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Claudine Coletti

Managing Editor

Claudine Coletti is the Managing Editor for Forbes Middle East, focused on planning, writing and commissioning content to delve into the region’s most important sectors and analyze its key markets through the lens of Forbes Middle East’s unique style. Claudine excels at engaging with entrepreneurs and business leaders to uncover their journeys and tell their stories. She maintains an extensive business network, working with journalists from across the Gulf and building relationships with PR, industry experts and consultants.

ARTICLES

2 months ago

Turnover Among Global CEOs At A Record High

Over the last five years the average tenure of a CEO has dropped to five years, compared to eight years in 2008.
2 months ago

Good Times Ahead: UAE Investors Are Feeling Optimistic

83% of investors are optimistic about the local economy and 78% are optimistic about the global economy.
3 months ago

Like It But Don’t Trust It? 55% Of Middle East Leaders Pilot AI, But Only For Easy Choices

Over half of surveyed leaders have already started to pilot AI projects within their companies, but half of them are unsure that it makes the right decisions.
3 months ago

4 Talent Trends To Look Out For As Automation Disrupts, Well, Everything

More than half of leaders globally are expecting automation and AI to replace one in five jobs in their organizations, leading to major disruption in their talent pools.
3 months ago

Having Mastered The MBA, The University Of Manchester Is Branching Out

Randa Bessiso, Director-Middle East at the University of Manchester, brought its world-renowned MBA  to the region to vast success. Now she’s preparing to expand.
3 months ago

From The Mouths Of The World’s Most Successful Leaders – What Makes Them So Good?

Many of the world’s most successful business leaders and motivators are generous when it comes to sharing their secrets.
4 months ago

Expo 2020 Could Bring $33.3 billion Into The UAE’s Economy

In the six months of the event, a report by EY calculates that Expo 2020 will contribute approximately 1.5% to the UAE’s annual GDP.
4 months ago

34% Of Tech-Savvy UAE Users Are Spending Up To 5hrs A Day On Social Media

The most common social media activities are messaging friends and family (50%), watching videos (44%), and learning new skills (38%).