Reading Time: 4 minutesInterview with the Emirati Spoken Word Poet Afra Atiq to learn about her process in writing her poetry and performing it. Afra Atiq has just concluded her performance for Literaturhaus, a program launched by Al-Serkal Avenue at Nadi Al-Quoz that features an array of authors. It is one of the many stages Atiq has been
Reading Time: 6 minutesInterview in brief: Abdullah Al Mulla, the co-founder of Home Bakery, tells us about the development of Home Bakery from a home business into a successful cafe, and his experience with managing an F&B business. Read on to know more about Abdullah and Home Bakery café. Sail: Tell us about the beginnings of Home Bakery;
Reading Time: 6 minutesHere is the story behind Sharjah’s sweet retreat, Paper Fig. Read on to know more about the café and to get business inspiration from its bright owner, Nawal Al Nuaimi. Sail: When did your passion for eating pastries start? Nawal: It started when I was just a child. Every day, my mother would make us
Reading Time: 4 minutesAtheer bin Shaker is 26 years old and has a Bachelor’s degree in Integrated Media from Zayed University.
Reading Time: 1 minuteIn a new initiative by Spontiphoria cafe and boutique, called Inspirational Women of The UAE, the cafe hosts a
Reading Time: 4 minutesArticle in brief: our writer Shaima Al Tamimi interviewed Shaikha Al Kaabi about the recent opening of Meylas, her Emirati Restaurant in Abu Dhabi, and the cultural implication of this delicious venture. If there’s one thing I’m ecstatic about discussing, it is the sparse pop-up of Emirati restaurants in the country and how more needs
Reading Time: 1 minuteSuzanne Radford interviewed our columnists Nasser Al Falasi (column: Just A Nassasary) and Sidiqa Sohail (column: Musings of An Entrepreneur) on her show “Voices of Diversity” on Dubai Eye. In the interview, Suzanne discussed with Nasser his articles You, I & Us, and Societies & “Bushido”, while she discussed with Sidiqa her experience with running Spontiphoria and some
Reading Time: 1 minuteOur editor in chief, Iman Ben Chaibah, along with Sail’s second published book author, Omar Al Busaidy, joined Suzanne Radford & Dr. Samineh Shaheem’s Dubai Today radio show on 31st of May, 2015. In the show they discussed the updates of Sail Publishing in terms of Sail Magazine’s milestones, the second magazine: By The Masses,
Reading Time: 7 minutesNajla AlMidfa, recently was listed as one of the most powerful Arabs under 40, and that barely speaks to all her achievements in life, from being a Stanford MBA graduate, long experience in international consultancy companies, long involvement in entrepreneurship whether directly or through her work in Khalifa fund few years back, and now with
Reading Time: 7 minutesThis month, we interviewed the man behind GoldCleats, an upcoming online soccer community for coaches, players, scouts, agents, fans and anyone who loves this sport. GoldCleats founders are looking to change the way football players develop, communicate and get scouted by using the Internet and mobile application. Sail: How did the idea come to you?