Responsible Business Travel: New Surveyuncovers Travelers’ Requirements
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – 5 July 2021 — While 96 percent of global business travelers are willing to travel for business over the next 12 months, addressing their demands for flexibility may prove essential for companies’ long-term success.This is according tonew research commissioned by SAP Concur which highlights global business traveler enthusiasm to return to the road, while pointing to what companies are doing—and need to do—to ensure a productive return to responsible business travel.
Group commits to seven of 17 SDGs and 10 principles of UN Global Compact
July4, 2021 –Wilo Middle East (WME), a UAE-based provider of pumps and pump systems for the building services, water management, and industrial sectors, has reaffirmedits commitmentin the areas of sustainability and climate protectionto help advance sustainabilityin the UAE and theMiddle Eastin 2021.
BFL Group expands into Ras Al Khaimah with launch of first Brands For Less store in the emirate
Newly opened branch has an area of 19,140 sq. ft., making it the group’s biggest stand-alone store
As part of its ongoing efforts to expand its customer base and position itself as one of the top retail companies in the UAE, BFL (Brands For Less) Group has brought for the first time its flagship store Brands For Less into the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah. With an area of about 19,140 sq. ft., the new Brands For Less branchis the largest department store of BFL Group comprising Homes For Less, Toys For Less and Muy Mucho. The establishmenthas a wide array of brandedmerchandise such as all types of clothing, home essentials, toys, and more, which can be bought at an affordable rate.
Two out of three people in the UAE intend to lose weight this summer (10.3 kg on average)
Dubai, UAE —In a survey conducted by Allurion amongst 1,000 people aged 18 – 65 in the UAE, it was brought to light that 67% of the population intends to lose weight this summer with a significant average of 10.3Kg. The report also stated that the Coronavirus pandemic has been at the catalyst of the community’s weight concerns. During the time of lockdown, restricted movement and additional personal stress, altered the communities approach to food, making way for a new normal of heightened snacking, and thus a trend of indulgence and worrying health complications.