Explore knowledge-based web navigation (NONAV)
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Mon January 8, 2007 12:00 am

Here we provide a brief description of how to drill down to over 200 market reports online at BI-ME (11 industries and 16 countries plus consumer backgrounder or economic profile reports). All this is available at one click for BI-ME subscribers.

Parts of the BI-ME website such as news and many features are free-of-charge but subscribers have access to a deeper level of market reports accessible through our knowledge-based navigation or NONAV system combined with other premium reports.

The NONAV reports cover several market parameters - consumers, market access, market environment, market size and market potential - each accessible by our featured countries and featured business sectors.

The NONAV search tool enables readers to drill down directly to the market report of their choice, for example:

  • Iraq - Oil Gas & Utilities - Market Environment
  • UAE - Food & FMCG - Consumers
  • Saudi Arabia - IT & Telecoms - Market Access

by selecting from the three tools in the advanced (NONAV) search menu.

NONAV BUSINESS SECTOR PARAMETERS

  • Luxury Goods & Gold (including retail)
  • Food & FMCG (including retail)
  • Electronics & Appliances  (including retail)
  • Oil Gas & Utilities
  • Automobiles & Parts
  • Travel Tourism & Hospitality
  • Real Estate Shopping Malls & Construction
  • Industrials & Pharmaceuticals
  • Finance Media & Services
  • IT & Telecoms
  • Public Sector & Health  

NONAV COUNTRY PARAMETERS

  • Bahrain
  • Egypt
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • Libya
  • Morocco
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Syria
  • Tunisia
  • UAE
  • Yemen

NONAV MARKET PARAMETERS

  • Market Environment
  • Market Potential
  • Market Access
  • Consumers

Knowledge Management: “Identifying knowledge assets within an organisation and methods for developing and distributing knowledge through technology.”

Click here to go straight to the NONAV advanced search page.

 

MIDDLE EAST BUSINESS COMMENT & ANALYSIS

date:Posted: April 23, 2014
UAE. Managing an internationally mobile workforce can be challenging, particularly as home country and host country laws can be vastly different; Legal compliance with local laws may mean that it is not possible to impose global policies on the workforce.
date:Posted: April 22, 2014
UAE. "Adapt to Survive", a global study by PwC, commissioned by LinkedIn, reveals the economic impact of not having the right people in the right jobs.
date:Posted: April 22, 2014
KUWAIT. For much of the past decade, international companies operating in the major projects sector have found Kuwait a challenging market in which to do business. However, there are good reasons to believe this year will be different.
UAE. Managing an internationally mobile workforce can be challenging, particularly as home country and host country laws can be vastly different; Legal compliance with local laws may mean that it is not possible to impose global policies on the workforce.
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