Al Bahja Constructions, which is a registered vendor for Oman Rail is on the lookout for new opportunities for collaboration especially in Ùˆarine and Ù‚ailways, says Hilal Salim Al Sinani, Chairman of Al Bahja Construction, Engineering and Trading.
The 2014 edition of Best Performing Companies Survey by OER’s sister publication Alam al-ktisad Wal A’mal (AIWA) reflects the growing diversity of Oman’s corporate sector with companies from a wide range of industries coming on top. Akshay Bhatnagar reports. Sixty-four companies listed on the Muscat Securities Market (MSM) were in contention for the top positions […]
In order to promote Omani products in overseas markets, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, PEIE, Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI) and Ithraa have devised an integrated plan.
Diana Krall performed at the Royal Opera House as a part of the global celebration of Jazz in 2014.
Peter Willats talks to OER about the evolution of LEAN practices over the years and how Omani companies can maximise its benefits.
The best strategic opportunities could lie in high dividend yield exporters that are either restructuring their cost base or on the eve of a new product cycle that will boost earnings growth.
The new Lumia devices running Windows Phone 8.1 mark another milestone in the integration of Nokia handsets into the Microsoft ecosystem.
Saraya Bandar Jissah is aiming to reinvent Oman’s real estate and tourism sectors by developing a unique Integrated Tourism Complex. Sheikh Hamood Al Hosni, its CEO, talks to OER about the current stage of the project, its unique features and significance for Oman from an economic and social perspective.
Governance, risk and compliance (GRC) technology can be a powerful tool in preventing and managing risks across various functions and processes of an organisation
Iyad Al Chammat, General Manager, Cisco Oman talks about the company’s products, plans and prospects in an interview