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CNBC Arabia interviews Dr. Shihab Elborai, Partner with Strategy& Middle East, to discuss the firm’s study "The outlook for renewable energy in the GCC: Mostly sunny with a chance of rain". To learn more about the study, please click here.
Al Arabiya interviews Dr. Shihab Elborai, Partner with Strategy&, to discuss the firm’s study ‘The outlook for renewable energy in the GCC: Mostly sunny with a chance of rain’.
Al Arabiya interviews Fadi Adra, Partner with Strategy&, to discuss the Ideation Center Insight entitled ‘Triggering change in the GCC through behavioral insights: An innovative approach to effective policymaking’.

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Distribution market: Pan Arab

Tarek El Zein, Partner with Strategy&, writes that this year, the Middle East telecom industry will press ahead with digital transformation like never before. Although the Middle East telecom market has reached its peak, and is even contracting in some countries, regional operators are positioned to reverse this trend in 2018 with four key strategies. They must accelerate the building of digital capabilities, scale-up their adjacency ventures through acquisition, push forward efficiency programs, and advance in building partnerships with their regulators.
Distribution market: Pan Arab

Strategy& Partner Haroon Sheikh writes that GCC countries need to prepare for the next wave of change in military technology. Armed forces across the world are increasingly integrating digital technology, artificial intelligence, and robotics into defence platforms and military operations. In the foreseeable future the armies of developed countries will deploy robotic vehicles, whether for transport or combat, providing them with a significant combat and intelligence advantage
Distribution market: Gulf News

According to Strategy& Partners Fadi Adra and Yahya Anouti, GCC states are engaged in ambitious national transformation programmes that depend to a considerable extent upon people making different choices. Improving national health levels, to use just one example, involves people adopting healthier eating habits and leading more active lifestyles — an area where traditional policymaking methods like applying fines, incentives, or taxes are not always effective as standalone tools.

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As the GCC countries pursue economic diversification and sustainable growth plans, the need to digitize the freight transportation and logistics industry (T&L) is becoming increasingly important. At present, the T&L industry in the GCC, which is one of the key drivers of economic activity in the region, faces a combined threat of declining business revenue and outdated infrastructure, according to a recent study by management consultancy Strategy& Middle East (formerly Booz & Company), part of the PwC network.
Traditionally in the GCC, owning large pieces of land has been a means of safeguarding wealth for both governments and the private sector. However, these lands often lie dormant and unexploited. According to management consultancy Strategy& (formerly Booz & Company), part of the PwC network, recent growing economic pressure calls for a new approach in order to unlock these lands’ true value.
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states show great promise for renewable energy deployment, according to a recent study by management consultancy Strategy& Middle East (formerly Booz & Company), part of the PwC network. To unlock this potential, GCC governments must develop a carefully planned framework and make careful decisions. The transition to a modern, renewables-based energy system is fraught with risk if governments take an ad hoc approach. Instead, they must act quickly and deliberately.