BI-ME detailed product description
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Sun November 1, 2009 2:50 pm

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

Peter Drucker once said: "The best way to predict the future is to create it."  Not many of us would disagree with this statement.  The question really is, rather, How?  How we can create our future?

Sun Tze, a military scholar in China at around 400 BC, in his book The Art of War, identified two factors for success in military warfare: readiness (preparation) and knowledge. Armed with these factors, he wrote that war generals could create conditions favourable to themselves. They could avoid an awkward situation or at least minimise its impact. They could also create opportunities favourable to themselves.

BusinessIntelligence-Middle East (BI-ME) at www.BI-ME.com  is a new kind of media resource for the region that provides the tools necessary for business.

Readers are offered a prime source of high quality information, access to business opportunities, reports and services. Advertisers, sponsors and potential commercial partners are offered a perfect platform to display, promote and communicate their services and products effectively to sectors of Middle East industry and services.                                                                         

EDITORIAL OBJECTIVES & PHILOSOPHY

Our mission statement: “We develop people…..who develop strategies….that build brands…..that make businesses grow.”

In our trademark “fast and factual” style, BI-ME provides intelligent and incisive reading, analysing the recent past of Middle East business, current performance and its future directions. For instant news and business intelligence, we offer a website that is updated seven days a week.

But it’s not just facts and figures. We also feature searching interviews with government ministers and industry leaders revealing both personality and strategy; and intelligent external perspectives rather than the standard trade press pages of long features and simple company profiles. We aim to get behind the business sectors and understand what makes them tick - and who makes them tick. And we package it for you in a user-friendly and in-depth fashion.

We wish you pleasant reading and many interesting discoveries.

STILL NEED TO KNOW MORE?

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Editorial enquiries  -  editor@bi-me.com, or Justin@bi-me.com

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MIDDLE EAST BUSINESS COMMENT & ANALYSIS

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UAE. Aging and growing populations, greater prevalence of chronic diseases, and advances in digital technologies continue to drive health care expenditures; NCDs continue to rise, fueled by urbanization, sedentary lifestyles, changing diets, and rising obesity levels.
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BAHRAIN. Oxford Business Group launches 2019 publication on kingdom; The report provides in-depth coverage of the sectors that are attracting new investment.
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UAE.The report found that IT groups have once again stated cybersecurity skills represents the biggest area they experience a problematic skills shortage; percentage of IT groups experiencing this problematic shortage has grown year-over year.
UAE. Aging and growing populations, greater prevalence of chronic diseases, and advances in digital technologies continue to drive health care expenditures; NCDs continue to rise, fueled by urbanization, sedentary lifestyles, changing diets, and rising obesity levels.
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