Oman’s Five Ocean Fisheries makes local impact while exporting 70-80% of catch

“With more than 18 years’ experience in the fisheries sector, we knew Dawood had it in him to make it big. With the right finance and strategic assistance on business and financial planning, we set Five Oceans on the path to success,” says Sami Al Hassan, Investment Executive, GroFin, manager of the Nomou Oman Fund.

How impact investing can solve Africa’s trickle-down woes

With the experience of major African economies showing that the benefits of growth at the top are not trickling down to the poor, it is time for innovative economic alternatives such as impact investing to show the way forward for inclusive growth. Trickle-down has no effect There was a time when ‘trickle down’ was the

How African entrepreneurs are wooing Chinese consumers

Africa’s trade with China is set to expand, as the continent’s entrepreneurs are increasingly exploring ties with the Mainland that go far beyond mineral mining and resource exploration. Africa-China trade has rapidly intensified since the late 1990s. In 2013, China became Sub Saharan Africa’s (SSA’s) largest export and development partner. This relationship has only grown

School for tomorrow: National Private School, Oman

Started in 1982, the National Private School (NPS) is one of the best private schools in Muscat, in a competitive market where private schooling is in high demand. A majority of new generation Omani parents tend to send their children to private school because of the flexibility provided in choice of curriculum as well as