Welcome to the February-March issue of Yalla! magazine. The exhibition schedule is busy as ever, with Gulfood, the Big 5 Construct Saudi, Dubai International Boat Show, DIMDEX, and many more set to take place as we hurtle towards Ramadan (around March 10th).
Aliya Rajah revisits goal-setting strategies, keeping your New Year resolutions on track. Statistics show 80% have typically crumbled by February.
Bestselling author Amy Chambers explores the decision-making habits that define highly successful people. She notes seven different values that help them make good decisions quickly in any scenario – and you can adopt them too!
Katy Holmes writes about the ever-multiplying number of networking groups becoming available in Dubai. With countless options to match your interests, time remains limited and you can’t do it all. Katy offers insights on selecting the right networking groups and maximising the benefits they offer.
Ayham Gorani features as The Founder of Pemo, a software platform that’s saving MENA businesses the hassle of tracking corporate expenses. Pemo packs every invoice, expense, approval and spending decision into one powerful platform.
The customer life cycle can get complicated in marketing circles, often described with five-stage funnels. We break it down into the essential three stages that every business needs to address.
Freddie Pullen interviews Daniel Priestley – author of four best-selling books on entrepreneurship, and co-founder of Dent Global, one of the world’s top business accelerators.
Phil Bedford explains why responding quickly is so vital in all your communications.
Corina Goetz brings you another roundup of Gulf news, facts, and events.
Finishing up in our graphics studio, we’ve been working on corporate apparel for French energy giants, EDF. And our Portfolio showcases the Corporate Profile we designed and printed for Al Bahar Construction in Kuwait.
Enjoy! And Ramadan Mubarak in advance.