The Evolution of Education

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Education Sector in Saudi Arabia – a new horizon

by Ivor McGettigan / Farha Leadbetter

Saudi Arabia recognises the need to evolve and enhance its education system to support its young population, drive a new innovative economy and sufficiently meet new demands.

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Qatar National Vision 2030: propelling Qatar towards a world-class education system

by Ahmed Jaafir / Samiya Mitha / Sofian Nawaiseh

Qatar Ministry of Education and Higher Education (Ministry of Education) in keeping with the Qatar National Vision 2030 is keen to allow local and foreign investors to establish educational institutions in Qatar.

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Trade Secrets, Know-How & Confidentiality: Protection & Enforcement against Violation

by Ahmad Saleh / Imad El Ess / Reem Albudoor

Trade secrets, know-how, and confidential information are highly attractive forms of intellectual property protection, due to the fact that they offer companies a competitive edge in the marketplace and allow companies to protect information without public disclosure.

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DP101: A Lesson on Data Protection in the Education Sector

by Krishna Jhala / Nileena Susan Alexander

In the last quarter of 2021, the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) issued Federal Decree-Law No. (45) of 2021 Concerning the Protection of Personal Data (“DP Law”), which came into force on 2 January 2022.

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Investment in the Egyptian Sector: Hindrances and Opportunities

by Elisabeth Shawky / Nour Gheith

The Egyptian private educational sector is currently one of the most attractive sectors for investment purposes.

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Ameena Bucheeri Interview: The Life and Times of an EdTech App

by Rad El Treki / Hussain Osman / Yara Frotan

Enter Telp. A Bahrain founded EdTech solution offering parents the convenience of online tutoring and empowering community tutors to find students, manage their schedules, and track their earnings.

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