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Mr. Sean Evers is Founder and Managing Partner of Gulf Intelligence. Sean has spent his career building ground-  breaking media enterprises, starting with the award-winning Punchbag Productions across Britain and Ireland, securing a top award at the 1992 Edinburgh Festival. In the mid-1990s Sean Evers was appointed Cairo correspondent for The Financial Times. In 1997 he was recruited by Bloomberg to open up the Middle East office in the UAE, and over the following decade he built-out the U.S. media company’s regional network of bureaus from Cairo to Tehran, culminating in 2008 in Dubai being designated as the firm’s fourth global hub. He attained a BA in Politics & Economics from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana in 1988, and went on to secure his LLB law degree at the National University of Ireland, Galway.



Dyala Sabbagh, who has presented the BBC and CNBC’s signature Middle East business shows, is a much sought after Moderator and Master of Ceremonies for government, corporate and charity events across the region, that have included special guests U.S. President Bill Clinton, Queen Rania of Jordan and Sir Bob Geldof. During her print and broadcast career, Dyala has interviewed a cross-section of business and political leaders. Ms. Sabbagh’s combination of a U.K. public school education with Lebanese origins, international broadcast experience, and fluency in Arabic and English, has seen her emerge as a face of the modern Middle East. Dyala started her career in banking with Credit Suisse First Boston and moved onto media. Dyala is a partner in Gulf Intelligence.


Last Update: 14/05/2014