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Dubai Financial Services Authority To Host RegTech Live Event (27 May 2020)
The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) will be hosting a virtual event on the 2nd and 3rd of June. The event, RegTech Live: Driving Compliance Through Innovation, will be held in partnership with the Dubai International Financial Centre Authority (DIFCA).

Dubai Tourism, Stakeholders Discuss Post-Pandemic Steps, Strategies To Support Industry Revival (26 May 2020)
Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) held a virtual meeting with key aviation and hospitality partners to discuss current and post-pandemic strategies and joint initiatives aimed at ensuring the tourism industry’s gradual return to normalcy.

How Restaurants Can Boost Their Profitability (24 May 2020)
What’s the secret to a restaurant’s longevity?

Hamdan Bin Mohammed Praises Team Behind Innovative UAE-Made Medical Ventilators (23 May 2020)
Sheikh Hamdan’s remarks came as he reviewed the prototype of an innovative medical ventilator fully designed and assembled in the UAE by a specialised team of local and international experts from DFF in collaboration with public and private institutions and research centers.

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How Do You Rely On Your Smartphone In The UAE During The New Normal?

We are experiencing life in the UAE like never before under the new normal. Working remotely and staying at home due to social distancing rules has helped us to become closer with our immediate families. It also means we cannot meet our friends and loved ones like we used to. But just because we are physically apart from extended family and friends, it doesn’t mean that we have to be away from them completely. This is where modern technology and the latest smartphones can step in and help us be more connected than ever. Now you can continue to make precious memories by staying in touch with your friends and family while social distancing as well as get work done faster. This might be the new normal for most of us but with the power of the HUAWEI P40 Pro it does not mean you miss out on life.Let’s take a closer look at how you can rely on the HUAWEI P40 Pro and its amazing features to do more.


How to proceed the sourcing from China to restart work and production after China’s new travel restriction? ECVV has got the answer.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries announced mandatory quarantine and have temporarily suspended their offline trading and business activities, but not all business activities can be suspended for an indefinite period. Global buyers still have to purchase industrial products and semi-finished products from China to continue production and to help their workforce return to work.


What are Best Foreign Currencies to Exchange When Visiting Dubai?

While it’s strange to countenance tourism hotspots in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown measures, there’s little doubt that nations across the globe are beginning to tentatively reopen their borders to international travellers.


The ’New Normal’: Dubai’s reopening after the Corona Wave

Among many uncertainties which go along with the Corona Pandemic, one thing is for sure: Life as we knew it is a thing of the past. The way Dubai has handled this crisis – both the government as well as the public – is unparalleled and holds a role model status on a global scale. Now as the current curve of infections has reached an all-time low, the city is gradually coming back to life. In foresight of the fact that the threat of the Corona 19 virus might be here to stay, the authorities are implementing long-term measures. What these are, how they will affect our daily life and which public areas will open soon, are the topics of the article.


How Telemedicine Can Be A Silver Bullet Post COVID-19

In March, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. In many countries including the UAE, a stay at home order was implemented and a big number of industries were affected as a result, including the healthcare industry. However, this restriction of movement saw a need to adopt new ways of service delivery or expand the existing but less-used service lines.


Emirates SkyCargo’s global network grows to 75 destinations

Emirates SkyCargo has expanded its weekly scheduled cargo flight operations to cover 75 destinations across six continents.Some of the destinations recently included are Colombo, Conakry, Dakar, Dhaka, Dublin, Khartoum, Kuala Lumpur, Perth and Quito. Through its wider reach, Emirates SkyCargo says it is able to transport essential commodities and other urgently needed cargo more rapidly across the world, allowing exporters and importers across markets to benefit from direct access to widebody cargo capacity. In addition, Emirates SkyCargo has also upped frequency of flights to several key destinations such as Amsterdam, Beijing, Bengaluru, Brussels, Chennai, Chicago, Frankfurt, Hanoi, Johannesburg and London, allowing businesses more choice and flexibility in having their cargo shipped to customers and supplementing additional cargo capacity for the transport of urgent and necessary goods.


UAE Volunteers campaign attracts 9,828 field volunteers, 5,306 specialists

The UAE Volunteers campaign has attracted a total of 16,502 individuals, including 9,828 field volunteers and 5,306 medical volunteers, from more than 126 nationalities residing in the UAE a mere month after its launch in April. The campaign launched by the Higher National Committee for Regulating Volunteering during Crisis, chaired by H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, supports medical teams in the field in light of the current circumstances and as part of the ongoing national efforts to counter the spread of COVID-19.


MBRGI reveals that its Healthcare & Disease Control projects benefited 7.5 million globally in 2019

The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI) announced its Healthcare and Disease Control projects and programmes touched the lives of 7.5 million people across the world in 2019, with a total spending of AED118 million. The Foundation’s numerous Healthcare and Disease Control initiatives and programmes work to eradicate infectious diseases that threaten wellbeing and hinder development in disadvantaged societies, through providing medical services to the most vulnerable groups, such as women, children and the elderly. The two main entities, Al Jalila Foundation and Noor Dubai, lead MBRGI’s Healthcare & Disease Control efforts.


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