The jobs disappearing in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

If you are a Khoja entrepreneur, what emerging areas should you be investing in? And if you’re a young person planning your career, where will you have the best chance of finding work when you graduate? Intelligence from the experts at the World Economic Forum sheds fascinating light on this conundrum. Economists carried out a […]

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Meet the Khoja trio behind London’s first gourmet halal steak delivery firm

Halalnivore is one of the most inventive additions to the London’s buzzing premium halal food scene. Founded by Abbas Ismail, Walli Datoo and Hasnain Rajpal, it is proving a delight to foodies in the capital. The three British friends gave up their day jobs in 2016 to launch Halalnivore as an online service that offers […]

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The man who masterminded Dubai’s streetwear sensation

When Hussain Moloobhoy co-founded a festival dedicated to streetwear and hip-hop eight years ago, he had no idea how big it would become. Sole DXB drew 1,000 people in its first year and has gone on to become a major date on the Dubai calendar. Now it is a three-day event that pulls more than […]

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One of the next crop of great leaders

Toronto hedge fund manager Moez Kassam has been named one of ‘Canada’s next crop of great leaders.’ He features in the 2018 class of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40, announced by Bloomberg Magazine.The list shines a spotlight on some of the nation’s top young innovators and entrepreneurs, described by organisers as ‘truly remarkable young women […]

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Dewji named top CEO

Tanzanian billionaire entrepreneur Mohammed Dewji has been named Best African CEO at the Africa Investments Forum & Awards ceremony in Paris. The accolade came just a month after Dewji, Africa’s youngest billionaire,was abducted by unidentified kidnappers in Dar es Salaam. He was held for nine days before being releasedunharmed with no ransom paid. The CEO […]

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A woman ahead of the herd

Fatema Dewji pulls no punches in her new inside account of the near-collapse and rescue of one of the largest business houses in Africa. Fatema is recognised as among Africa’s most influential women. She is both marketing head of MeTL and founder of Educate, Empower & Inspire – a platform she uses to inspire those […]

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