History The earliest known human habitation in the United Arab Emirates dated from 5500 BCE, but finds of flint could date the first human habitation of the United Arab Emirates western coast to 130,000 years ago. Along the 17th – 19th century; the harsh desert environment led to the emerging of nomadic groups who subsisted because of various economic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The City Of The Middle East For my trip, I am going to be heading over to the Middle East. This city is one of the most interesting places in the world; It is the fastest growing city in the world and is a dazzling, cosmopolitan destination complete with gleaming skyscrapers, amazing weather, thousands of foreigners and some of the most breathtaking and opulence hotels in the world (Stephanie). The city is rich with a widely diverse culture, but is ruled under strict Muslim law by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The strict laws placed upon this city also gives it a crime rate virtually at 0% making it one of the safest cities in the world (Stephanie). The Sheikh take great pride in their police force and make a conscious effort to show off how classy it is to tourists coming around the world. The various models of police cars range in the equivalence of one person in the United States going to college. The models of police cars include Ferraris (valued at $500,000), Lamborghinis (valued at $400,000) and one Ashton Martin, priced at $1.79 million. This flashy city in the desert is where is decided to take my trip; the city is located in the country United Arab Emirates and is called the city of Dubai. To get my trip started I am going to be taking a Delta flight from Atlanta (ATL) to Paris, France (CDG). This continuous flight will take about 8h 37min; once I have made it to Paris I will have a layover in Paris that will last 7h 45min. It's a good thing that I've never been to Paris either. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. The Impact Of Tax Structure Of The United Arab Emirates Currently, the United Arab Emirates does not have a federal corporate income tax (CIT) regime; however, most of the Emirates introduced income tax decrees in the late 1960s, and taxation is therefore determined on an Emirate–by–Emirate basis. Under the Emirate–based tax decrees, CIT may be imposed on all companies (including branches and permanent establishments [PEs]) at rates of up to 55%. However, in practice, CIT is currently only enforced in respect of corporate entities engaged in the production of oil and gas or extraction of other natural resources in the United Arab Emirates. In addition, some of the Emirates have their own specific banking tax decrees, which impose CIT on branches of foreign banks at the rate of 20% After the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is generally the tenants' obligation to pay the tax. In some cases, separate fees are payable by both tenants and property owners. For example, in the Emirate of Dubai, the municipality tax on property is currently imposed at 5% of the annual rental value for tenants or at 5% of the specified rental index for property owners. Further, a registration fee may also be levied on transfer of ownership of land or property. For example, a land registration fee is levied in the Emirate of Dubai at a rate of 4% of the sale value of the property. There is a social security regime in the United Arab Emirates that applies to UAE and GCC national employees only. In most of the Emirates, and for a UAE national employee, social security contributions are calculated at a rate of 17.5% of the employee's gross remuneration as stated in the employment contract. Out of the 17.5%, 5% is payable by the employee and the remaining 12.5% is payable by the employer. Dubai's enormous oil revenues mean that the government has no need to raise income through direct taxation. Accordingly, Dubai is a "no tax" emirate characterized by an almost complete absence of taxation. There are no withholding or capital taxes. Speaking in November 2005, the late Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, then Crown Prince of Dubai and the Defense Minister of the United Arab Emirates sought to quash speculation regarding the possible introduction ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. A Brief Note On The United Arab Emirates Healthcare in the United Arab Emirates Katie Williams Alaska Career College Abstract The United Arab Emirates is a Middle Eastern country full of history and culture that is modernizing and revamping its healthcare system to better serve the needs of the people. Depending on where one plans to visit, it is important to observe the cultural and social norms of the population. Healthcare in the United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates is a Middle Eastern country that is located along the Persian (Arabian Gulf). With Oman to the East and Saudi Arabia to the South, this country spans 32,278 square miles and is home to an estimated 8,264,070 people. (Map XL, Inc. US Office, 2016). English is widely spoken, especially among the educated or during business transactions although Arabic is the official language of the country. Islam is the official religion. The largest city is the city of Dubai, and the Capitol of the country is Abu Dhabi. Established in December of 1971, the country is a Federation of seven Emirates (Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Pas–al–Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm–al–Quwain). Although each Emirate is governed by an absolute monarch, together they jointly form the Federal Supreme Council, which is the highest governing authority in the UAE. This Council is responsible for passing and enforcing federal laws, as well as approving the appointment of the Prime Minister. (Ministry of Cabinet Affairs & the Future, 2016). One monarch is selected as President ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The Success Of Dubai 's Brand Essay A small desert village that resides next to the Arabian Gulf, Dubai has established its footprint in the global world competing with renowned cities such as London, New York, Frankfort, and Hong Kong. In a span of 10 years, Dubai had built the tallest building in the world, the first luxurious seven–star hotel in the world, and the largest man–made island and is building more amazing projects. Furthermore, Emirates Airlines became one of the top brands in the world with its outstanding quality of services and its vast and new fleet of planes flying over 40 million passengers to every possible destination in the world. The success of Dubai's brand can be attributed to its astonishing leader Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al–Maktoum. Through his vision and his leadership style, Dubai emerged from a depleting oil reserves state, withstood the economic recessions in 2001 and 2008 and excelled globally by completing their massive projects and challenging many more complex projects such as the Mall of the World. Which is going to be the biggest mall in the globe, and Expo 2020 as the first city in the MENA region to host this event. Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum is the Vice President and Prime Minister of United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Constitutional Monarch of Dubai. He was born in 1949 in Dubai where he received his early education. In 1966, He attended Bell Educational Trust's English Language School in Cambridge, United Kingdom to learn the English language. After, He ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. The United Arab Emirates ( Uae ) Economics ISU Country: UAE (The United Arab Emirates) GDP and Fiscal Policies The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is arranged in the Eastern region in the Arabian Peninsula, bordering Oman and Saudi Arabia. An emirate is a region led by an emir. An emir is an Arab commander of Islamic faith. The President of the UAE is His Greatness Sheik Khalifa bin Zayed Al–Nahyan while His Highness Sheik Mohammed Rashid Al–Maktoum, is the Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai. The rule of law is relatively well maintained, but the judiciary is not independent, and court rulings are subject to opinions of the political leaders. On December 2, 1971, the UAE turned into an organization of six states. The capital city is Abu Dhabi, spotted in the biggest ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To begin with, economic growth is defined as an increase in the economy's total production of goods and services that can result from the discovery of new natural resources, an increase in skilled labor force, technology innovation and more efficient production processes. The UAE controls 10 percent of the world 's proven oil reserves. The UAE has invested in its natural resources and its strategic location to become one of the most modern and wealthiest states in the world. It uses both large petroleum and non–petroleum sectors such as its hotels and resorts, aquariums and museums. However, in 2009 GDP growth for was –2.7% according to ciafactbook, a decrease from 9.8% in 2008 to 7.4% which was mainly due to falling prices in oil and collapsing real estate investments. Using its financial and institutional resources to solve these problems it has become more stable with the process of diversification under way, driven by strong growth in the number of non–oil sectors, most importantly tourism, foreign trade, financial services, and communications, not to mention the recovery witnessed by the real estate sector. In 2012, manufacturing activity accounted for 42% of output growth, transport/communication for 23%, and trade for 16.5% and restaurants/hotels for 15.5% while construction and agriculture contracted. In fact, all the non–oil economic sectors reported strong growth rates which positively ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. 3.Area Of Research.. . Social Media Platforms Were Few 3. Area of research. Social media platforms were few since it started to show in 1998, it grew extremely expeditious. Moreover, now, Facebook had 1.79 billion active users monthly while Instagram has 500 million active users, ensuring the effectiveness of social media platforms in general. Also, in Kuwait, there has been a rapid evolution regarding social media effect on small businesses and home businesses. Moreover, a great response from the customer 's side as well. Reaching the customers and targeting the new generation lead the marketers to utilise the benefits of social media. Building a name for a new brand meet some challenges, and the challenges of brand recognition with a small capital to start a new business, from an unused ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, the study aims to expand on the properties available on the social media platform Instagram. Besides, how the business owners use the features on Instagram to promote their accounts. Exploring and sorting the challenges experienced by retailing business owners using social media channels to promote their products and services. Also, the most engaging and efficient social media channels to both customers and the home business owners. 5. literature review In this research the main areas are, to evaluate the effectiveness of using social media platforms as well as, the digital marketing methods utilised by the owners of the small retail businesses and home business in the state of Kuwait. Also, to identify and classify the key issues for such e–commerce companies, and the Regulations from Ministry of Trade and Industry for this kind of online–stores. Common Social Media platforms used in the State of Kuwait In the last 15 years, social media platforms are perceiving as becoming various actual perspectives around the Arab world, and in particular, in Kuwait, it has been noticed that social media that enhance the quality of life of people moving it to another aspect where people use certain platforms for such need. In addition to Business profitability and governmental interaction with the society. Users do; ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Fleet Management in Dtc INTRODUCTION Fleet management is the management of a company's transportation fleet. Fleet management includes commercial motor vehicles such as cars, vans and trucks, as well as rail cars. Fleet (vehicle) management can include a range of functions, such as vehicle financing, vehicle maintenance, vehicle telemetric (tracking and diagnostics), driver management, speed management, fuel management and health and safety management. Fleet Management is a function which allows companies which rely on transportation in their business to remove or minimize the risks associated with vehicle investment, improving efficiency, productivity and reducing their overall transportation and staff costs, providing 100% compliance with government ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Taxi Dubai's taxi system is one of the most frequently used and most popular means of public transport. Taxis are one of the fastest ways of getting around the city, especially to places that are not well–connected by the metro. There are both government–operated and private cab companies. The Dubai Transport Corporation operates cream–coloured taxis. Among the private cab companies are the Cars Taxi, Metro Taxi, and National Taxis. Taxis are available at all public places in Dubai, or you may book in advance for a taxi. The taxi service can be availed on the telephone No. 04– 2080808 (both enquiry and reservation). There is also the online booking and reservation facility available, and women who feel unsafe or uncomfortable with male drivers can book the pink taxis which has female drivers. Deira is the most popular taxi stand. Registered taxis have a standard Taxi sign on the roof and an easy to read meter on the dash board. H.H Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Executive Council;having reviewed Law No.(17) of 2005 to establish Roads & Transport Authority (RTA);Executive Council Resolution No.(8) of 2006 to establish the bodies subsidiary to RTA and approve its organizational chart; resolved to be established by virtue of this resolution and Corporation to be called Dubai Taxi Corporation, which ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Bedouin Research Paper Bedouin – (Bedu) Life today in the Emirates bears little resemblance to that of 40 years ago. a. Dependent on fishing and pearl industry before discovery of oil. b. Kerosene lamps or candles before electricity. c. Charcoal for cooking, making coffee. d. Water from wells. e. Huts made from palm fronds. Father of the Nation, First President of the United Arab Emirates, Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan once said, "Our life at present on the blessed soil of our country is a triumph over the pains of the past and the harshness of its conditions". Today I will talk about the rich life in a country, which was home for me for the best part of my enriched life, Dubai, "Pearl of the Persian Gulf", in the United Arab Emirates. Quote: The tallest building ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Tourism During The Middle East Business News Before the discovery of the oil the economy of the UAE was dependent on fishing and pearl trade. The people were busy in farming dates, breeding camels and goats.Since the discovery of the oil in 1966, the country's economy and society have changed considerably. Discovery of the oil boosted the economy and throughout 25 years the UAE has developed high living standards. The oil discovery attracted many foreigners to work in the UAE. Recognizing that the oil , the source that affects the economy, may soon be exhausted the government of the UAE thought of other factors that the economy can be reliable on such as trade zones and tourism. The article "UAE Focusses On Tourism to Boost Post–Oil Economy" from the Middle East Business News ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... AlMansouri also said that there are plans to hold exhibitions in the largest tourism markets and that the goal of the "Emirates for Hospitality" is to improve local human resources in the tourism sector. There are some disadvantages with boosting tourism in the UAE. The first disadvantage that the boost of tourism brought to the country is that we lost our culture. Our rich cultural heritage are diminished.People became more westernized. Citizens don't follow the dress standards and elders are frustrated. Moreover, some tourists often don't respect the UAE's traditions and culture such as not following traditional dress standards or getting drunk in public. The second disadvantage is that there are more traffic in the country. In fact, citizens avoid the famous malls and tourist destinations because of the traffic. There are number of advantages affecting the country and society from boosting tourism in the UAE. The first and the main advantage is that tourism brings money. As Almansouri noted "Estimates indicate that the tourism sector will contribute 5.4 percent annually over the next 10 years to reach AED 236.8 billion by year 2026." This means that the income produced from tourism can make up a noticeable percentage of the national income. The second advantage, is tourism will provide more jobs for the UAE locals and non–locals. Some of these jobs are hotels, transportation, shops, restaurants and other places that needs staffing. As a matter of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Essay about This Is How Nike Became Famous 9–207–005 REV: MAY 24, 2007 WILLIAM GOETZMANN IRINA TARSIS Dubailand: Destination Dubai The biggest war that any country can engage in is that of development. Although it is a long and costly war, the number of soldiers increases instead of decreasing. So let's take part in the war of development together, and let our victims be poverty, ignorance, and backwardness. – Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai1 Dubailand, designed to be the world's largest amusement park, was rising out of a stretch of desert near Arabian Gulf. As envisioned, the complex would cover three times the surface of Manhattan, or 45,900 acres, and nearly 5% of Dubai, a tiny emirate on the Arabian Gulf with population of one million. In addition ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Founded on May 26, 1981, GCC aimed to promote coordination between its member states.3 In 2003, approximately four million people lived in the UAE, with about one quarter residing in Dubai (835,000 men and 369,000 women).4 This population was predominantly not indigenous as 60% hailed from Asia, 15% came from other Arab countries, and 5% were from Europe. All key positions in the Dubai government however were occupied by members of a ruling family–their authority unchallenged by political parties or universal suffrage.5 While the ruling family tolerated non– Muslim religions, the preaching of any expression of religion other than Islam was forbidden as was the formation of trade unions. Natural resources: Water Water consumption in the UAE water consumption was high due to temperatures that reached 47.1C (116.8F) in the summer, high relative humidity, and infrequent rainfall (see Exhibit 3 for basic climatological data).6 The potable water in the region came from two sources: 10% from wells (ground water) and 90% from desalination facilities. Desalination was a very expensive and environmentally taxing process, and more than 50% of world's desalination projects were located in the Gulf region.7 According to Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), in 2004 water production in Dubai alone exceeded 61,463 million imperial gallons (MIG) 58,808 MIG generated by desalinization with demand steadily ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Impacts of Tourism Development Sustainable tourism is an industry that attempts to make a low impact on the environment and local culture while helping to generate income, employment, and the conservation of local ecosystems. It is responsible tourism that is both ecologically and culturally sensitive. Meaning, sustainable tourism activities have minimal impact on the environment and culture of the host community. It aims to meet the needs of the present tourists and host communities whilst protecting and enhancing needs in the future. According to the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), sustainability principles refer to the environmental, economic, and socio–cultural aspects of tourism development, and a suitable balance must be established between these ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... There are also a number of downsides to the area because of economic impacts that the travel and tourism industry bring that mostly affects the locals of the area. First is the increase in living costs. As more and more tourists come to the area, tourism related facilities increase the prices of their goods knowing that most tourists can afford their prices. A good example of this negative impact is taxi drivers charging tourists more than the usual. Second is leakage. Leakage is defined as the amount of money for supplies and services paid for outside an area or in simple terms, money that does not benefit the economy of the area. The economic benefits of the area can be lost if the goods and services are imported rather than for the local goods and services to be used. Leakage can be avoided by sourcing local materials, using local products, allowing local people to sell in resorts and hotels and employing more local people. Third impact is the decline of traditional employment. As the tourism industry grows there is a bigger demand for people to be employed in it. More and more people are attracted to this industry for it provides a more attractive option rather than the harder, lower paid traditional jobs. This then results to the traditional industries suffering for the younger generation no longer want to learn the skills of the old jobs like weaving and thatchery resulting that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Advantages And Challenges Of SME In UAE A Study on SME Sector in UAE Mr. Aaron Fernandes BBA – SEMESTER V DEPARTMENT OF MANGEMENT SCIENCES AMITY UNIVERSITY DUBAI CAMPUS DUBAI– UAE E–Mail: aaronjohn895@hotmail.com ABSTRACT Small and medium–sized enterprises (SME's) have proved to be the dynamo for the many economies of the world. SME helps in creating jobs, driving innovation, growth and economic diversification. This paper focus the study on the SME sector in UAE, highlight the various clusters in SME in UAE. There is also subsequent discussion about the limitation and challenges of SME and various government funding schemes which helps to overcome these challenges and limitations. Private sector has also taken this step to help SME's by providing the funding to them. Last section ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The main area of focus are sea food processing, fruit and vegetable processing, grain mill products processing, sweets, chocolate and confectionary products and spices processing. 2.2.5 Tourism One of the preferred tourist destinations in the world is Dubai, UAE. Travel and Tourism industry has a high significance in Dubai economy as well. The area of focus is to promote travel agencies, tour operators, make more flexible reservation service and related activities. Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) and Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) are promoting and helping on various related activities. 2.2.6 Hospitality Being one of the preferred locations for tourism, Dubai is also known for its hospitality industry. The cosmopolitan nature of the city is shaped by a large number of international brands. The main areas of focus are accommodation, food and beverage services. 3.0 Different Funds Supporting SME's in UAE Funds in UAE are two types which are available for the SME. Public fund and Private fund. Public funds are provided by UAE governments by different Emirates. Private funds are by different private organizations and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Uae National Day Introduction UAE is a truly blessed nation and an important a role model for the entire world. Founded on the principles of union and justice, this nation today stands tall and has found a firm footing on the world map. An arid piece of land transformed by the vision and aspirations of a man who wanted to bring about a change in the lives of those around him. A man of pride and wisdom – H.H. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan not only dreamt but had the courage to pursue his dream and turn it into a beacon of reality. In the process, he never lost sight of his roots and cultural heritage. On the occasion of the 41st National Day of UAE, we salute the Father of Nation, H.H. Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and celebrate the 40th National ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some schools and other educational institutes perform concerts, parties or competitions. Some organise food bazaars where everyone who participates cook some dishes and all the proceeds made on this day goes to charity. Everyone gets involved in National Day Activities, even businesses, all each having a party and a competition with prizes to be won. At times there are brilliant live outdoors concerts, with the local students performing the traditional UAE dances and dedicating poetry to the day.This is sometimes ended with fasinating fireworks or laser displays. The history and significance Not long ago, the UAE was a land of desert inhabited by proud and resourceful nomadic Bedouin tribes, fishing villages and date farms. Abu Dhabi consisted of several hundred palm huts (barasti) huts, a few coral buildings and the Ruler's Fort. Situated along the creek, Dubai was a trading hub, providing a safe haven before the Straits of Hormuz and beyond. Life today in the Emirates bears little resemblance to that of 40 years ago. Parts of the UAE were settled as far back as the 3rd millennium BC and its early history fits the nomadic, herding and fishing pattern typical of the broader region. The Bedouin tribe was the principal building block of UAE society. Bedouin, which means desert–dweller, lived in varied terrain – moving between the ocean (where pearl diving and fishing were the main forms of sustenance), the desert (moving as nomads for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. The World Of The Arab Emirates Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al–Maktoum, is planning a new megaproject, The Mall of the World. This project will be located in Al Sufouh, Dubai, which is one of the seven emirates that compose the United Arab Emirates. The United Arab Emirates is located in the eastern end of the Arabian Peninsula. It also extends part of the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf on its southern coast. This positioned the country to have bordering countries such as Saudi Arabia to the southwest, Qatar and Iran in the north, and Oman in the east. This enhances the United Arab Emirates trading with neighboring countries which led to a positive effect on the economy. Yet, the sandy and barren city strives to improve their economic standing each and every day. With a population of 9.2 million, the country continues to grow and expand to further their reputation as one of the richest country in the world. One of the most important part of the United Arab Emirates history is their federation being formed in 1971. Specifically, this federation had a huge effect on Dubai. In Dubai becoming part of the seven emirates, there was an increased influence on the city 's development and growth. Even as the city saw an influx in immigrants fleeing from the Lebanese civil war in December 1971, Dubai together with Abu Dhabi, the capital, and 5 other emirates, formed the United Arab Emirates after the formal protector of Britain left the Persian Gulf. The country 's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. The Expo 2020 Core Theme, Connecting Minds, Creating The... The Expo 2020 core theme is "Connecting minds, creating the future". This overall theme recognizes the importance of collaboration across cultures and regions to generate sustainable solutions to global problems whilst the subthemes of Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability define the principal drivers of progress. The expo aims to bring together the global community to forge new partnerships and find solutions to these core issues concerning humanity and ultimately leave behind a strong transformative social and economic legacy across the region and the world. Mobility: As the world's markets continue to grow and interact, new sources of innovation are required to create more integrated solutions in transportation and logistics systems. Mobility is one of the core drivers of prosperity and growth as efficient and robust transportation & logistics systems are the lifelines that connect people, goods, and services around the world. Sustainability: It has become increasingly important to innovate in the production, delivery, and consumption of water and energy. Improving access to these precious natural resources through responsible conservation and effective management, as well as embracing a culture of sustainability, are important goals of all countries. "Smart Grids" have presented an opportunity to revolutionize the way energy is both produced and consumed as a result of the convergence of IT in both existing and new infrastructure (e.g. solar panels) to deliver ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The United Arab Emirates. The United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates also known as the Emirates or the UAE, is a country located in the southeast end of Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf, bordering Oman to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south, as well as sharing sea borders with Qatar and Iran. The United Arab Emirates was establish in 1971, and it is a federation of seven emirates; which include Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al–Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al–Quwain. Abu Dhabi serves as the capital of the United Arab Emirates. Each emirate within the United Arab Emirates is governed by an absolute monarch who jointly form the Federal Supreme Council. One of the monarchs is selected as the President of the United Arab Emirates. In 2013, the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The seasonal movements of the nomadic groups created frequent clashes amongst them but also led to the establishment of seasonal and semi–seasonal settlements and centers. The tribal groups whose names are still carried by the modern Emiratis are known as: Bani Yas, Al Bu Falah, Al Ain, Liwa, the Dhawahir, Awamir, Manasir, the Sharqiyin, and the Qawasim. The Bani Yas confederation was the most dominant force of Abu Dhabi by the 17th century. The Portuguese continued to maintain an influence over the coastal settlements during the 16th century. The British ruled the southern coast of the Persian Gulf during the 17th to the 19th century. The Sheikhs agreed not to dispose of any territory or to enter any foreign relationships without the consent of the British. In return, the British promised to protect all aggression from the sea and to help in case of land attack. During the 19th and the early 20th centuries, the pearling industry thrived which provided income and employment to the people of the Persian Gulf. However, the first world war had a severe impact on this industry which wiped it out. The British then set up a development office that helped in some small developments within the Emirates. Due to the trial nature of society and the lack of definition of borders between the emirates, there were frequent disputes which kept settling either through meditation or, more rarely, force. Additionally, an agreement made in 1974 between Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Emirates Airlines Hub of the World Emirates is one of the fastest–growing and most profitable airlines in the world. Yet the secret of its success is largely unknown outside the Arab world. Donald N. Sull, Sumantra Ghoshal and Felipe Monteiro unveil some of the mystery that shrouds a national carrier that enjoys no state handouts – and treats its employees as a giant family. The ess than two decades after its foundation, Emirates placed the biggest order in civil aviation history, for $19 billion worth of aircraft. This at a time when the industry was facing a global slump, which Emirates defied with a massive 74 per cent increase in net profits to $429 million in the financial year ending April 2004. Despite 9/11, two Gulf wars and escalating fuel ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Emirates was born out of crisis, when Gulf Air refused to increase flights to and from Dubai unless the government protected the carrier for its long–haul services. Rather than persuade Gulf Air to change its mind, and knowing how dependent Dubai was on air travel for its burgeoning economy, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al–Maktoum, chairman of the Emirates Group, established the Emirates airline with an investment of $10 million, a trifling sum by the standards of international airlines. Right from the start, Emirates did things differently. Sheikh Mohammed instructed his new managing director Maurice Flanagan: "Forget about protection against competition. That's not the way Dubai works." Emirates began operations in October of the same year. In contrast to many other national airlines, Emirates never received direct subsidies or relied on government handouts. Dubai's open skies 36 "We don't have a board – we have an open agenda," because nobody is focusing on such details." Mannion believes this "big picture" thinking is a recipe for disaster. He also questions the conventional wisdom that airlines are destined to become unprofitable as they grow. "I dispute that volume brings complexity. Diversity brings complexity – new markets don't. For example, in the US we will have challenges but the basic business process is not complex." Go it alone. And unlike most other airlines, Emirates does not see the business case for joining an alliance. According to Maurice ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Fleet Management in Dtc INTRODUCTION Fleet management is the management of a company's transportation fleet. Fleet management includes commercial motor vehicles such as cars, vans and trucks, as well as rail cars. Fleet (vehicle) management can include a range of functions, such as vehicle financing, vehicle maintenance, vehicle telemetric (tracking and diagnostics), driver management, speed management, fuel management and health and safety management. Fleet Management is a function which allows companies which rely on transportation in their business to remove or minimize the risks associated with vehicle investment, improving efficiency, productivity and reducing their overall transportation and staff costs, providing 100% compliance with government ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These specific tasks encompass all operations from vehicle acquisition to disposal. Software, depending on its capabilities, allows functions such as driver and vehicle profiling, trip profiling, dispatch, vehicle efficiency, etc. It can provide remote control features, such as Geo–fencing and active disabling. Current vehicle diagnostic information can also be related to a management site, depending on the type of hardware installed in the vehicles. New platform, based on Fleet management software, is fleet controlling with higher amount of information available for both drivers and dispatchers of a fleet. At this time (2012) online software platforms are very popular: users no longer have to install software and they can access the software through a web browser. Fleet Security and Control Recent advances in fleet management allow for the addition of over–the–air (OTA) security and control of fleet vehicles. Fleet Security and Control includes security of the vehicle while stopped or not in operation and the ability to safely disable a vehicle while in operation. This allows the fleet manager to recover stolen or rogue vehicles while reducing the chance of lost or stolen cargo. The additional of Fleet Security and Control to a fleet management system gives a fleet card manager preventative measures to address cargo damage and loss. Fleet management replacement and lifecycle management The timely ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Dubai's Political and Economic Development: Essay DUBAI'S POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: AN OASIS TN THE DESERT? by CHRISTOPHER DeNICOLA A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Political Science WILLIAMS COLLEGE Williamstown, Massachusetts MAY 10,2005 Table of Contents I Persian Gulf Development Literature Oil Curse Literature Arab and Islamic Factors Regional Ovemiew and Historical Background Dubai's Development History I1 PI1 Explaining Dubai9sDevelopment Outcome Why Not Other Gulf States? Dubai versus the Development Literature IV Dubai in a Cornparatbe Corntext Saudi Arabia Qatar Brunei Conclusion Appendix Bibliography
  • 44. Introduction Dubai, a tiny, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 2 Ashfaq Ahmed, "UAE Nationals in Private Sector Miniscule – Study," GulfNews (June 7,2004). Harrison; Nick Meo, "How Dubai, the Playground of Businessmen and Warlords, Is Built by Asian Wage Slaves," The Independent (March 1,2005). Ahmed. 5 Meo. 6 Personal Interviews January 2005. ceilings, marble bathrooms outfitted with Jacuzzis, and personal butlers.' In addition to serving as a popular tourist attraction, this hotel has given the city its own unique icon. The image of the Burj Al Arab is ubiquitous in Dubai and can be found everywhere from souvenir key–chains to license plates. Dubai s other projects are perhaps even more audacious. The Palm Island real 9 estate developments consist of two man–made islands shaped like palm trees.8 When finished, both palms will contain about 3,000 homes and 40 luxury hotels, as well as amusement parks and other tourist attraction^.^ In addition, construction has begun on "The World," a series of 300 islets laid out to resemble a map of the world. These manmade islands will also offer tourists beach real estate and extensive opportunities for leisure.1° Finally, the emirate has begun work on a structure that is set to become the world's tallest building, the Burj Dubai. The exact height of this edifice is a closelyguarded secret.'' Another facet of Dubai that visitors quickly take note of is the city's shoppingoriented culture. The city contains numerous malls, many of which offer stand–alone outlets for upscale ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Explain How Is Dubai A Capitalist Model Is Dubai a capitalist model in the Middle East? Even that Dubai has its own challenges to deal with, but it dazzled the world's attention in the last few years from its remarkable success story. Dubai is a city that considered as one of the fastest growing country in the world. It has gone from strength to strength. In every year Dubai is developing by working hard on its self and its goals. Dubai is a capitalist model because of its hard work at building its road infrastructure, having more entertainment places, and making a comfortable environment for the people from different cultures. One of the main reasons that makes Dubai a capitalist model is that the way they have built and organized their roads. Dubai's streets have a reputation for their width and infrastructure. The Dubai roads instructor helped the people to move around easily. Davidson, (2008) Said that the annual budget of Dubai Municipality's exceeds Dh1.28 billion (US$350 million), with almost 90 % billed to infrastructure development. In other words, Dubai Municipality's budget spends approximately billions on the infrastructure every year. To illustrate, Dubai has built and constructed amazing roads that would get you to your destination comfortably and most importantly, that it could take you to your destination in many different directions. In conclusion, the roads infrastructure was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... From my point of view, Dubai has started and went through the right path of development. Nowadays, Dubai has become a capitalist model from its futuristic visions or plans and they always keep looking forward to being the best. It's not just because of how Dubai looks; it's about what people think about it, Dubai's objective is to satisfy them by providing the best services and safe ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 48. Under Pressure, Dubai Drops Port Deal Essay Giorgi Murusidze Dr. Paul Wilson MBA 580.60 November 2, 2010 Under Pressure, Dubai Drops Port Deal The Dubai Port World controversy began in February 2006 and rose to prominence as a national security debate in the United States. At issue was the sale of port management businesses in six major U.S. seaports to a company based in the United Arab Emirates, and whether such a sale would compromise port security. The controversy pertained to management contracts of six major United States ports. The purchaser was DP World, a state–owned company in the U.A.E. The contracts had already been foreign–owned, by Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O), a British firm taken over by DPW, completed in March 2006. Although ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... First, these ports are strategic for the country, and it is better to be managed by the US Company. Second, more US citizens will be employed. Finally, the most important factor is security. The country will be safer when these ports are managed by Americans. The safety of the country and support of domestic companies could have influence on the reversal of the ports deal. The US public concerns did not have big influence on a business decision made by a Dubai company. More influence had the political pressure. However, public concern also played its role in this case. For example, people's opinion was that foreign states, especially those related to terrorism in the past, could not be trusted with strategic American assets. Also, they thought that foreign countries should not have managerial responsibilities over ports due to divided loyalties and concerns over national independence. Accordingly, all these public opinions were reflected and expressed by the politicians whose pressure constrained Dubai Company to withdraw. Thinking that transportation takes place through a global network of companies is slightly incorrect. Ports are vulnerable to the entry of terrorists or illicit weapons because of the large number of containers that enter U.S. territory. Accordingly, no foreign government should be permitted to own such strategic assets. There are many business assets that can be owned by foreign companies and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 50. 1.Area Of Research.. . Social Media Platforms Were Few 1. Area of research. Social media platforms were few since it started to show in 1998, it grew extremely expeditious. Moreover, now, Facebook had 1.79 billion active users monthly while Instagram has 500 million active users answering the effectiveness of social media platforms in general. Also, in Kuwait, there is a rapid evolution regarding social media effect on small businesses and home businesses. Moreover, a great response from the customer 's side as well. Reaching the customers and targeting the new generation lead the marketers to utilise the benefits of social media. Building a name for a new brand meet some challenges, and the challenges of brand recognition with a small capital to start a new business, from an unused room ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, the study aims to expand on the properties available on the social media platform Instagram. Besides, how the business owners use the features on Instagram to promote their accounts. Exploring and sorting the challenges experienced by retailing business owners using social media channels to promote their products and services. Also, the most engaging and efficient social media channels to both customers and the home business owners. 3. literature review In this research the main areas are, to evaluate the effectiveness of using social media platforms as well as, the digital marketing methods utilised by the owners of the small retailing businesses and home business in the state of Kuwait. Also, to identify and classify the key issues for such e–commerce companies, and the Regulations from Ministry of Trade and Industry for this kind of online–stores. Common Social Media platforms used in the State of Kuwait In the last 15 years, social media platforms are perceiving as becoming various actual perspectives around the Arab world, and in particular, in Kuwait, it has been noticed that social media that enhance the quality of life of people moving it to another aspect where people use certain platforms for such need. In addition to Business profitability and governmental interaction with the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 52. United Arab of Emirates Country Notebook United Arab of Emirates Country Notebook Presented to Dr. Shahira El Alfy Prepared by: Mohamed Ibrahim Osama Mosher Ismail Ahmed El–Mohamady Hesham Mostafa Eslsca 36 – Global Management I. Cultural Analysis: Identification of the Emirates History: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) consists of the seven emirates, which are: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al–Khaimah, Ajman, Umm Al–Qaiwain, and Fujairah. They were united as a federal state on 2 December 1971 and formed the so called "United Arab Emirates". Before the discovery of oil and establishment of the oil economy in the early 1960s, two main orientations shaped traditional local culture: the nomadic ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Since then, the country has progressed with efforts of ensuring high literacy rates, modern programs and women's share in education. The UAE currently devotes approximately 25 percent of total federal government spending to education. Public education is free for male and female citizen children through the university level. Beginning in the academic year 2006–7, expatriate students may, for a fee, attend government schools. The UAE has one of the lowest student–to–teacher ratios (15:1) in the world. A–Primary Education Education is compulsory through the ninth grade, Citizen Children are required to attend gender–segregated schools through the sixth grade, the last grade of primary education. Primary school enrollment for males in 2006 stood at 85% and 82% of females. 97% of entrants reached the 5th grade. The Ministry of Education has adopted "Education 2020," a series of five–year plans designed to introduce advanced education techniques, improve innovative skills, and focus more on the self–learning abilities of students. As part of this program, an enhanced curriculum for mathematics and integrated science was introduced at first–grade level for the 2003– 4 academic year in all government schools. The UAE has sought to implement and monitor high quality education standards by undertaking new policies, programs and initiatives. Stressing the importance of "modern curricula with assorted and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 54. The Airline And International Airlines Before 1985, Dubai was primarily served by Gulf air. Gulf air was based out of Bahrain, a neighbouring country. It was struggling financially and began to cut back its flights to Dubai. This presented a dire need, we saw an opportunity and ceased it with utter determination and an outstanding vision. As a result, Dubai's government started the airline in 1985(McGinley,2010). The airline started with two aircrafts, which were leased by Pakistan International Airlines(PIA). PIA took administrative and its flight crew training responsibilities for Fly Emirates for the first few years of its operations(McGinley,2010). Fly Emirates began to expand. In 1990, it was the world fastest growing airline(Heasley,2010) Since its ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 4 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE AND CURRENT ECONOMIC STANDING Any investor's goal is to choice wisely given the uncertain economic times which many are facing in the aviation industry. Emirates would be a prosperous investment for you! Emirates group provides an astronomical array of services which have stood the test of time. Although we are primarily engaged in the endowment of commercial services, our operations extends far beyond that realm. Through our commercial operations; we offer in flight catering from some of the world's best cuisine providers. Our commercial air operations services are encompassed of passenger, freight and postal carriage transportation(Emirates Group,2015). Unlike most airlines, we are always expanding our knowledge and expertise to evolve our corporation and its financial success. Hence, we are actively engaged in, " wholesale and retail 5 of consumer goods, food, and beverage operations; hotel operations; and in–flight and institutional catering businesses(Emirates Group,2015)." Our exceptional services don't just end there! We are totally dedicated to providing our customers and staff with a secure and safe working environment, this is achieved by having an outstanding security program. This was highlighted by a recent survey conducted by airlinerating.com. A reputable website in the aviation industry, they monitored 407 airlines and gave a rating out of 7 for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 56. Social Media And Its Effect On Small Businesses And Home... 3. Area of research. Social media platforms were few since it started to show in 1998, it grew extremely expeditious. Moreover, now, Facebook had 1.79 billion active users monthly while Instagram has 500 million active users answering the effectiveness of social media platforms in general. Also, in Kuwait, there is a rapid evolution regarding social media effect on small businesses and home businesses. Moreover, a great response from the customer 's side as well. Reaching the customers and targeting the new generation lead the marketers to utilise the benefits of social media. Building a name for a new brand meet some challenges, and the challenges of brand recognition with a small capital to start a new business, from an unused room in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also, the study aims to expand on the properties available on the social media platform Instagram. Besides, how the business owners use the features on Instagram to promote their accounts. Exploring and sorting the challenges experienced by retailing business owners using social media channels to promote their products and services. Also, the most engaging and efficient social media channels to both customers and the home business owners. 5. literature review In this research the main areas are, to evaluate the effectiveness of using social media platforms as well as, the digital marketing methods utilised by the owners of the small retailing businesses and home business in the state of Kuwait. Also, to identify and classify the key issues for such e– commerce companies, and the Regulations from Ministry of Trade and Industry for this kind of online–stores. Common Social Media platforms used in the State of Kuwait In the last 15 years, social media platforms are perceiving as becoming various actual perspectives around the Arab world, and in particular, in Kuwait, it has been noticed that social media that enhance the quality of life of people moving it to another aspect where people use certain platforms for such need. In addition to Business profitability and governmental interaction with the society. Users do, However, the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 58. Essay About Burj Khalifa Khalifa Tower skyscraper located in the Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Burj Al Khalifa is the highest building built by man and the tallest tower in the world at altitudes of 828 meters. Began construction in the Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates September 21, 2004 was the completion of restructuring of State in the first of October 2009, and formally opened on January 4, 2010, to become the world's highest building immediately replace the Taipei 101 in Taiwan Properties The top of the tower includes a balcony view open to the public, and also the highest mosque, the higher the restaurant, and the highest swimming pool, as well as the numbers belonging to components of the tower, which co–implemented by about 12 thousand ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This entire episode takes place in one minute. I am still wondering what exactly has happened. The walk leading up to the Burj Khalifa is an amazing experience. There's this dark hallway with moving images that depict Dubai's transformation from past to present. This reminds me of Harry Potter paintings that move. The view from the top is good during the day, but we specifically choose to visit in the evening because the city is simply spectacular at night. In the picture below, the tall building is the famous The Address Hotel. The structure on the lower left of the pictuThe view from the top is good during the day, but we specifically choose to visit in the evening because the city is simply spectacular at night. In the picture below, the tall building is the famous The Address Hotel. The structure on the lower left of the picture is Dubai Mallre is Dubai Mall . If you're in Dubai, don't miss going At The Top. in the last .. i like to say for my friend to vist this most beautiful tower in the world and tallest tower in the world . i like this burj so much and i think if u vist this tower u will also like it . so if you went to dubai Don't forget to vist this tower ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 60. The Burj Al Arab, A Glass And Steel Skyscraper The Burj Al Arab, a glass and steel skyscraper (Ingersoll 2013, 935), was developed during a time period of rapid expansion in the United Arab Emirates, and in Dubai (Bagaeen 2007, 173–197), and was completed in 1999 (Welch 2014) by the Jumeirah International Group, Architect Tom Wright (McBride 2000, 118), and the Atkins Company (Ingersoll 2013, 935). The Burj Khalifa is 160 stories or 630 meters tall (Ingersoll 2013, 937). The Burj Khalifa is the tallest artificial structure in the world. It is a mixed–use tower that primarily houses office and residential space (Baker 2010, 46), the tip reaches 828 meters (Alfred 2010, 66), and the Burj Khalifa was inaugurated January 4, 2010 (Baker 2010, 46). Like the Burj Al Arab, the Burj Khalifa was designed by a western architect, Adrian Smith, and the architecture firm, Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill (Ingersoll 2013, 937). In this industrial age of mega development, in the nondemocratic United Arab Emirates, mega projects are hastily and irresponsibly built with little consideration of their regional negative impacts or sustainability. In the United Arab Emirates, and in lesser developed countries around the world, their primitive political structures have many holes which are exploited by the few with power. Before finding oil, the United Arab Emirates was a poor nation and their economy relied heavily on fishing and a declining pearl industry (BBC, 2015). After offshore petroleum was discovered in 1966, the oil industry's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 62. Aviation Geography |Subject |Aviation Geography | |Professor |Dr. Olgun Cicek | |Title |United Arab Emirates | |Date |18th May 2008 | |Group members |Rashid sharafuddin | Table of contents: |Abstract ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Abstract: This research is about the geography of the U.A.E. It talks about the physical features of the U.A.E. such as the location, demography, climate, regions etc. It also includes information about the cultural factors such as their lifestyle, language spoken etc. We will also included information about the demand and supply of travel and tourism which has many sub divisions. 2. Introduction: A country in the middle of the world in an area called the Middle East, the U.A.E. is a flourishing destination in all aspects. The country has a very brief history behind it with just a couple of decades in the past to talk about. But since the old days where U.A.E was regarded as a desert land and rightly so, it has evolved into a completely new world. 3. Findings: 3.1 Physical features: 3.1.1 Introduction: The United Arab Emirates ancient history cannot be separated from the greater history of Oman and the Arabian Gulf which stretches back for thousands of years. Excavation and archaeological finds in many places in the United Arab Emirates prove that a great civilization has prospered in this area dating back to about 4,000 BC and that this civilization had contacts and exchange with other neighboring civilizations. In medieval history this area, consisting of parts of the Arabian Peninsula, was the domicile of Arab tribes.
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  • 65. Emirates Airlines Mission Statement Introduction The company that I have chosen is Emirates Airline. The foundation of Emirates Airline started in the offices of Dnata, when in 1978 Mr Maurice Flanagan became the director and general manager of Dnata. Dnata is a company offering aircraft ground handling, cargo, travel, and flight catering services across five continents. In 1984 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Mr Flanagan discussed launching an airline in Dubai and with just a 10–man team he produced the business plan for the new airline. The names he proposed were Dubai Airlines or Emirates airline. Finally the decision was made and Sheik Mohammed opted for the Emirates Airlines and decided to launch it on top of the Dnata, which was already settled in the Airline ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Even though Emirates Airlines has had some crisis during their evolution such as the 2001 terrorist attacks which led to the cancellation of all flights going to America. Emirates Airlines have always resisted the temptation of merging and acquisitions. The main reason of avoiding merging and acquisition is mainly because it would lower their flexibility and future decisions would have been done with outside partners. I believe that this ambition of looking at the future has brought them even more up in the airlines markets. Free Competition Emirates Airlines have also decided to allow free competition. This decision has brought benefits for the Airline because the fact of raising competition would mean raise the standards. By doing this they have putted them in a great position because I believe that they are the leaders in continuous innovation and development within the industry. Courage
  • 66. Another main strength of Emirates Airline is their courage in such market and the fact they were never scared of the other competing airlines, such as British Airlines or ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 68. Essay Leadership Characteristics Leadership Characteristics Executive summary: Since early beginning of the last century, the leadership has emerged as an important issue in the business regard of the dramatic transformation in the world economy. Thus far, the following report represents an attempt to shed the light on the leadership issue. In order to provide a hint of the leadership meaning, the report will demonstrate brief idea about some of the leadership theories which perceive the leadership skills form different view. The report then will identify certain characteristics that should be attained in the personality of the leader which ensure his successful. The requisite of the contemporary leadership skills has ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The remarkable differences between the trait and behavioural theory are that the last one emphasises on both the accomplishment of the task as the main indications for the leader success, and employees' satisfaction, Situational leadership: According to this theory, the effectiveness of the leader is significantly correlated with situational factors which restrict the performance of the leader positively or negatively. In other words, "the efficiency of leader's skills or traits are determined by the situation in which leaders exercise leadership" (Dessler,1976), These factors are: – Follower's contributions. – The availability and the utilization of the resources. However, creating the harmonisation and the collaboration between the situational factors and the leader are essential to determine leader's effectiveness. Contingency Theories: basically, the assumption of this theory, that the behaviour of the leader can not be standardised, instead, the leader should consider situational factors. The success of the leader in this theory is measured by the ability of leader to adopt such a style to achieve certain task with a consideration to the followers. This theory was the beginning of new view of leadership; based on this assumption other contingency theories were emerged such as, Fiedler's concept of situational favourability (1967), which ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 70. The Impact Of Social Media Platforms In The Arab World In the last 15 years, social media platforms becoming as original and actual perspectives around the Arab world, and in particular, in Kuwait, it has been noticed that social media that enhance the quality of life of people moving it to another aspect where people use certain platforms for such need. They also impact business profitability and governmental interaction with society. The Arab Knowledge Economy Report in (2015,2016), stated that about 226 million of Internet users in the Arab world expected by 2018. Moreover, around the world, the expanding of Social Media transpiring every day. In contrast, the internet users use social media platforms over different types of devices, besides the social media affects all age group with much ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The UAE Vice–President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, launched the Arab Social Media Influencers Summit, which is the leading event of its kind in the Middle East specialised in social media channels and for influencers. A report on the most preferred social media programs in the Arab countries mentioned the most common social media platforms in Kuwait, like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, Google Plus, Snapchat, YouTube and LinkedIn. The report describes very well users' engagements in these programs and each Arab country perfectly. The study also covers the active users of social media aged 15+ years that currently use at least one platform on a normal basis as well as specialists in the fields of media and communication. According to the report, 41% chose WhatsApp as the most commonly used channel beyond the Arab World, as chatting is a significant popular activity amid users in the Arab world, followed by reading posts added by other users. Perhaps Facebook takes the place of WhatsApp in the top position for the most preferred channel in some countries such as North Africa–Arabian countries, but in Kuwait, WhatsApp is the leading platform, according to that report. Ali Al Moosawi, in (2015), mentioning that social networking is easy if used correctly and that the outcomes depend ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...