While the MENA region has yet to achieve many a milestone in the modus operandi of government and public services, GCC is an exception to that in that this region has observed several important improvements to government and public sector operational models.
Some of the challenges faced by the healthcare sector in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region include lack of healthcare workforce to meet the needs of the growing population, limited access to healthcare in rural areas, rising costs of healthcare, chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, healthcare infrastructure in rural areas, stringent healthcare regulations, IT infrastructure not well-equipped with HER/EMR, etc.
The consumer sector in the MENA region has been undergoing significant changes in recent years, driven by a combination of economic, demographic, and technological factors.
Over the recent years, the world has seen several important developments in the TMT business, 5G being one of the most important one.
The industrial landscape in the GCC countries has evolved significantly in recent years, driven by a combination of government policies, market forces, and technological advancements.
Middle East has world leading markets such as Dubai when it comes to precious metals and stones consumer fashion. Naturally, the regulation of such high volume of business is also top notch and expectations from market players are high.
MENA region has seen enormous evolution of real estate over the last two decades.
The impact of Russo-Ukrainian war last year is pervasive on Exchange House business around the world.
During 2023, the deterioration of economic output and the escalation of interest rates will result in more trying circumstances for the finance houses.
The way technology is changing the way insurance providers work is unprecedented. The traditional demarcation of life, health and non-life has diversified to give way to a vast array in terms of lines of business.