Latest in Tag: Forbes Highlight
Latest in Tag: Forbes
It is the right time to be in Egypt in light of the positive developments of the investment climate, according to Al Omian
Forbes Middle East unveiled in its April issue its 2017 rankings of the richest Arabs and the Arab world’s richest families.
500 Startups and Cairo Angels top supporters of startups in Egypt
The Dallas Cowboys have overtaken Real Madrid as the world’s most valuable sports team. It’s the first time a non-soccer club has risen to top spot since Forbes Magazine created its ranking in 2011.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has held on to the top spot of the Forbes list of the 100 Most Powerful Women for the sixth consecutive time. It was a record year for China, which saw nine women make the top 100.
American publisher Christopher Forbes has brought his Napoleon III collection of 2,000 art objects back to Paris for auction. It has allowed the Emperor into the Opera Garnier for the first time.
The businesses they pioneer cover 25 sectors, with the majority in technology, banking, industrials, and automobiles, said Forbes
Ahead of the Suez Canal expansion celebration, some international media outlets shed light on the new inauguration. Some reported the facts, and threw in their own and experts views and opinions on it. Daily News Egypt outlines a number of newspapers that talked about the event ahead of its official opening on 6 August. “Today …
The country did not make it to the list of the ‘Top Private Companies Making an Impact’
According to Forbes Middle East’s counts, the total worth of the Egyptian Sawiris family is $13.2bn
A global survey of business leaders shows that technology choices increase communication and profitability
Forbes Middle East published its Power 500 list, giving an account of the region’s top 500 companies, and Egypt scored 34 times
Saudis women dominate ‘The Most Influential Arab Women in Family Business’ rankings, no Egyptians made the list
Of these billionaires, 442 live in the United States, with 386 in Asia and the Pacific, 366 in Europe, and 123 in the Middle East.