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Claudine Coletti

Managing Editor

Claudine Coletti is the Managing Editor for Forbes Middle East, focused on planning, writing and commissioning content to delve into the region’s most important sectors and analyze its key markets through the lens of Forbes Middle East’s unique style. Claudine excels at engaging with entrepreneurs and business leaders to uncover their journeys and tell their stories. She maintains an extensive business network, working with journalists from across the Gulf and building relationships with PR, industry experts and consultants.

ARTICLES

2 months ago

Aston Martin Begins Production On Its Most Valuable Car So Far

Delivery of the DB4 GT Zagato Continuation model is due to begin at the end of the year. Each car will take around 4,500 hours to complete.
2 months ago

Jordanian Handbag Designer, Farah Al Asmar, Talks About Her Journey, Her Royal Fan And Her Latest Initiative

Jordanian handbag designer, Farah Al Asmar, has found her niche in affordable luxury fit for a queen. Now she’s looking to expand her style, by inviting in a fresh perspective.
2 months ago

DIFC And Mashreq Start Blockchain-Based Data-Sharing Platform Using Swedish Fintech

Companies that subscribe will essentially be able to digitally create a single KYC record, authenticated with electronic ID), to simultaneously share data with other financial institutions.
3 months ago

Misk Innovation Launches Two Growth Accelerator Programs For MENA Startups

The Misk 500 Accelerator Program and the Misk Growth Accelerator will give participants the skills, knowledge and investment to scale.
3 months ago

Sunil Kaushal Is Taking Standard Chartered Down A Bold New Path In MEA—One Led By Digital

Top Indian leader Sunil Kaushal has been in finance over 30 years, but he's ready for the future, introducing digital-only options to the Middle East & Africa for the first time.
3 months ago

The Richest People In 9 Middle Eastern Countries

The Middle East is home to 42 billionaires, with an aggregate net worth of $191.3 billion. Ever wondered who the richest person in your country is? 
4 months ago

The World’s Most Affordable Prime City Residences Are In Dubai

Prime residential property in Dubai costs an average of $625 per sqft. In Hong Kong  it will set you back an average of $4,251 per sqft.
4 months ago

UAE Philanthropist Among The Latest HNWIs To Sign The Giving Pledge

Although not legally binding, signatories of the pledge commit to creating a greater culture of giving to help tackle society’s most pressing problems.