Hela is an experienced business writer and consultant specializing in the realm of business centers in Dubai and the top business centers for rent in UAE. With a deep passion for the corporate landscape of Dubai and the UAE, Hela has dedicated their career to researching and analyzing the finest business centers in the region.
With a keen eye for emerging trends and a finger on the pulse of market developments, Hela stays up-to-date with the evolving business centers in Dubai. Their insightful articles and consultative approach provide practical guidance on negotiating rental agreements, understanding the benefits of serviced offices, virtual offices, and co-working spaces, and leveraging the state-of-the-art facilities available in these centers.
Digital marketing has become a crucial component of any organisation in the modern, digitally connected world. It is a technique for connecting with potential clients and engaging them with insightful material. The core of digital marketing is the use of online platforms including search engines, social media, email, websites, and mobile applications to promote goods and services. Businesses can use it to cost-effectively reach out to their target market and track their progress in real time. Digital marketing is now a crucial part of every marketing plan due to the widespread use of the internet and mobile devices. Over 50% of digital ads in the US and Canada are online, and social media marketing in the US is worth $38 billion.
Director of the Center for Health Equity Research; Sara Murray Jordan Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine & Senior Sociologist, RAND Corporation
Chloe E. Bird, Ph.D., FAAAS, FAAHB, is Director of the Center for Health Equity Research at Tufts Medicine, the Sara Murray Jordan Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine, and Senior Sociologist at RAND. Her work focuses on addressing gaps in the evidence base on women’s health and healthcare, including work to inform the policy decisions that exacerbate the lack of research on women’s health. She currently leads a Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute(PCORI) funded project engaging stakeholders in exploring policy approaches to reduce severe maternal morbidity and maternal mortality for persons in California with Medicaid covered births, as well as a WHAM-funded team analyzing the returns on investment of increasing National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding focusing on women’s health, and a federally-funded study assessing the global status of women and LGBTQ persons. She is also collaborating on an NIH-funded study of the impact of interventions by quality-of-care collaboratives (QCCs) on maternal health outcomes across state and an NIH-funded study examining barriers to prenatal dental care in low-income urban women with dental coverage through New York’s Medicaid plan. Much of this work builds her book Gender and Health: The Effects of Constrained Choice and Social Policies, funded by the National Library of Medicine. Constrained choice provides a model that integrates social and biological theories to understand how the contributions of decisions made by families, employers, communities and those at the level of social and economic policy shape the opportunity to pursue a healthy life. This approach is designed to inform collaborations with stakeholders at all levels in addressing health disparities. Dr. Bird has served as a senior advisor in the NIH’s Office for Research on Women’s Health and as editor-in-chief of the journal Women's Health Issues. She received the 2020 William Foote Whyte career award from American Sociological Association (ASA) Section on Sociological Practice and Public Sociology and the 2021 Distinguished Career Award in the Practice of Sociology from the ASA. Dr. Bird is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Academy of Health Behavior, and a member of Women of Impact in Healthcare. She earned her B.A. with honors in sociology from Oberlin College and her M.A. and Ph.D. with honors in sociology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Arzu Tekir is an entrepreneurial leader and business strategist with extensive international experience. As the founder of Urbanite Venture, a growth consulting firm that helps tech companies overcome challenges and achieve high growth, Arzu has helped numerous startups with new market opportunities, product development, effective communication plans, and capital.
She is also the founder of Career Transformation Academy, a social venture that helps executives and entrepreneurs transform their careers and lives while supporting university students with a scholarship fund. Arzu is passionate about creating a better future for all and has published "Now is Your Time: The Book of Lessons Learned to Transform Your Career."
Arzu is a sought-after speaker who lectures at universities and leads discussions on entrepreneurship, career transformation, urban mobility, and smart cities. Her thought leadership pieces have been published in Forbes and other corporate publications. Arzu's international experience includes serving as a board member for the European Tech Chamber Mobility Alliance and an advisory board member of Farklabs, an innovation center, and several tech startups. She has been recognized in various media outlets, including The Guardian, National Geographic Energy Challenge Blog, Jazeera Magazine, Bloomberg HT TV, Bloomberg Business, and NTV-MSNBC. In addition, she published an eBook, "Blockchain for Smart Cities: Simplified," in 2020 in English and Chinese.
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- Ambassadeur de paix en France : - Fédération des Femmes pour la Paix Mondiale ( FFPM ) Site : femmespourlapaix.org
- Chargée des relations internationales et communication : Union Internationale des Journalistes Africains : UIJA 1 Rue du 8 Mai 1945 / 94140 Alfortville - France. - Chargée de mission Afrique du Nord 2018-2019 : ICAEP" Partenaire officiel des ONG UNESCO. Site : www.icaep.fr - CNFCE / UTICA - TUNISIE : Bureau Exécutif 2010/2017
Chambre Nationale des Femmes Cheffes d'Entreprises http://cnfce.org/fr/ - Présidente Lions Club Sfax Thyna 2011 / 2012 - District 414 TUNISIE
Margareta Mucibabici (Chesaru) leads public affairs and public policy at UiPath. She has an extensive background in public policy, legal and regulatory affairs. In her current role, she is bringing her energy and know-how into shaping a multi-stakeholder dialogue on the role of AI and automation technologies in the context of the digital economy, while also looking for solutions to address today’s educational and societal challenges.
Dr Tatiana Schifferle Rowson is a Social Gerontologist & Psychologist and an Associate Professor at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK. Tatiana is responsible for the personal leadership development of students in the Henley MBA and Undergraduate programmes. Her research focuses on ageing and work, retirement and multigenerational workplaces. She is particularly interested in how midlife transitions impact health and well-being, work participation and retirement patterns, and how individuals respond to changing circumstances at identity and behavioural levels. Before joining academia, Tatiana worked as an organisational psychology consultant and executive coach to several high-profile national and international, public and private sector organisations in the UK, Brazil and the United Arab Emirates, operating in various sectors, including banking and finance, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, media, energy and manufacturing.