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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

7 months ago

Bahrain Aiming To Roll-Out Commercial 5G By June

Bahrain could be one of the first countries in the world to provide commercial 5G services after announcing yesterday that it intends to roll it out in June this year.
7 months ago

Lebanon Ranks Highest In MENA For Early-stage Entrepreneurial Activity

Of the population surveyed in summer last year, nearly one in four adults in Lebanon was either starting or running a new business.
7 months ago

Hyundai To Introduce App-Based Digital Key

South Korean motor company, Hyundai, is introducing new technology that will allow drivers to unlock and start their car via their smartphone.
7 months ago

HPE Announces First Next-Generation Innovation Center In The UAE

HPE  will work with local and global partners to create technological concepts, develop them into an actionable “proof of value” and accelerate the “idea-to-production” lifecycle.
8 months ago

SAS Announces $1 Billion Investment In AI

The investment will focus on research and development innovation, education initiatives and expert services to help equip business leaders and data scientists for the future of AI.
8 months ago

Saudi Arabia Begins Phasing Into FTSE Russell and S&P Dow Jones Emerging Market Indices

Investment inflows resulting from the index inclusion is expected to further enhance liquidity and trading in the Saudi market, diversifying opportunities for issuers and investors.
8 months ago

UAE Leads The Middle East In Quality Of Living For The 7th Consecutive Year

Dubai and Abu Dhabi are the best cities to live in, thanks to high marks in political and social environment, business environment, education and public services.
8 months ago

Transformation, Optimisation And Restructuring Top Of Mind For Middle East Retail CEOs

Technology, changing consumer behaviors and an uncertain economic and geopolitical landscape are the issues at the top the region’s retail CEOs’ minds for this year, according to PwC.