We can hear it every day and read it in the news headlines claiming an economic downturn is looming on the horizon. But let’s be honest, what have we learn from history? Are we acting-wise?
The Middle East is very diverse and one of the most developed countries is the United Arab Emirates. The number of citizens grown steady over the last years, the development of infrastructure, hotels, and businesses have grown in two digits per year. Time to look into the population 2018 statistics.
The Fifa World Cup is set to take place in Qatar in 2022. Since the bid was accepted, Qatar has hit the headlines on numerous occasions – here are the shocking stats surrounding the builds so far.
In a year’s time, Dubai will be hosting the ﬁrst World Expo ever held in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asian region. Starting October 20, 2020, Dubai will host this world event for 173 days, until April 10, 2021 and will bring together the best innovations, trade practices, environmentally friendly products and clean energy solutions from all over the world.
There is no denying that the internet revolution has made the world a tiny village so to say. The internet, as we know it, has made a lot of processes simpler especially in the sector of information dispensation. How are can we see that the world wide web is benefiting seniors in their daily life, the answer might give us today’s post.
Personality tests are used by many people in business, recruiting, and any kind of team organization. Learning more about what motivates you, your interests, and even your shortcomings can help you better develop your skills.
How do you start your day? We all have to start our day at some point (albeit some much earlier than others), however, everyone seems to start theirs differently, even the world’s most successful people.
Super Bowl is the largest sports event happening in the U.S. watched by over 150 million people. Super Bowl LIII was not an exception and polarized the majority of its fans directly live in front to their TV.
Carpe diem – or at least your lunch break. In the grand scheme of things, an hour doesn’t seem like a significant amount of time. However, even allocating just 30 minutes of your lunch break to a productive activity every day can help you get ahead.