Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company (KIPIC) is a subsidiary of KPC (Kuwait Petroleum Company). Kuwait is investing US$30 billion to build and manage an integrated energy complex with two facilities in one, it will not only be a refinery but will also process petrochemicals for downstream industrial use.
MAF Finance is the consumer financing arm of Majid Al Futtaim but it is not a consumer-facing brand. It’s most well-known brand is the Najm suite of credit cards. Majid Al Futtaim was seeking to expand and diversify their consumer financing business beyond credit cards, to include pre-paid cards, personal loans, car loans, insurance and remittance services.
Data plays an ever increasing role in business these days, banks and telecommunication companies, in fact any data-dependent business needs their data to be securely stored, updated and easily accessed. Data centers such as Datamena offer a safe, secure and cost effective way to house this invaluable data.
Diversifying for the future and celebrating the past. AlYaum is a multi-faceted media company in Saudi Arabia. Started in 1965 as a weekly magazine, becoming a daily newspaper in 1978. Today AlYaum Holding has grown to include three newspapers, multiple magazines, a commercial publishing house, a printing press, training centre, outdoor media, logistics and real estate companies.
Jebel Ali Primary School was founded in 1978. For nearly 40 years, this “not-for-profit” School has been a top-tier school with a reputation for excellence in primary education. In July 2016, the school will move to a purpose built campus and will expand to offer the National Curriculum for England from Early Years through to A Levels.
Malta is an evolving and highly competitive Telco market. GO became a quad play operator through the merging of 4 distinct companies in 2006 and spent a few years trying to build a cohesive culture and identity as GO. A new brand marque was launched in 2007 but there was no significant drive to build a brand either internally or externally. More recently, a new corporate strategy was put in place to create change across the organisation and address issues of inefficiency, productivity, culture and market share.