نيرمين عباس

Nermeen Abbas

Researcher at Forbes Middle East

ARTICLES

1 week ago

Meet The Company That Built An AUM Portfolio Of $1B In Just 3 Years

GuestReady Group's real estate portfolio in Dubai has reached $64.5 million, just one year after launching its holiday home management services in the city.
By Nermeen Abbas 2 min read
2 months ago

From Car-racing To Skating, These Arab Female Sportswomen Are Breaking The Barriers

Arab female athletes are breaking the glass ceiling, leaving their mark in significantly male-dominated sports such as weightlifting, car racing, football, skating along with many other fields.
By Nermeen Abbas 15 min read
2 months ago

Arab Women Behind Jewelry Brands

Arab female jewelry designers are continuing to gain international acclaim, with many of their designs being seen on high-profile celebrities around the globe.
By Nermeen Abbas 13 min read
3 months ago

These Are The Top Brands In MENA

Technology giants WhatsApp and YouTube dominated in the three Arab countries with WhatsApp improving its rank within the UAE and YouTube in Egypt. Both remain in the same spot as last year in KSA.
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read
3 months ago

86-year-old King Kong Poster Expected To Collect $60,000 At Auction

London auction house, Sotheby’s is attracting animation lovers with a new sale offering original movie posters from blockbuster, science fiction and animation classics.
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read
3 months ago

This European Jewel Is A Favourite Holiday Destinations Among Gulf Travelers

Hamburg recorded more than 15,700 overnight stays from Gulf visitors between January and April 2019—an annual increase of 3.4%.
By Nermeen Abbas 5 min read
3 months ago

Hub71 And Techstars Launch Their First Joint Accelerator Program In Abu Dhabi

10 startups will partake in an intensive 13-week course and be given the opportunity to receive funding to grow their businesses.
By Nermeen Abbas 3 min read
4 months ago

Social Media Giants Tighten Their Restrictions To Fight Online Bullying With AI

Instagram is rolling out a new feature, powered by AI, which will notify people when their comment may be considered offensive before it is posted.
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read