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The 16:9 PODCAST IS SPONSORED BY SCREENFEED – DIGITAL SIGNAGE CONTENT Appspace has now been active in this industry for 20 years, and through much of that time the software company was one of the larger players in a crowd of companies all chasing the general business opportunity of digital signage. But in the last few years the company has pivoted, in a big way, to the well-defined vertical of workplace. The company now describes itself as a workplace experience platform for both physical and digital workplaces. Digital signage is still a main component of what Appspace does, but just one of several in a unified platform. I caught up with Thomas Philippart de Foy, who has been with Appspace for a decade and is now the EVP of Product Innovation. In our chat, we get into what took Appspace down the workplace path, and then how it all works within an organization. The company has a PILE of users and says its software is in place at roughly 200 of the companies listed in the Fortune 500. But it also offers free accounts to smaller users, drafting off the well-used concept of freemium software - allowing people to try before they buy. If you are looking at workplace - either as a vendor or as an HR, IT or ops person, listen and learn. Subscribe to this podcast: iTunes * Google Play * RSS TRANSCRIPT Thomas, thank you for joining me. You've been with Appspace for a very long time, right? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Just celebrating 10 years in September! Oh, okay, and we first met a number of years ago in Dubai, but then you moved to Costa Rica, which was a bit of a pivot, but now you're in Belgium for a holiday, right? Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's correct. I relocated to Costa Rica to get closer to the US time zone while still enjoying tropical weather. You don't get tropical weather in Antwerp or wherever you're in Belgium? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Rarely, once a year in the summer, there's a good day, and then the rest is rainy. And you don't like that? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Once a year, maybe. So Appspace, that's a company that's been around for a very long time. When I first got to know Appspace, it was very much a general digital signage CMS platform, you know, “What are you doing? We can help you out!” And you were, at that time I believe, working pretty closely with Cisco, but in the last few years you could, you very much seem to have become a company that's all about workplace experience and digital signage is one of your outputs as opposed to being a pure digital signage company. Is that a fair assessment? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Absolutely. We're celebrating our 20 years anniversary this month, so such a big milestone, and the firs 15-16 years was really building a cloud-based CMS for digital signage. We had some mission statements. We wanted to be hardware agnostic, OS agnostic. We wanted to be cloud first, and then a few years back, we started expanding our offering and went into the room scheduling worlds, where a lot of other companies were playing, and just added that as a feature. Then just two years ago, Summer 2020, one of our biggest customers on the West Coast came over to us and said, “Hey, we're looking to return to the office after the pandemic. We need help in providing our users with an app that would allow them to reserve workspaces, comply with security policies and so forth.” And we decided to get onto that journey and build a product, and six months later we launched. So January 2021 and 30 days later, we signed one of the biggest tech companies as a customer, and from there it's been quite a ride. Did the company go towards workplace because it looked like an opportune vertical to be in, or was it what the customers who you touching or asking for and it pulled you that way? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, in the last 10 years, I spent a lot of time meeting with customers and trying to understand their challenges and see where Appspace could help them. In this scenario, the customer came over and they had a real challenge, which we saw many other companies would have, and there was really no one in the market that had an answer for it two years ago. So we thought that's an opportunity in which we could really put some focus, leverage our existing enterprise grade platform, cloud-first experience and credibility in our large enterprise customer base to just go and expand the use case. Really, we also see that there is a correlation happening with workplace communication and workplace management. It's not gonna be two different things, it's actually gonna be one, and we thought we could come from our workplace communication expertise and go that direction while probably some more workplace management products would probably start moving towards workplace communication, and there would be a consolidation. You also acquired a company called Beezy, which was all about the workplace as well, right? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, when we entered workplace management, we also launched our employee app, and from there, we got a lot of requests from customers to focus on employee communication in the app itself, and we met with Beezy, they had a very similar company culture, they had a good size and they had a product which was very modern, very forward looking and built on Microsoft SharePoint, and we thought that would nicely align with our product platform and our vision, so that's been a very fun journey, onboarding them into the Appspace world for the last few months. Now is Beezy still a brand, or is it that their IP and their capabilities are rolled into Appspace? Thomas Philippart de Foy: We're rolling them into Appspace step by step. The brands are consolidating under a single brand. Now, it's the Appspace Modern Internet by Beezy, but we are clearly focusing on aligning all the different teams under a single organization, and also the brand and the product will be one. We definitely don't wanna run two separate products. We've always had that philosophy that with Appspace, it was one platform and features and not multiple point products so we're gonna continue doing that. There are digital science CMSs that say that the workplace is one of the verticals that they're in, and then there are companies that just do room booking software, and maybe the displays hardware as well, they blend those together. There are hot desk companies and everything else. I'm thinking, like in a lot of other vertical markets, that the end user really doesn't wanna have to cobble together an overall solution that features all these different components and different companies doing them, they'd rather just have one company doing it all. Is that a fair statement? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yes, and the pandemic has accelerated the need for platforms versus point products. Pre-pandemic on the workplace management, you had the IWMS to manage all your assets, you had room booking solutions for the room scaling panels, you had visitor management solutions to bring visitors into the office. There were all point products, and then on the workplace comm, you had digital signage that was a point product, you had kiosks often very close to digital signage, and then you had email publishing, you had intranet. All of those were point products as well. I think what we're seeing now is they're unifying on both sides. So you're starting to see vendors who offer room booking, hot desking, visitor management, and then on the other side, you've got companies who are starting to consolidate and acquire, and they're doing digital signage, employee app, intranet, email publishing, and what we're doing is both at the same time, which is probably our biggest unique differentiator. We believe, if you have an employee app, it's not only about employee communication or workplace management, it's the two combined. So a single app on users' devices versus multiple apps. And I assume that resonates well with the business communicators and the IT people within a company, because they don't wanna have to deal with all these different logins and back in and out stuff? Thomas Philippart de Foy: I guess there's two sides to it. There's certainly the administrative side to it, but there's also the user adoption. A big part of the return to the office is implementing new tools for employees to reserve access into a building, reserve a meeting room or a desk, and comply with formalities, that's for sure. But the other side of it is how do you communicate with those employees? How do you let them know what are the new rules in place? What are the new policies? How do you communicate what are the new benefits in the office, the new technology available? So being able to communicate in the same app that you're actually gonna reserve your workspace, invite your visitors, makes a lot of sense, and I think that's what HR and Corp comms are really liking with our story is that one app will do it all and it will of course integrate with all their backend systems and so forth. So if I am a business communicator at a large corporation and I want to address these issues, what can you do for them and how does it work? Are they buying an enterprise license? Is it cloud based or are they installing something on prem, and how does it all come together? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, it's a great question and it's a big one and there's two sides to it. Once again on one side, you've got the admin, the console is fully cloud based, you don't need to install any software on your desktop, and you can start by just going on Appspace.com, create a free account and you get a full featured Appspace environment. We don't monetize features, we monetize users and devices. So even with a free account, you'll have all the features of Appspace, but you'll be limited in the number of users that can log into the app and the number of devices that you can register back. So it's the whole idea of Freemium? I just wanted to ask because “free” is intriguing to me. You don't see that very much in digital science anymore, unless it's entry level super limited in what it does and so on, but you're doing free with the idea of onboarding people, getting them used to the system and them realizing, I like this and I'm willing to pay for it? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, so what we think is that in order to be successful with Freemium, you need to have a platform that's really self-service, and I think that's what we focused a lot over the last 10 years is simplifying the product to the point where someone who just goes on our website, creates a free account, in 30 seconds is in the Appspace account, able to register a device, create some awesome content, publish it to the device and it's working, and we were able to do that for digital signage, but then we were able to expand that into all the digital communication channels and also for workplace management. So we maintained Freemium when a lot of other companies started thinking, “That doesn't work for us, let's go back to a trial account with someone hand holding you.” We don't need that with Appspace, you can get started, and so we have a huge amount of customers that create free accounts every month, and then when they're ready to expend, they just need to click on the link and they get in contact with a Sales rep and they can just either swipe their credit card or work through one of our partners to buy a subscription. Is that a huge amount of free signups every month? Are there no maintenance until they actually contact a Sales rep and say, “I'm interested in paying for this”? Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's correct. They're touchless most of the time. We have very large organizations that will have a lot of different free accounts, different departments, different team members who will create free accounts and get started, and then when they're ready to move and they want to do the security assessment and they want to talk contract and large scale deployments, they reach out to us. So I guess your sales people might look at big tech company, X and see that they have five different free accounts in different departments, and the salesperson could go to them and say, “Guys, you're using a lot of this now, do you wanna harmonize it?” Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah. Our sales team, for sure, we also have a big marketing organization now. The product is also supported, so when you log into Appspace, you will have certain steps to follow to register a device, create content. It's the system that is holding your hand, not users. And then along the way, you will have opportunities to get help, to talk to people. You can go to the knowledge center. Our Sales reps are already really there to help customers get to the next level, which makes it nice because when our Account Executives talk to customers, they already have a good understanding of what the customer has been doing with Appspace and they can really jump right into it. What happens when you have potential new customers who already have some sort of a room booking system and scheduling system, and they like them. Do you have APIs where you can just continue to work with them or do they have to abandon that and go entirely with Appspace? Thomas Philippart de Foy: No, so we have open APIs, fully documented and online for every feature of our product. So we're happy to integrate with existing solutions that the customer may have still under contract or they're happy with it. What we're seeing though is very quickly customers consolidate because they see an opportunity for cost savings, for ease of management. And then, you know the story of a unified platform, if you have an integration with an emergency system or your building management system and the fire alarm goes on, you can broadcast that message to a digital sign, to a visitor management kiosk, to a room scheduling panel inside the room on the video device, and that can be done really easily when you're using a platform. It's much harder to achieve when you're using point products, because you need to integrate each point product with a security system and many don't even support that concept of broadcast. So what we're seeing is when customers onboard Appspace for one use case, they very quickly start seeing the opportunity to save money, ease operations, and then benefit from the platform features and capabilities. Are you able to provide analytics? I've heard about this in the past where you start to get a sense of how a workplace is being used and where people are dwelling and how often rooms actually get booked and how many people are in the rooms, and it helps to size and maybe rethink some of the meeting spaces that a company may have. Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, so analytics and reporting is huge, and it's actually for the two sides of the product: for the workplace communication, understanding how users are interacting with content, whether it's on the app, on their phone, on their desktop, whether it's on a kiosk. We have this concept of a corporate Netflix. We've had that for yours where users can actually browse content on demand, very much like you browse your video content on Netflix. You do that with the remote control, with a touch panel, whatever the interaction you want to use. We track all of that, and that gives a lot of analytics on how content is being consumed, the success of a campaign and so forth. And then on the workplace management, we have the analytics of what are the most active users, what type of workspace they book? How long do they sit at a desk? How long do they use a meeting room? If the meeting room for 10 people was booked, but used by two people, we have that data, so you can size your resources accordingly based on demand. And then you can visualize everything inside Appspace, but we also created integrations into Tableau, into Power BI. So customers can actually export the data and visualize it in their preferred data visualization tool. And in a workplace, the Power BI and Tableau stuff is interesting. I'm curious, are workplaces now much more sophisticated to where they see digital signage and visual communications as doing a lot more than congratulating somebody on their birthday or their 20th year with the company or whatever it may be. They're getting into visualizing KPIs in real time and that sort of thing? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Oh, yes, for sure. The number of customers that display building analytics when you enter the building, when you get on the first floor, where you can see the floor plan, you can see the heat maps, you can see the air quality, you can see the average temperature of the neighborhood. That certainly is a very common use case nowadays, providing building insights to users on digital signs is becoming really exciting. I think what we're seeing is a huge opportunity of combining workplace management and workplace communication is when you now have context to where digital signage can help, and you know that in the retail world, there's been a bunch of vendors who've monitored gender, age, ethnicity in order to manage communication campaign to those audience and measure also. In workplace management, you don't really care about age or gender. But what you do care is which user is sitting where, and when you've got a majority of salespeople sitting in a neighborhood, can you actually change the content to relate to those people? And that's been something that we've done a lot over the last year and a half is creating that context of digital signage experience, where even though I'm going back into an office where it's a hot desking hotel, the content still speaks to me, because the system is aware that I'm gonna be sitting there, and I think that's huge, because in those days you used to know exactly where people were sitting so you were planning your content for the sales team based on where people were sitting. Now, the system will automate that process based on the data they get from their workplace management feature. And they're not using computer vision or things like that? Because when I come in to work at an office, I have to book a specific desk, and that's how you know that I'm there, right? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Either because you're booking a specific desk or you're sitting at a specific desk, and when you're actually sitting, we are able to identify who you are, and therefore dynamically say what's interesting to you is more sales data or more product marketing data, and therefore we mush multiple channels of content together to provide a perfect playlist that matches the audience. But how do you know I'm at that desk? Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's where workplace technology comes, whether it's smart docking stations, whether it's physically connecting into the network and passing the user identity, whether it's those new video devices that we see popping left and right on the desks. It could be when you have a desk puck, which is similar to a room scheduling panel, you arrive and you will scan the QR code with your phone and authenticate and check into a desk and say, this is now my desk. So we have a lot of different tools that allows us to identify the user and therefore to get that data that we need to personalize the workspace environment. Through the pandemic, particularly in the first months, there was all kinds of discussion about how the workplace was gonna change, because those workplaces were being hollowed out through lockdowns and so on, and there's been all kinds of discussions and debate and everything else, particularly in the last six months or so, is where workplaces have started to repopulate as to whether it really did change all that much, and whether everybody's just working from home or everybody's into a hybrid thing. You're on the ground, so to speak, you're dealing with companies who are implementing this stuff. What's your sense of what's actually happening? Thomas Philippart de Foy: I think companies are worried that people are not coming back to the office as quickly as they had hoped they would, and although many companies during the pandemic said that they would not require employees to go back to the office. It's very different two years later, we realize how the workplace culture is important, and having people, if not every day, at least a few days a week, come into the office and meet their teammates and so forth. So we're now seeing a sense of urgency from many customers to find ways to convince people to go back to the office and that comes with offering a new experience, offering new services. The new experience is making sure that regardless of where I sit in the building, I have the building talking to me, the building is aware that I'm there and being able to personalize that experience, and I think that's where digital signage is playing such a critical role. But then in the employee app, when I'm booking a room or when I'm booking a desk, I may need different types of services, maybe I need different technology, or maybe I want catering services. I should be able to do that from the app and reserve this ahead of time, and we're seeing a lot of demand around those new experiences where employees will get more benefits when they come to the office, not only benefits of a better physical workplace, but also benefits in terms of the services that are offered, and that will incentivize them to come back into the office, and then naturally, as people will come back to the office, they will meet their teammates again, and they will see why it's so important to meet in person, and that will create a dynamic, and at some point I think we'll get back to somewhat a normal situation where most people will go to the office more regularly. Did the pandemic accelerate something that, from your perspective, was going to happen anyways and just speed it up out of necessity, or were there a lot of companies that weren't really thinking about changing how their workplaces were experienced? Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's a great question. I actually think the pandemic gave the opportunity for large organizations to make a cultural change in the workplace that was planned, but maybe seen as a 5-10 years initiative, and they were able to do it in 2 years. Hot-desking in hotels is an example. We've been talking about hotels and hot-desking for years, but no one was able to implement it. It was such a big cultural change. The pandemic gave the opportunity for companies to take the decision, to reduce real estate and implement hot-desking in hotels, and they had a good reason for that, and for employees, it was like a natural thing that was happening. It would have taken years to get there otherwise. That's why no one was really focusing on the technology for it. I also think that the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of apps, like Microsoft Teams. Many companies were still using Skype for Business and other tools and they were struggling to unify under a modern app like Microsoft Teams or Slack or WebEx, and this gave them the opportunity to do that, and by doing that, all employees now have one common app on their personal device, whether it's a phone or a desktop, they're able to communicate, chat, exchange files, and we've just launched our embedded app for Teams. So now you have Appspace embedded in Teams, which means users don't need to download a new app to reserve their workspaces or receive team communication. They have all of it inside one app, and I think that's an acceleration that's a result of the pandemic. We obviously saw how Zoom and Microsoft and WebEx grew from that. That has also helped in the adoption of new technology, like workplace management and employee comms. Yeah, I was curious about that because if you have all these other workplace tools, the next logical thing to integrate into there would be video conferencing, but that's that's an entirely different business and pretty damn complicated. So the easier path would be to integrate with something like Teams, right? Thomas Philippart de Foy: That's correct. I think Teams offer the framework to embed an app fully into Teams, handle the authentication for the user, and then from there, we have so much insights on what the user needs that we're really able to personalize the experience. The Teams embedded app is a huge win for customers because if you think of a very large service organization with 200,000 desk workers, rolling out a new app for communication and for workplace management is a big challenge. Getting users to download the app or deploying the app to their personal device, enabling user authentication, tracking how users are actually logging in the app. This is no longer a challenge when you are embedded in Teams, because one morning you wake up and on your sidebar, you've got a new button, you click on it and that's where you reserve your workspace, that's where you see your workplace communication, all of it in an app that you were already logging in every morning. So I'm a CTO at a very large tech company, and if I'm a CTO, the company's going down, but regardless of that, if I'm sitting across from you and I say, “okay, this is interesting, make me comfortable that this is secure.” What do you tell me? Thomas Philippart de Foy: We obviously work with close to two hundred of the Fortune 500 companies, so we're used to working with very large organizations that have very strict security requirements, and our product (the cloud service) is already approved by IT, by Security and enabled whether it's for digital signage or room booking or visitor for one of the features. Enabling suddenly to turn on the other features doesn't require any more security assessment because the product has been approved. We also have only one app, whether you are running our app on a system on a chip display, on a kiosk, on an iPad, it's the same app in a different container. And this means that once you have your app approved for one of the use cases, your app is actually approved for all the other use cases. That's again been strengths on our side is trying to keep it single simple platform that allows you to really very quickly scale this across your organization. One thing that's come up a lot in the last couple years is digital science companies who addressed some of the ideas of remote work by having, in effect, a network screensaver, something that would push out to home based workers and pop messaging on a screen and all that. Are you doing that sort of thing, and if so, is it widely adopted? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah, it's a little bit what we started doing five years ago inside meeting rooms on video devices. When the video device is not used for video conferencing, pop up a screensaver and its Appspace, it's running natively on the client and it will display all the important communication. In the case of a meeting room, we're targeting a wider audience. Now, when you run our UWP app on a Windows device, we obviously know who is the owner of that device, so we're able to personalize the content. Now, I see this as an interesting use case for screensavers. Although I've never seen someone sitting in front of his laptop watching a screensaver as they do a digital sign, drinking a coffee, but I do like the experience of: you're running the Appspace app on the desktop, it's in screensaver mode. When you plug in your laptop in the office or at home, it pops up the experience where as a user, you can say, “Hey, I'm working from home” or “I'm in the office”, and that then trickles into a whole series of events that makes your colleagues, your teammates aware of where you are working from today, are you in the office and so forth. So screensaver for just pure content playlist, that's really easy to achieve, but I don't know that this is a huge benefit and a huge win, but coupling that with workplace management can be really interesting. Yeah, I do like the idea of being able to instant message somebody in a way, other than an email, but you're right. If I was working for a large company and I was sitting at home and there was something steadily popping up on the screen telling me about Millie's birthday or Bob's retirement or whatever, I'd be looking very hard to figure out some way to disable it. Thomas Philippart de Foy: One thing we did though, is we worked with a big law firm in Canada, and the CIO managed to convince the partners to move from a physically assigned office to a hot office, if you will. Very challenging, because lawyers and partners are very conventional. They like their workspace environment. They want their corner office. And what the CIO was able to convince is there would be new sacrifice in the personal experience and to do that, they put in every office, a digital sign, 55 inch display coupled with video or not, depending on the office profile. Outside the office, there is an office scheduling panel. The partner from home is able to reserve on their Appspace app, “Hey, I need an office from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM and these are the amenities I need.” They reserve that workspace, and when they come into the office, they actually check on the panel outside or on their phone and the digital sign instantly switches to their personal channel. They have potentially their practice news, maybe their preferred sports news, and also their family pictures that they want, and they've just personalized that office with content for the partners and that made them really excited because now they had a big 55 inch display showing their practice news or their family pictures instead of those little frames on the desk that would take the dust. I think when technology really increases the user experience and doesn't sacrifice anything, I think this works really well as a home office as well. If you have an extra display and you can use that real estate, that makes sense, but let's not be mistaken, people care about themselves primarily, they want information that's relevant to them. If I'm at home, I don't know that I want this birthday of a colleague, but I wouldn't mind having pictures of a year ago from my family and kids that I celebrated, maybe that's more useful for me. We haven't talked about back of house and all the discussions around being workplace, as it relates to an office, are you doing work in production areas and industrial areas and so on? Thomas Philippart de Foy: Yeah. So if you remember, we acquired a company called The Marlin Company a couple of years ago, and their main focus was industrial. A very large amount of customers in that space, and we've been working a lot with those customers in transitioning from digital signage, which was a normal evolution of printed posters to digital content and focus a lot around safety and workplace wellbeing and so forth to communicate on personal devices. Now, frontline workers typically don't have a company email address. So how do they log into the app? So we combine digital signage with the employee app. Digital signage will say, “Hey, there's a new employee app. To access the app, scan this QR code!” User scans the QR code on their phone, enters an employee ID and a phone number and a few seconds later, they get a one time password to create their credentials and they are now logged into the same app as the desk workers with different feature sets, but it's the same app, and now they also have the ability to have employee communication, team communication. They can chat, they can react socially and comment on the content the same way anyone else. This is breaking the barrier between the desk workers and the frontline workers where really the frontline workers who didn't have a lot of the technology stack because they didn't have a company email address, where everyone has a smartphone so why wouldn't they have the same benefits? And that one time password, no email login has been huge win for us and for our customers in making sure every employee is aligned and has access to the same capabilities. Last question, this conversation flew by. What's the installed footprint for Appspace at this point? Thomas Philippart de Foy: It's always hard to say because we count users. We evaluate that around 10 million users benefit from Appspace around workplace management and workplace communication today. We have around 2,500 customers, two hundred of the Fortune 500, and deployments that will scale on the screen size between 50 screens and 10,000 screens for a single customer. And on the user side, our largest deployment is 175,000 users logging into our app to receive team communication or reserve workspaces. So very large deployments. We like to focus on large customers, but with the Marlin acquisition, we were able to really get into the industrial segment where you have a lot of smaller organizations, maybe not always smaller in terms of number of workers, but maybe smaller in terms of number of physical workspaces. Yeah. All right, this was great. I learned a lot, which is, I guess the point. Thomas Philippart de Foy: That was great. Thank you so much for giving us the time.
DJ Ruby on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 8/10/22 About DJ Ruby - DJ Ruby is the most prolific underground dance music artist that loomed from the party island of Malta, amassing a huge fan base that follows him unconditionally, as well as an established name throughout the global dance music industry, mainly in the progressive scene. Renowned for delivering flawless journey sets and a positive party vibe wherever he performs, DJ Ruby is considered a true pioneer of his caliber, a hard-working and modest person that has always matured with the scene. He now boasts nearly 30 years of experience, which has obtained him countless achievements and acclaim which are impossible to mention all in a few lines. DJ Ruby is responsible for being a major force in starting and shaping Malta's elite dance music scene into what it is today. For many years, he hosted countless events under the Pure Promotions imprint, setting trends for various clubbing concepts on the island, and introducing multiple generations to electronic dance music. An active career that started in the early 90's, and still going strong to date, saw DJ Ruby being featured at Malta's most notable dance events, opening for many of the world's legendary names such as Faithless, The Prodigy, Sasha, John Digweed, Carl Cox, Paul Oakenfold, Hernan Cattaneo, Sven Vath, Nick Warren, Steve Lawler, and Dave Seaman, as well as holding residencies at a vast array of influential institutions in the country, including a billing at all Renaissance parties in Malta throughout the 2000's decade. Over the years, DJ Ruby's diary has formed to be more like an atlas, performing regularly in venues all over the world; India, Ibiza, Mexico, Russia, Germany, Egypt, Jordan, Netherlands, Thailand, Australia, Italy, Dubai, USA, UK & Hong Kong, just to name a very few. He was also included in the line-ups of notorious festivals such as Timewarp, Ozora, Transmission, Berlin's Love Parade, Creamfields Malta, and Tomorrowland Unite. As a music producer, DJ Ruby holds a vast discography of his own productions, remixes and 3 albums. Many of his tracks were supported by the planet's leading DJs, and also made it into the charts of multiple digital outlets such as Beatport and Traxsource. After a very long and successful time working in the local scene, in 2018 DJ Ruby went through a complete rebranding and preparation to break into the international scene. In just a few months he managed to make a name for himself, founding a firm place in the global progressive house stage, gaining worldwide recognition. His regular live video sets, streams, guest mixes, Progcast and the Prog On mix series for Proton are hugely followed online. All his sets tend to go viral instantly, making him a very influential body in the scene, receiving constant good feedback from clubbers, blogs, and artists. As a promoter, in recent years he managed to make the progressive house scene bloom again in Malta. This is mostly thanks to his yearly warehouse event project partnership with Guy J, the Secret Series concept, Open to Close shows, and the regular Ruby & Friends parties which already featured respected players such as Cid Inc, Stereo Underground, Jeremy Olander, Miss Monique, Subandrio, Golan Zocher & Emi Galvan. With a very busy schedule consisting of running events, producing mixes, video sets, touring, and performing non-stop, finding time to do his own music was always very difficult. This changed during Covid-19 days. With no events happening, DJ Ruby spent these months on the studio's hot seat, producing his own tracks, doing collaborations, and taking on remix work. All the tracks produced during the pandemic are now currently being released back to back on various labels. A great milestone in 2021, was topping multiple Beatport charts with the album compilation ‘Constellations: Orion' for SLC-6 music. With an impressive biography that can be nearly infinite, DJ Ruby has earned a well-deserved reputation that can be only summarized into one word; legend!! About The DJ Sessions - “The DJ Sessions” is a Twitch/Mixcloud "Featured Partner” live streaming/podcast series featuring electronic music DJ's/Producers via live mixes/interviews and streamed/distributed to a global audience. TheDJSessions.com The series constantly places in the “Top Ten” on Twitch Music and the “Top Five” in the “Electronic Music", “DJ", "Dance Music" categories. TDJS is rated in the Top 0.11% of live streaming shows on Twitch out of millions of live streamers. It has also been recognized by Apple twice as a "New and Noteworthy” podcast and featured three times in the Apple Music Store video podcast section. UStream and Livestream have also listed the series as a "Featured" stream on their platforms since its inception. The series is also streamed live to multiple other platforms and hosted on several podcast sites. It has a combined live streaming/podcast audience is over 125,000 viewers per week. With over 2,300 episodes produced over the last 12 years "The DJ Sessions" has featured international artists such as: BT, Youngr, Sevenn, Boris, MJ Cole, Lady Waks, Arty/Alpha 9, Miri Ben-Ari, DJ Ruby, DJ Colette, Nima Gorji, Kaspar Tasane, Party Shirt, Plastik Funk, ENDO, John Tejada, Superstar DJ Keoki, Crystal Waters, Swedish Egil, Martin Eyerer, Dezarate, 22Bullets, Carlo Astuti, Mr Jammer, Kevin Krissen, Amir Sharara, Coke Beats, Danny Darko, Robert Babicz, KHAG3, Elohim, Hausman, Jaxx & Vega, Yves V, Ayokay, Leandro Da Silva, The Space Brothers, Jarod Glawe, Jens Lissat, Lotus, Beard-o-Bees, Luke the Knife, Alex Bau, Camo & Crooked, ANG, Amon Tobin, Voicians, Florian Kruse, Dave Summit, Bingo Players, Coke Beats, MiMOSA, Drasen, Yves LaRock, Ray Okpara, Lindsey Stirling, Mako, Distinct, Still Life, Saint Kidyaki, Brothers, Heiko Laux, Retroid, Piem, Tocadisco, Nakadia, Protoculture, Sebastian Bronk, Toronto is Broken, Teddy Cream, Mizeyesis, Simon Patterson, Morgan Page, Jes, Cut Chemist, The Him, Judge Jules, DubFX, Thievery Corporation, SNBRN, Bjorn Akesson, Alchimyst, Sander Van Dorn, Rudosa, Hollaphonic, DJs From Mars, GAWP, Somna, David Morales, Roxanne, JB & Scooba, Spektral, Kissy Sell Out, Massimo Vivona, Moullinex, Futuristic Polar Bears, ManyFew, Joe Stone, Reboot, Truncate, Scotty Boy, Doctor Nieman, Jody Wisternoff, Thousand Fingers, Benny Bennasi, Dance Loud, Christopher Lawrence, Oliver Twizt, Ricardo Torres, Patricia Baloge, Alex Harrington, 4 Strings, Sunshine Jones, Elite Force, Revolvr, Kenneth Thomas, Paul Oakenfold, George Acosta, Reid Speed, TyDi, Donald Glaude, Jimbo, Ricardo Torres, Hotel Garuda, Bryn Liedl, Rodg, Kems, Mr. Sam, Steve Aoki, Funtcase, Dirtyloud, Marco Bailey, Dirtmonkey, The Crystal Method, Beltek, Andy Caldwell, Darin Epsilon, Kyau & Albert, Kutski, Vaski, Moguai, Blackliquid, Sunny Lax, Matt Darey, and many more. In addition to featuring international artists TDJS focuses on local talent based on the US West Coast. Hundreds of local DJ's have been featured on the show along with top industry professionals. We have recently launched v3.1 our website that now features our current live streams/past episodes in a much more user-friendly mobile/social environment. In addition to the new site, there is a mobile app (Apple/Android) and VR Nightclubs (Oculus). About The DJ Sessions Event Services - TDJSES is a WA State Non-profit charitable organization that's main purpose is to provide music, art, fashion, dance, and entertainment to local and regional communities via events and video production programming distributed via live and archival viewing. For all press inquiries regarding “The DJ Sessions”, or to schedule an interview with Darran Bruce, please contact us at info@thedjsessions.
What do most guardians of our podcast dogs have in common? They go down the dog training rabbit hole, learning all there is to learn about dogs and dog training. At some point most of them have the thought: “I might as well become a dog trainer now!”Sara is no different.We talk about that, but also about the importance of communication in her journey with Kiwi, a desert mix, as Dubai's strays are often referred to.What made her discontinue training with the balanced trainer that had been recommended to her? What was it about how PPG accredited Dubai trainer Aimee of @pawfectbehaviourme described her services that made it easy for Sara to switch over to force-free training?Then there was COVID. The strict lockdown in Dubai was a blessing in disguise for Kiwi and for Sara and her husband too. The latter proved instrumental for the mental health of the whole human-dog family. His understanding attitude when Sara explained how anxiety-inducing walking Kiwi had become for her and their open lines of communication helped in turning that anxiety around.He showed up in the background during our recording and jokingly asked Sara whether she was only saying good things about him. If you listen to this episode I imagine you'll agree with me that that's a resounding YES.Links:Find Sara here (and consider booking her services as a trainer if you're in Dubai): @kiwiskroniclesAimee, Sara's trainer and mentor, a PPG accredited force-free dog trainer in Dubai: @pawfectbehaviourmeOther Instagram accounts that get a shoutout in this episode:@dax_theangrydog@the_toby_project
Je vous explique comment et combien j'investi dans de l'#immobilier à #dubai via un club deal lancé par Greenbull en #crowdfunding (@Yann Darwin ) : - le marché, - horizon de temps, - ROI visé, - montant investi, - risques. Lien vers le site : https://www.investdubai.com/ CONTENU ÉDUCATIF, ce n'est pas du conseil en investissement.
That's according to new PMI data from S&P - which also shows inflationary pressure from input prices easing. We get the details with ENBD chief economist Khatija Haque. Plus, ADNOC Distribution has seen Q2 net profit rise more than 70 per cent. We talk petrolonomics with energy expert Matt Stanley. And Savills joins us to go through their latest findings on the prime residential market.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After 15 years as an opera singer and winning a Grammy and a Tony, Alexander Smalls got turned down for a lead role at the Metropolitan Opera. He'd hit the same glass ceiling that held back many Black opera singers before him. He went home, drank a bottle of wine, and came to a realization: "I couldn't own an opera house, but I could own a restaurant." In the decades since, Alexander has served upscale Southern food in New York, researched the food of the African diaspora in the Americas, Asia, and beyond, and fused cuisines in award-winning cookbooks. His biggest project to date is an African food hall in Dubai, and he plans to open similar food halls around the world. Alexander shares his story with Dan, and also his food, when he cooks up his own spin on shrimp and grits. The Sporkful production team includes Dan Pashman, Emma Morgenstern, Andres O'Hara, Johanna Mayer, Tracey Samuelson, and Jared O'Connell, with editing help this week from Tanaka Muvavarirwa.Transcript available at www.sporkful.com.
Resilience Keynote Speaker ? I've just come off stage speaking at the St. Regis Hotel downtown in Dubai. I was speaking for a US company on the topic of resilience, and the role that collaboration and innovation plays in resilience. But as part of my talk, I was also talking about the resilience of Dubai, […] The post Resilience Keynote Speaker appeared first on James Taylor.
Resilience Keynote Speaker ? I've just come off stage speaking at the St. Regis Hotel downtown in Dubai. I was speaking for a US company on the topic of resilience, and the role that collaboration and innovation plays in resilience. But as part of my talk, I was also talking about the resilience of Dubai, […] The post Resilience Keynote Speaker appeared first on James Taylor.
RHODubai discussion starts ~1hr 21minDeepti and Dina are here to discuss the latest embarrassments of RHOBH S12 so far. When will Erika STOP being so lame this season? We are not even scared of her anymore, we are just in awe of the low levels she's gone to for herself. Rinna needs to check herself. Dina has a big analysis of both Crystal and Sutton on these episodes! AND OF COURSE THERE IS MUCH TALK ABOUT SUTTON'S DATE WITH THE INDIAN GUY SANJIT. (DUHHH) Garcelle is still a queen of this season. What's going on with Asher? How do we "describe" him in today's parlance? All these "issues" and more discussed.Deepti and Dina discuss the latest few episodes of Dubai as well. Chanel Ayan is the most adorable. Sara - BLECH. Brooks - BLECH. Dina and Deepti disagree on Stanbury though! Listen in for all the analysis on all these ladies!
Join Andrew and Tristan as they embark on crazy adventures around the world! Look behind the curtain and experience the daily antics of the Infamous Tate brothers. (Video is only available on Spotify) Join Hustler's University here: JettalkwithTate.com A conduit of messages from Zion. https://twitter.com/jettalkwithtate
For this episode our fascinating guest from London, Jo Krishnakumar shares their knowledge and research in regards to LGBTQ+ and sex workers. For those who don't know what to expect, this may be quite an interesting listen for you.Jo goes as they/them and is a trans Agender person. Jo reminds us that our identities are expansive and we should never feel pressured as with more information, the language we use to describe our existence changes alongside it. The conversation turns towards Pronouns, an affirming action that the LGBTQ+ movement has highlighted in recent years. It is okay being confused, but Jo reassures us to “be open to the world and the world will be open to you”. The discussion leads to cultures, and Jo explains the “bubble” growing up with the lack of access to information that on one hand, restricted the means to express their struggles and on the other, those around them exhibited discrimination towards LGBTQ+ persons. We move on to Jo's coming out story as both gay and trans, where their parent were open to learn more about their identity. The message to parents is to “Trust your kids!” as you listen and ask questions instead. Lastly, Jo shares their journey from their love and curiosity behind people's stories, which furthered their passion in researching and discovering the aspects of sociality that bridged the sex work movement that was adjacent to their queer activism. This then opened to Jo's personal projects, “Almaarii” which translates to “steel cupboard” that reimagines the concept of the “closet” for queer people as an extensive expression outside of the English language. We discover why Jo, who teaches, has immense respect for teachers who have played a vital role in their lives and expresses the euphoria of knowing oneself, in a world that does not afford you the words. To be continued next week! JO KRISHNAKUMAR is a PhD Candidate of Anthropology and Sociology at SOAS, University of London. Their research is a patchwork-like and participatory ethnographic project on the intersections of documentary film, leadership, networks and the sex workers', queer and trans rights movement in South India. They are currently working as the Communications Coordinator at the National Network of Sex Workers, and on two personal projects, Almaarii and Transform with collaborators. Their interests lie in curation, activism in academia, research, advocacy, intersectionality and fighting oppressive systems together.Jo's Official Website ~ www.waytojo.comShare with us your thoughts on the episode and don't forget to SHARE, LIKE, COMMENT, RATE & SUBSCRIBE to our podcast.Spotify ~ https://open.spotify.com/show/52ySZU9QRQOkkCfM2pJaiz?si=96fc6105f4e44a93Apple Podcast ~ https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/breakfast-with-tiffany-show/id1524300778For questions, requests, collaborations and comments, feel free to reach us via our e-mail ~ firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you find this episode valuable to you, consider a minute to support the podcast by buying us PLENTY of tea or through the "SUPPORT Paypal" link below. We will appreciate your generosity to help grow this podcast.https://www.buymeacoffee.com/tiffanyrossdale Breakfast With Tiffany Show Official Page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcastBreakfast With Tiffany Show Official Facebook Page ~ https://www.facebook.com/breakfastwithtiffanysSupport the show
Unemployment in the US has fallen to 3 and a half per cent - a more than 50 year low. Agthia - the food and water people - have seen Q2 profit nearly double. We'll find out why with CEO Alan Smith. Plus, as Dubai's hotel market continues to thrive we speak to the head of the Radisson Hotel Group. And the UAE is investing a billion dollars in Pakistani companies. We speak to Dr. Nadeem ul Haque of the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
AJ is a specialist in discovering, planning, and executing customized online marketing strategies for businesses to attract massive amounts of online traffic. He has worked with over 200 companies around the country and with businesses in places like Dubai. Given the massive success at KallistoArt, AJ launched ElleApps in 2021, a mobile app development company, and is currently serving clients from coast to coast. As a result of AJ's deep reach within the local business community, KallistoArt became the Upper Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce 2020 Small Business of the Year Award recipient. AJ gives back to the community through non-profits Project Pop Drop, Upper Tampa Bay Education Foundation, and Oldsmar Cares.
This week Mandy is joined by iconik Bravo fan from down under Nik Lee (@rhoutofcontext). They express shock but excitement at the Taylor Armstrong news that hit RHOC before diving into this week's Dubai, Atlanta, and Beverly Hills. Follow Nik on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rhoutofcontext/ Follow Mandy on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mandyslutsker/ Check out Nik's ‘iconik' merch: https://iconik.shop
Join Carlos, Nev and Matt for this week's Show. In this week's show Ryanair sets a new record, one passenger takes a wizz after seeing there phone bill & another passenger eats a VERY expensive McMuffin. And in the Military this week the US Special Operations Command chooses a new armed overwatch platform and a large portion of the world's fighter fleet is grounded. Don't forget you can get in touch with us all at : WhatsApp +44 757 22 491 66 Email email@example.com or comment in our chatroom on YouTube. Here are the links to the stories we featured this week : COMMERCIAL Southampton Airport runway expansion will go ahead https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-62381000 Ryanair sets new passenger record https://www.irishtimes.com/business/2022/08/03/ryanair-sets-new-passenger-record-after-almost-17-million-flew-with-airline-in-july/ British Airways is about to pause sales of long-haul flights to destinations such as New York as the airline battles disruption at Heathrow. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2022/08/03/british-airways-cant-rule-ban-long-haul-ticket-sales-heathrow/ What Happens When an Airline Tug Jack-knifes With a Jet in Tow https://www.thedrive.com/news/watch-what-happens-when-an-airline-tug-jackknifes-with-a-jet-in-tow Emirates returns to Stansted Airport with daily long-haul service to Dubai https://www.bishopsstortfordindependent.co.uk/business/emirates-dubai-service-returns-to-stansted-airport-as-deman-9267203/ Passenger Fined Over $1,800 Over a Couple of McMuffins in His Luggage https://www.foodandwine.com/news/australian-airline-mcmuffin-fineAirline Finland set to test mobile app that will let passengers travel paper-free https://www.euronews.com/travel/2022/08/03/digital-passports-finland-set-to-test-mobile-app-that-will-let-passengers-travel-paper-fre Three taken to hospital after light aircraft crashes at Cotswold Airport https://www.itv.com/news/westcountry/2022-08-04/plane-crashes-after-overshooting-the-runway-at-cotswold-airport London City Airport to reach 3 million passenger mark as numbers soar https://www.cityam.com/london-city-airport-to-reach-3-million-passenger-mark-as-numbers-soar/ Wizz Air passengers get '£80 phone bill' after calling £1.45 a minute helpline to try and get a refund https://www.mylondon.news/lifestyle/travel/gatwick-wizz-air-passengers-80-24652154 MILITARY US Special Operations Command chooses L3Harris' Sky Warden for Armed Overwatch effort https://www.defensenews.com/air/2022/08/01/us-special-operations-command-chooses-l3harris-sky-warden-for-armed-overwatch-effort/ Rescuers on the Rio Grande: Coast Guard team saves lives at the border https://www.dvidshub.net/news/426256/rescuers-rio-grande-coast-guard-team-saves-lives-border?fbclid=IwAR1JDl5hXMe59GbC8bkEcfWlaUat9YCFcileuxDpgpioADeL64H7Lomu9fM&fs=e&s=cl The Air Force is grounding the majority of its F-35 Joint Strike Fighter fleet today, due to a faulty component inside its ejection seat that could prevent the pilot from being able to safely egress from the aircraft during an emergency, Breaking Defense has learned. https://www.unionleader.com/news/military/air-force-grounds-almost-300-training-planes-as-ejection-seat-safety-concerns-spread/article_8d2f85d8-bcae-5a65-b0e5-6089460ba56b.html https://breakingdefense.com/2022/07/air-force-grounding-f-35s-over-ejection-seat-concerns/
In this episode we are joined by Elisa Tauro, talking all things acrobatic and performance. Elisa is currently performing in Las Vegas with one of Cirque du Soleil's most prestigious shows, “O”. As a competitive gymnast and trampolinist, Elisa's talent was recognised at a young age and she became the first competitor to move from club to National level competitions, skipping provincials completely. At the age of 6, she tried the flying trapeze for the first time and immediately fell in love. Elisa has had the opportunity to live and perform all over the world including the United States, Europe and Dubai. She speaks multiple languages, and in addition to performing, Elisa is an avid snowboarder, water-skier and also a lover of food - she started a YouTube channel cooking and baking with her mother during the pandemic. @elisa_tauro We want to hear from YOU and provide a forum where you can put in requests for future episodes. What are you interested in listening to? Please fill out the form for future guest suggestions here and if you have suggestions or requests for future themes and topics, let us know here! @theatreartlife Thanks to David Zieher who composed our music.
Lesa Milan has caused a sandstorm in the desert of #Dubai. The Real Housewives of Dubai castmate and Mila Rae Owner has shown what can happen with a little hard work and consistency. She has grown up a lot since her days on #BET's #CollegeHill. With the drama that comes with the Housewives Franchise, it's easy to say the middle east has not disappointed the fans. However, when it comes to Lesa and her circle of friends, the drama hits a little differently. Check out our #interview with Lesa. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/suavv/message
INVITÉE:Elodie Guegan, Coach, entrepreneur, entre autre.Fondateurs / Owner de plusieurs business dans l’industrie du fitness.J'ai un parcours atypique et je fais beaucoup de choses variées, il m’est très difficile de me presenter succinctement. Je voyage beaucoup, je vis en Angleterre, mais je suis actuellement aux états unis, après avoir passée 4 mois à Dubai.SPONSOR(S):Merci de soutenir le podcast avec notre sponsor:► Moxy Monitor: https://www.moxymonitor.com/shop/ (5% de rabais avbvec le code: “UPSIDE”)LIENS:► IG Programming: https://www.instagram.com/warriorprogramming/► IG WILD: https://www.instagram.com/wild_eat_live/► IG Lifting Club: https://www.instagram.com/lifting__club/► IG Perso: https://www.instagram.com/elosaurus_/► Interview Vidéo: https://youtu.be/TW6yrjnbsvwSUJETS:0:00 - Intro3:00 - Start3:06 - Background Ostéo17:38 - Vivre sa passion 25:00 - Projet Livre39:00 - Les Effets de l’Entraînement43:00 - Réfléchir54:00 - Changer1:08:00 - Compétition au féminin1:20:55 - Développement esthétique1:26:12 - Transfer de compétences1:32:30 - Athlètes Transgenre1:43:00 - Conversations DifficilesSortie du podcast: 12 Juillet 2021INFO PODCAST:► Site Web Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/► Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/3mroiB4► Spotify: http://spoti.fi/34jJtyX► Episodes Complets (Playlist Youtube): http://bit.ly/3oSCkxeCONNECT:► Abonne-toi pour voir plus de vidéos: http://bit.ly/1Xgr5y5► Podcast: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/► WhatsApp: https://wa.me/41763949673► Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanseale► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanseale/► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/upsidestrength► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com
Dana finally has The Real Andy of Beverly Hills on the show! The Real Andy of Beverly Hills comes on to talk all things Bravo and upcoming housewife gossip...Real Housewives of Salt Lake City's Jen Shah and her lock up... What is Bravo forcing the other women to do? Meredith Marks poorly timed post... Andy Cohen's new statement about Jen... The new filming schedule... Jen partying in Utah? Heather Gay's storyline and who might she not be getting along with? Ultimate Girls Trip season 3... Real Andy's interview with Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Season 2 butler, Marco... What did Brandi Glanville do this time?Real Housewives of New Jersey... Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas wedding special... Who is done with them forever? What Luis might have done to get introduced to Teresa... Teresa's potential spinoff... Delores Catania's new boyfriend... Real Housewives of Beverly Hills... Why might the production company be on red alert?!Whose standing as a castmate is in jeopardy? Who is leaving the show?Erika Jayne and the sexy-time clerbs...Who will be on RHONY Legacy? Some tea on Real Housewives of Dubai...Phaedra Parks returning? Chanel Ayan and a connection to Jen Shah?Caroline Stanbury's future storyline and the truth about her relationship.... Lesa Milan's dark past?Support Andy's channel and buy some merch here!Get Dishing Drama Dana Merch!https://represent.com/store/dishing-drama-dana-wilkeyFollow Andy: @RealAndyBHFollow Dana: @Wilkey_DanaFollow Casey: @CaseyHanley$25,000 Song - Apple Music$25,000 Song - SpotifyTo support the show and listen to full episodes, become a member on PatreonTo learn more about sponsorships, email DDDWpodcast@gmail.comDana's YouTube ChannelSupport the show
Teddi had a very weird dream last night… and our dear Vicki was in it.We are recapping it ALL — Atlanta, Dubai, Beverly Hills… our cup runneth over!Plus, which Dubai Housewife reminds Teddi of herself.But one thing we simply cannot handle… the sound of Sutton making chicken salad… HELP!!!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Tom Corless for a news recap focused on Disney parks and resorts around the world. WDW News Today is released every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday on our YouTube channel. Join Tom Corless for the latest news from Disney parks around the world. All this and more Disney Parks information and fun await you this...
Die Emirate haben gerade die erste Weltausstellung im Nahen Osten ausgerichtet, Katar rüstet sich für die erste Fussballweltmeisterschaft in der Region. Mitten in der globalen Krise strotzen zwei schwerreiche Scheichtümer vor Optimismus und Sendungsbewusstsein. Zugleich sind sie scharfe Rivalen. Öl gibt es auch anderswo, doch wir in den Vereinigten Arabischen Emiraten haben es verstanden, das Vermögen aus diesem Bodenschatz sinnvoll einzusetzen, sagt der Publizist Mohamed Al Hammadi mitten in der Hochhauskulisse von Dubai. Die Ambitionen der Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate reichen schon bis ins Weltall. Sie haben sich in den USA und in Japan die Technologie für eine eigene Marssonde eingekauft. Auch ein Museum der Zukunft gibt es in Dubai schon. Al Hammadi nimmt es als Beweis, dass die Emirate stets fünfzig Jahre voraus dächten. «Wer solche Horizonte vor Augen hat, der will sich nicht in Konflikte verstricken», sagt der Publizist. Genau das freilich wird den Emiraten vorgeworfen: Dass sie nicht nur Wolkenkratzer und Luxushotels bauen, sondern sich mit ihren Ölmilliarden in der ganzen Region einmischen, bis zum Horn von Afrika Häfen aufkaufen, in der arabischen Welt Kriegsparteien unterstützen. Wie die Emirate so pumpte auch Katar im letzten Jahrzehnt Milliarden in Konfliktzonen der Region, zugunsten der Gegenseite. Katar finanziere Terroristen, sagten die Emirate und verlangten vom widerspenstigen Nachbarn, dass er auf eine eigenständige Aussenpolitik verzichten und ganz auf den Kurs der andern Golfstaaten umschwenken solle. Katar dachte nicht daran. Und schon im Landeanflug auf die Hauptstadt Doha wird klar: so sieht kein Verlierer aus. Auch in Doha bestimmen Wolkenkratzer die Skyline, auch hier ist die Handschrift der Stararchitekten zu erkennen. Die Aussicht auf die Fussballweltmeisterschaft im nächsten Winter hat in Katar einen gewaltigen Bauboom ausgelöst. «Wir sind bereit, die Welt zu empfangen», sagt Mohammed Al Mulla vom staatlichen Organisationskomitee. Mit dem rund um den Globus beachteten Sportereignis will Katar sich selbst und der ganzen Welt die eigene Unverzichtbarkeit beweisen. (Erstausstrahlung: 30. April 2022)
Our latest episode of The Lebanese Physicians' Podcast with Dr. Rola Hammoud, current Chief Medical Officer, of CMC Dubai. In this episode, we discuss Dr. Hammoud's journey from an anesthesiology resident at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon to becoming the CMO of an up and coming hospital in Dubai. We discuss her role and the role of women in medicine in advancing the healthcare sector in Lebanon and beyond, and their role in promoting quality initiatives to provide safe healthcare to the Lebanese population independent of their socioeconomic status. We hope you will enjoy listening to and watching this episode. You can listen to the audio version of this episode on Spotify, Apple, iHeartRadio, and Anghami You can watch the video on YouTube on https://youtu.be/g3UilRqrONE #Womenleadership #healthcare #middleeast #lebanon #dubai @cmcdubai Y
Caroline Standbury stops by Chanel in the City to chat with Chanel Omari all about The Real Housewives of Dubai, her experience and transiton from Ladies of London to Housewives Franchise, what she had going on this season and how she overcame it with grace, how she overcomes the conflict between Chanel and Lisa and the other cast mates, who she was closest to this season and why. Caroline also opens up about her divorce and tips to getting back out in the dating game. Caroline chats about her second marriage to Sergio and how to maintain a healthy relationship with all thats going on her life at the moment, including building their dream home and her new shoe line! Make sure to tune in to The Real Housewives of Dubai every Wednsday night on Bravo TV at 9pm. Make sure to follow @CarolineStandbury on all social media platforms.
We are backkkkk! We catch up on all the Bravo gossip like Tamra regaining her orange, Taylor joining the cast plus a feud between Austen Kroll and Rachel from Below Deck. Should we be saying Dubai-bai to the women of the desert? Can we protect Ayan and her fabulosity? We talk all things Atlanta and hope Kandi doesn't die before Todd. We butt heads on Marlo and appreciate Sanya setting the ground rules for Jamaica. In Beverly Hills, did we miss Kyle, Diana, Kathy, and Crystal? Do we think Erika is having as much s-e-x as she claims?! Is Rinna wines truth serum or does it make you turn you into a soap actress? Let the mouse go or stop pretending to like Sutton! We don't talk about the husbands or the children! Come judge with us!You can find us on social media:Instagram: @twojudgeygirlsFacebook: www.facebook.com/twojudgeygirlsPatreon: www.patreon.com/twojudgeygirlsCameo: www.cameo.com/twojudgeygirls2Podcast: ACast, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we tackle some other news around the Bravo world before diving into Southern Charm. We discuss Marge and RHONJ, we get a Dubai update and the prospect of Phaedra making a move, much like her RHUGT cast mate Taylor Armstrong… Then we go in on Southern Charm and a very eventful party at Olivia's where Chleb pulls a WILD move.
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Bitcoin was down, now it's back. Fiat Money is dead and technology is killing it. And it's a slow, painful death. An open letter from a Crypto guy to his Wall St. friend. Free your mind and the rest will follow. New parody song, George Carlin claims not every ejaculation deserves a name, Mr. Crypto talks about his trip to Dubai and the reason we can now live in extreme climates. On a jam packed, in your face round peg in a square world spanking encore presentation of the Dana Crypto Show.
3:31 - Richard's one big thing is a new agreement between IBM and Saudi Arabia's IT authority that will upskill 100,000 young Saudis in the digital sector. The MoU to implement eight initiatives seeks to “bolster the Kingdom's position as a hub of technology and innovation in the Middle East and North Africa region,” according to SPA.9:32 - Lucien's one big thing is a look at the latest data coming out on the Saudi economy in 2022, which is one of the fastest-growing globally. Saudi Arabia's General Authority for Statistics (GAStat) said that Saudi Arabia's economy expanded 11.8% in the second quarter of this year, year-on-year, maintaining the fastest pace of growth since 2011. High oil prices and output have powered that growth. But beyond oil, Saudi Arabia is seeing positive signs in the non-oil economy as well, which is key for the Kingdom Vision 2030 economic and social reforms. Non-oil GDP gained 5.4% while the oil economy grew 23.1% compared to last year, according to preliminary estimates.Separately, Standard and Poors (S&P) released its headline seasonally adjusted S&P Global Saudi Arabia Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for the whole economy this week. Though the trend for July was down from June, falling to 56.3 in July from 57.0 in June, it remained well above the neutral 50.0 mark that separates growth from contraction.17:31 - The 966 speaks with Faisal Durrani, Partner and Head of Middle East Research at Knight Frank, the London-based global real estate consultancy. Knight Frank just released two reports on Saudi Arabia's commercial and residential real estate sectors, providing unique insights into one of the world's fastest growing real estate markets. Faisal joins The 966 from Dubai to discuss the reports and much more. 1:04 - Yallah! 6 top storylines to get you up to date heading into the weekend. US to extend visa validity for Saudis to 10 years starting Aug. 1Last month, the US announced it would be extending visit visas for Saudi nationals from five to 10 years. The announcement came a day after US President Joe Biden arrived in Saudi Arabia for a two-day official visit as part of his first Middle East tour as president, during which he met King Salman, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other senior Saudi officials. Saudis hail Vision 2030 women's workforce figuresSaudi women now comprise 33.6 percent of the Saudi workforce as of March 2022, according to the General Authority for Statistics. That figure is up from 17.4 percent just five years ago. The unemployment rate of women was the lowest in 20 years as of the first quarter of 2022, falling to 20.2 percent from 22.5 percent during the fourth quarter of 2021. Biden Approves Arms Sales to Saudi, UAEThe Biden administration on Tuesday approved and notified Congress of possible multibillion-dollar weapons sales to both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The notice of the approval comes just weeks after President Joe Biden met with the leaders of each nation in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, as he sought to improve relations between the US and the Saudis. Tiger Woods turns down as much as $800 million for LIV GolfTiger Woods turned down an offer that Greg Norman says was "somewhere in that neighborhood" of $700 million to $800 million to take part in the Saudi-funded LIV Golf series.During an appearance on Fox News with Tucker Carlson that aired Monday night, Norman confirmed what he told the Washington Post in a story two months ago. Norman told the Post in June the offer was "mind-blowingly enormous; we're talking about high nine digits." Saudi Arabia Eyes Hosting of 2026 Women's Asian CupSaudi Arabia has joined Australia, Jordan and Uzbekistan as nations who have expressed interest in hosting the 2026 Women's Asian Cup, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said on Monday as reported in Reuters.NEOM's Oxagon announces annual Kingdom-wide Hackathon NEOM's Oxagon, home to advanced and clean industries with industrial innovation at its core, today launched the first edition of its Hackathon, in partnership with Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Education, powered by Blossom Accelerator.The three-day sprint is set to take place from October 6 to 8 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and is designed to foster a collaborative and inclusive innovation eco-system across the Kingdom's burgeoning startup community, a statement said.
Adam & Derek talk character building in London, the importance of traveling abroad and how to build your own brand with world renowned pastry chef, Paul Haward. Paul is chef owner of PH by Design Consulting based out of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Rinna Rosé is in the works...watch out Luann with your fozé! Reported talks about how Leah McSweeney is potentially banned from Thailand after some filming of UGT3. Is this WORD ON THE STREET true tea? Would you want it to be true? RHOBH is not doing it for me this season, while I'm impatiently waiting for my East Coast gals to return. Dubai hits it for the #1 spot in the currency of Bravo shows, with Below Deck in dead last. I'm confident more interesting things will come along. And hear my bone that I pick with our beloved network when it comes to Bravocon. Follow ME @bravoyinzer Follow us @bleavnetwork and @bleavlifestyle on the IG, honey
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