January2015

  • Women into STEM: Education & Practice

    The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has witnessed positive growth over the past one decade, essentially fuelled by the government’s willingness to migrate from energy-based economies to knowledge-based ones. It is indeed not untrue to claim that long-term sustainability as well as societal welfare can only be...
  • Purva Grover’s Passage to India

    Tell us about “The Indian Trumpet” – how did it all start and why? When I, Purva Grover, an Indian girl, landed in Dubai, I felt I couldn’t leave behind my passion for journalism and my love for home. At the same time, I couldn’t help but play with...
  • Engendering diversity for positive economic growth

    Since time immemorial, a woman’s socio-political status in society has been pre-determined by widely-practiced patriarchal hegemony that neither knows boundaries nor geography. Historically stemming from agrarian societies where men performed ‘hard labor’ outside the home, and their ‘softer’ counterparts were the women homemakers and caregivers. Patriarchy, however, remains deeply...
  • Meera Kaul Foundation Starts the Year by Inspiring Women in STEM

    Unique event brings over 300 women entrepreneurs and senior executives under one roof.  Dubai UAE – Under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Maktoum Bin Juma Al Maktoum, the year 2015 has commenced with a tribute to the female gender with the launch of Women in STEM 2015 Conference & Awards....
  • Setting a roadmap for expat living

    EXPATMONEY has been around for some time helping a lot of expats in the UAE and overseas adjust to their new life abroad by providing information regarding diverse concerns including finance, business, banking, inheritance, real estate, education, human resources and more. But not a lot of people know about...