Monday 29 August 2022 – 15:44
DUBAI, 29 August / WAM/ The Museum of the Future in Dubai will for the first time host the new edition of the forum “Strategic Transformations and Future Impact of the Gulf Countries 2022”, which will be held on 14 and 15 September 2022 in the presence of the most prominent decision-makers and entrepreneurs in the countries of the Arabian Gulf region, and aims to enable partnerships between the public and private sectors to reinvent and develop new business strategies to ensure maximum impact over the next 20 years.
During the two days of the forum, VIP keynotes, panel discussions, interactive talks and rapid interventions will discuss ways for the Arab Gulf States to move forward in a future phase full of strategic transformations, focusing on government initiatives, healthcare, food security, digital economy and support for national talent; An elite group of Harvard alumni CEOs and entrepreneurs will lead informed and inspiring discussions to encourage decision makers to rethink and align business agendas for maximum impact.
In addition to the major global challenges of education, food security, health and development of national workforce capacity, GCC countries face additional challenges in enabling economic transformation initiatives and the transition from dependence on hydrocarbon industries to more diversified and sustainable economic sectors.
The list of speakers at the conference includes a number of prominent decision-makers and entrepreneurs in the region, including His Excellency Omar Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications in the UAE; His Excellency Eng. Mohammed Al-Jasser, Assistant Minister of Human Resources and Social Development for Common Services of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Helal Saeed Al Marri, Director General of the Department of Economy and Tourism in Dubai; and Professor John D. Macomber, Associate Professor in the Department of Business Administration at Harvard Business School.
The list of official partners and sponsors for this year’s edition of the forum includes the Abu Dhabi Ministry of Health; Thiqa, a business services and smart solutions provider in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; and “Eastern Economy with Bloomberg”.
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