Business Chief MEA - August issue out now

By Georgia Wilson
Welcome to the August Edition of Business Chief Middle East and Africa...

Welcome to the August Edition of Business Chief Middle East and Africa! 

This month's cover piece is an interview with Saltuk Benderlioglu, the Director of Information and Communication Technology at Al Khalij bank, where he discusses in depth what constitutes a next generation bank. "To be the 'next generation bank’ is to be a step ahead of where we are in the financial services market in which we operate.” 

We also had the opportunity to speak with Shahar Markovitch, the Chief Digital and Information Officer of EL AL Israel Airlines. In this issue he shares that “EL AL’s overall goal is to be the smartest airline for the startup nation.” Read on to discover what makes a smart airline. 

In our lead feature piece, we check in with Tetiana Miroshnychenko to discuss the progression of Zoetis’ A.L.P.H.A initiative, and how it generates sustainability, as well as improving the lives of women. 

Elsewhere, we look at the top 10 CEOs across the Middle East and Africa, and delve deeper into Nigeria’s largest city — Lagos. 

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Featured Articles

Top 10 largest revenue generating family businesses in MENAT

From the UAE to Turkey, these family firms are the largest by revenue in MENAT and cover everything from energy to entertainment

Top 10 metaverse projects in the UAE, including world firsts

As Accenture predicts the metaverse will fuel a US$1 trilion commerce opportunity by 2025, we round up 10 pioneering metaverse projects in the UAE

PwC’s survey shows Middle East CEOs remain upbeat on growth

CEOs in the Middle East are far more optimistic about regional growth than those in North America and Europe, according to PwC’s annual survey

Opinion: “Why we must tackle the digital skills crisis"

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5 Mins With: Kathryn Kaminsky Vice Chair Trust Solutions PwC

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Survey: The Future of Cloud Security in the Middle East

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