Introduction & Purpose
Knowledge update and Industry update at Skyline University College (SUC) is an online platform for communicating knowledge with SUC stakeholders, industry, and the outside world about the current trends of business development, technology, and social changes. The platform helps in branding SUC as a leading institution of updated knowledge base and in encouraging faculties, students, and others to create and contribute under different streams of domain and application. The platform also acts as a catalyst for learning and sharing knowledge in various areas.
CCL Department Travel and Tourism
"Hospitality" and "tourism" are frequently used interchangeably. While they are similar, they are not always the same. If you want to work in any of these businesses, you need understand the distinctions between hospitality and tourism.
Mr. Mahmoud Alsakhnini Lifestyle and Trends
Metaverse, which alludes to the next generation of the Internet, has become popular in our society's most contemporary contexts.
Dr. Kakul Agha Entrepreneurship
Leadership is a much needed and cherished role that only a few fit into. Managers come in several shapes and sizes but leaders are curated with special traits, exceptional talent and noticeable charisma.
Mr. Muhammad Habboosh Lifestyle and Trends
Social Media means engaging people to create videos or thoughts or share them with others using virtual network. Social Media started with simple platforms such as GeoCities, launched in November 1994, and Classmates.com in 1995 and then SixDegrees.com in 1997 (Wikipedia, 2022)
Prof. Haitham Alzoubi From Different Corners
There is a strong belief that even with the logical decisions we make, there are a lot of emotions feeding that logic. Professionals try to assure that people can put aside their feelings while they are making a particular decision, but in reality, that is almost impossible.
Dr. Kakul Agha Human Resources
Knowing what the future holds for us is nothing but an estimation of the present. We are aware that since the last eighteen months, the world is undergoing dynamic changes and rapid evolution.
The COVID-19 pandemic has evinced how well financial institutions can operate with remote staff, which is a positive aspect. In view of the combination of new technologies and digital accounting, CPAs operating remotely may still deliver high-quality service to their clients.