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Six ways to prepare for any future pandemic

26 July 2021
At a time when many companies are working remotely, operating at limited capacity, or shut down completely. Despite these setbacks, there are ways to make the most of the current circumstances and continue growing your business during the COVID-19...

JAFZA extends UBO submission

8 April 2021
JAFZA extends UBO submission details deadline to 15th April 2021

Technology of the future for accounting

29 August 2020
Technology of the future for accounting  

 Consulting during Covid 19

15 August 2020
Consulting during Covid-19 

What 2021 might look like for UAE businesses?

1 August 2020
Even though the UAE has unveiled a series of stimulus measures to help businesses stay afloat during Covid-19, the economic downturn caused by the pandemic has taken a toll on consumer behaviour. Many businesses have been severely affected by Covid-...

RECAP OF VAT IN THE UAE

23 June 2019
VAT IN THE UAE: A RECAP OF HOW THE EMIRATES’ FIRST TAX PERFORMED IN THE LAST YEAR   Introduction

A LOOK AT FEW VAT ISSUES IN HOTELS

20 September 2018
Hotel guests in the country are subjected to five per cent VAT, in addition to the existing 20 per cent municipality fee and service charges combined, making the average room rates costlier. Additionally, various leisure activities have seen pricing...

Timing Disruption: The Stepping Stone Strategy

20 August 2018
There are times when everything changes in business – when this happens it is often sudden, surprising and sometimes overwhelming. These moments are the strategic inflection points that can result in a company rocketing to success or being left...

People strategies for success in a rapidly shifting global climate

6 August 2018
  One issue stands out for every middle-market business that operates internationally: the struggle to find and retain the most skilled and innovative employees — those who will drive growth and company performance.

To thrive with machines, become more human: Four ways for business leaders to enable their workforce

23 July 2018
While some cry foul and worry about the woes of a ‘useless class,’ as the historian Yuval Noah Harari puts it, others welcome widespread automation because they consider most current human labour mind-numbing.

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