RESEARCHES

Muslim Friendly Tourism: The Digital Imperative | COMCEC

The global tourism industry is one of the most affected industries with the growing sophistication of digitally driven marketing and with an ever evolving must-to-adopt innovative marketing strategies are being employed to engage global travelers. Both Destination Management Organizations (DMOs) and tourism industry players have to be highly active in attracting Muslim travelers through the …

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Arab Social Media Report in 2015 | TNS

This social media report by TNS is the largest & the first research study of its kind in the Arab World, it aimed to gauge the perceptions of the users in the Arab world social media, as well as describing their social media usage habits. For more information, please download the”Arab Social Media in 2015″  …

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Social Media Usage across Oman in 2015 | Asian Social Science

Oman ranked 57 in technological readiness according to per 2014 Global Competitiveness Report. Internet users in Oman have increased in the last fifteen years from 3.5% in 2000 to 70.2% of the total population in 2014, largely due to devices like smartphones, tablets, and laptops & internet enabled. According to research by “We are social”, …

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Global Digital Statistics in 2016 | We Are Social

Are you searching for the global Digital Statistics? DIGITAL IN 2016 report is a comprehensive study of digital, social and mobile usage around the world by We Are Social. DIGITAL IN 2016 report contains all the digital data, social stats and mobile numbers you need to understand the global state of digital marketing. Some of …

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The State of Broadband: Broadband Catalyzing Sustainable Development, Q3 2016 | ITU & UNESCO

According to the latest ITU estimates, there will be 3.5 billion people online by the end of 2016, but more than half the world’s population (about 3.9 billion people) will still be offline, and unable to connect regularly and there is much more effort is needed to ensure that the benefits of the Internet spread …

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State of Payments of E-Commerce in the Middle East, 2015 | PayFort

Payfort Annual Report of the State of Payments 2015 on the world explains the payments and eCommerce innovation in the Arab World. Commerce is the fastest growing sector covered in this report, and by 2020 it will be the one to beat in the airline sector to become the biggest. By then the report predicts that …

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Information Economy Report, 2015 | UNCTAD

In the 2015 edition of UNCTAD’s Information Economy Report estimates Electronic commerce, examines opportunities & challenges faced by risk in developing countries that want to engage in electronic commerce (e-commerce) and shows in detail how information and communications technologies can be harnessed to support economic growth & sustainable development. The share of the Asia and …

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Digital Economy Outlook, 2015 | OECD

According to OCED, The digital economy Outlook 2015  report shows that digital economy now breaks through countless aspects of a world economy, affect varied sectors as banking, retail, energy, publishing, transportation, education, media or health. Information & Communication Technologies are transforming the social interactions ways, and personal relationships are conducted with converging fixed, mobile and broadcast networks and …

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Internet Report 2015 | Internet Socity Global

The report of Internet Society Global focused on the mobile Internet for two reasons. First,as with mobile telephony, the mobile Internet doesn’t just liberate us from the constraints of a wired connection, but it offers hundreds of millions around the world their only, or primary, means of accessing the Internet. Second, the mobile Internet does not …

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Social Media in the Middle East 2015 | Damian Radcliffe

This report is the fourth one in a series of annual reports designed to capture some of the key developments in the world of social media within the Middle East during 2015. Interest in this field,which was first unlocked by the Arab Spring, continues to attract researchers, marketers, and businesses.

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