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Published
12 April 2016

Family-owned businesses flourishing in Kingdom

Family businesses will grow further and flourish in the Kingdom, says a top Saudi industrialist. Anees Ahmed Moumina, CEO of SEDCO Holding Group, expressed this optimism on the sidelines of the Family Owned Business Forum at the Jeddah Hilton on Monday.

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Published
Apr 12, 2016

Management, ownership separation key to sustain family-businesses growth

Family-owned businesses contribute approximately 90 percent to the Saudi economy. However, challenges faced by such family-owned businesses range from finding talent, failure to distinguish management and ownership, and sustaining growth, among others. This was disclosed at the third edition of the annual “Family-Owned Business Forum” where business owners and experts discussed ways to overcome challenges and explore future prospects.

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Published
11 April 2016

British expert charts way forward for Saudi family businesses, CMA

"Family-owned businesses are much more stable than listed companies," he said in a conversation with Dr. Eihab H. Abou Rokba, chairman of the Family Owned Business Forum, and with Asya Alshaikh, founder and CEO of Tamkeen Development and Management Consulting, in Jeddah on Saturday.

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Published
Tuesday 26 March 2013

Tamkeen CEO: Companies need to boost CSR expertise

Achieving sustainability is the core of corporate social responsibility (CSR) worldwide, according to Tamkeen Company CEO Asya Al-Ashaikh. “CSR must offer solutions for the various challenges the country is facing, and offer support and motivation in order to further activate its role in the development process,” she said in an exclusive interview with Diana Al-Jassem of Arab News.

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Date: February 14, 2014

Nahyan bin Mubarak honors winners
University of Sharjah is making centers first and third prize in the (Siemens)
Source: Abu Dhabi – WAM

HE Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development, the significant contribution played by the German company Siemens the world in building the UAE economy and the organization of scientific competitions between students in different parts of the world, and the price of selected last month Masdar City in Abu Dhabi to be the headquarters as its chairman in the region Arabic on leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

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Published
Thursday 4 July 2013

‘Grace period in interest of businesses’

Saudi businesswomen lauded the decision to extend the grace period, while emphasizing the need for authorities to allow female dependents to work and the need to address the problems faced by expatriates and nationals during the previous three-month amnesty period.

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‘Grace period in interest of businesses’

Saudi businesswomen lauded the decision to extend the grace period, while emphasizing the need for authorities to allow female dependents to work and the need to address the problems faced by expatriates and nationals during the previous three-month amnesty period.

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‘Grace period in interest of businesses’

Saudi businesswomen lauded the decision to extend the grace period, while emphasizing the need for authorities to allow female dependents to work and the need to address the problems faced by expatriates and nationals during the previous three-month amnesty period.

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‘Grace period in interest of businesses’

Saudi businesswomen lauded the decision to extend the grace period, while emphasizing the need for authorities to allow female dependents to work and the need to address the problems faced by expatriates and nationals during the previous three-month amnesty period.

Read More

 


 

‘Grace period in interest of businesses’

Saudi businesswomen lauded the decision to extend the grace period, while emphasizing the need for authorities to allow female dependents to work and the need to address the problems faced by expatriates and nationals during the previous three-month amnesty period.

Read More

 


 

‘Grace period in interest of businesses’

Saudi businesswomen lauded the decision to extend the grace period, while emphasizing the need for authorities to allow female dependents to work and the need to address the problems faced by expatriates and nationals during the previous three-month amnesty period.

Read More