Beth Burrows

ARTICLES

3 years ago

Jetting Ahead

Private tuition is on the rise, with an elite army of flying-skiing-yachting tutors on call to deliver first class education. There is a new trend emerging amongst MENA’s wealthy families. Not the...
3 years ago

France's Sovereign Wealth Fund To Invest $150 Million In Prince Alwaleed's Kingdom Holding

In a move highlighting their strategic relationship, France’s Sovereign Wealth Fund has agreed to invest a minimum of $150 million in Saudi’s Kingdom Holding Company, an organization owned by Prince...
3 years ago

Going With The Flow

At the heart of Botswana’s Kalahari Desert lies the Okavango Delta, the river that never reaches the sea and home to one of Africa’s most exciting ecosystems. The lion may be king of the jungle, but...
3 years ago

Etihad’s Battle For The Skies Reaches New Heights

Etihad Airways has urged the US government to ‘keep the skies open’ in response to calls from America’s ‘Big Three’ airlines for policy changes that would block international competition. Etihad...
3 years ago

Arab Women Rank Among The 100 Most Powerful In The World

From Elizabeth Holmes—the world’s youngest female self-made billionaire—to long-time Forbes fixture Oprah Winfrey, Forbes’ Top 100 Most Powerful Women list features the fiercest leading ladies from...
3 years ago

A Font Of Creation

Pascal Zoghbi, founder of 29LT, has his pen poised, ready to launch an assault on the typography industry. On a flying visit to London, Pascal Zoghbi, founder of multilingual typography business...
3 years ago

Taking Stock

Next month the Tadawul opens up to foreign investors. Restrictions remain, but it's good news for Saudi CEOs. Hype is mounting as Saudi Arabia edges towards June 15. For the first time the Middle...
3 years ago

Timeless Treasures

Rare Rolexes with Middle Eastern credentials are enjoying a timely comeback as part of the Crown Collection. When asked to name a luxury watchmaker, chances are the first thing that springs to mind...