A radio veteran, Mark Lloyd has been busy entertaining the UAE and building his burgeoning fan-base since joining Dubai 92 back in 1991. A broadcasting all-rounder, Mark has since clocked up many impressive firsts including interviews with some of the best known faces in show business. A friend to the stars, Mark started life as a professional musician and ranks interviews with Luther Vandross and Cliff Richard as highlights. However, it would seem that Mark was destined for a career that combined his other love – travel, prompted by an early musical gig working on a cruise-liner. In the years that have followed, Mark has commandeered the airwaves with live shows from Hong Kong, Singapore, New York and the Philippines, with recent sojourns in the Seychelles, Japan and Las Vegas. An outdoor soul, Mark is perfectly placed in the UAE where he spends time enjoying the many parks and recreational facilities, as well as combining a love of his family. Mark is happiest watching a sunset from the beach.
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The Business Breakfast is the day’s must listen for the UAE’s business leaders, and those who aspire to be.
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Broadcasting every weekday, Georgia Tolley goes beyond the headlines to speak to government ministers, decision makers, analysts and local experts to find out how the news will impact those of us living in the UAE.
John Lyons of Espace Real Estate says there is a slight slowdown in the property market during summer. So we asked him, does this mean prices are negotiable during the summer months?
Lawyer Rebecca Kelly of Clyde & Co. explained why UAE judicial authorities are setting up new offices to deal with financial crime, including money laundering.
Airalo - an eSim company disrupting telco's roaming revenues, has raised $60 million in funding including investment from our own e&.
It sounds like an episode of The Jetsons, but the sight of flying taxis whizzing around our cities could be much closer than you think.
The UAE has said that tougher penalties will come into force from 1st August for not keeping proper corporate tax records.