Studies and reports

An exclusive survey conducted by YouGov for online shopping platform AliExpress has found that 39 percent of people feel anxiety about returning to work or school following the summer holidays.

The lifting of the ban on women driving in Saudi Arabia is nothing less than a historical milestone. Close to a quarter (24%) of women have already applied for a driving license since the country started issuing licenses to female motorists in June 2018. Although the majority have not applied yet, 61% of those say they intend to apply for a driving license in the future.

Expo Centre Sharjah will host a variety of major international events, which includes economic and cultural exhibitions and conferences, during the fourth quarter of this year. The agenda of events will begin with the MidEast Watch and Jewellery show in October and end on December 14 with the China Trade Week.

Saxo Bank, the leading Fintech specialist focused on multi-asset trading and investment, has revealed its UAE-based female trader clients have increased by 139 per cent since December 2016, with women now constituting 10 per cent of all Saxo Bank-registered online traders in the UAE – up from eight per cent in December 2016.

UAE business leaders and risk managers are adopting flexible real estate strategies to grow their company and mitigate against risk, according to a new study by International Workplace Group (IWG), the parent group of leading workspace companies including Regus.