SURVEYS & SPECIAL ISSUES

The crunchy way

A biscuit company revamps its products and creates jobs for Omanis in Sohar, reports Sujit Chandra Kumar

Gathering Steam

Signs of economic recovery in the sultanate augur well for Oman Cables, which posted good second quarter results

Cellular wars

With Friendi, Halafoni and Renna entering the Omani market, competition among mobile operators is heating up like never before

Creativity is a must have

You must have creativity: without it advertising would be dull, generic, formulaic and sometimes even destructive

Virtual Sales

Karim Rahematullah, CEO, Infocomm, talks to BusinessToday about why e- and m-commerce are potent tools, especially during a downturn

Bottleneck

Fly-by-night operators in the interiors are damaging the reputation of established firms by selling duplicate water

Audilicious

BusinessToday attends the 100th birthday party of German car giant Audi at Ingolstadt in Germany

Slick progress

The private sector moves in with enthusiasm and deep pockets into the area of Oman’s upstream oil development

Supermarket Sweeps

With a clear gap between hypermarkets and disappearing local shops, a new type of shopping experience is emerging

Vagaries of the bourse

A look at some of the quarterly results declared till mid-July

The only way forward

In the first of a series of exclusive interviews with BusinessToday, Mark Eaton, one of the key participants at the annual Smart Manufacturing Conference, talks about sustainable manufacturing