How is one of Canada’s most creative novelists connected to one of the most influential businessmen in the Arab world?
March 4, 2009 2:33 by Aarti Nagraj
“We are pleased to be associated with a dynamic and distinguished group like Al Tayer,” Joseph Wan said at that time.
More recently, in January 2009, Harvey Nichols announced plans of its third destination in the Middle East (after Dubai and Riyadh), with the opening of a store in Kuwait. The store will cover over 10,000-square meters of retail space, and is set to open its doors in spring/summer 2011.
Harvey Nichols teamed up with Middle East franchise operator Alshaya for the store, and the announcement was made jointly by Wan and the head of Alshaya …
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