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: August 22, 2014
INTERNATIONAL. By 2040, Africa will experience faster economic growth than any other region and is expected to have the biggest labour force in the world; By 2030 Dar es Salaam and Luanda could have bigger populations than London has now.
date:Posted: August 21, 2014
INTERNATIONAL. The report found there are 15 million middle-class households in 11 of sub-Saharan Africa's top economies this year, up from 4.6 million in 2000 and 2.4 million in 1990, an increase of 230% over 14 years.
date:Posted: August 21, 2014
UAE. "The establishment of QIFs aimed at sophisticated, high-net worth investors is a welcome development which reflects the fact that a one size fits all approach to regulation is not appropriate."
SAUDI ARABIA. Saudi Arabia set out draft proposals on foreign-shareholder limits as one of the world's most restricted stock markets prepares to open its doors for the first time to investors outside the region.
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