Dubai, United Arab Emirates – The Dubai Business Forum, scheduled for November 1-2, 2023, is set to host an array of influential speakers who will delve into the future of the global economy. Organized by Dubai Chambers, this two-day event promises high-level discussions and insights, bringing together leaders from various sectors to explore emerging trends in business and global trade.
Public Sector Heavyweights:
Prominent figures from the public sector will grace the forum with their wisdom and insights. Among them are:
- H.E. Abdul Aziz Abdulla Al Ghurair: Chairman of Dubai Chambers.
- H.E. Abdullah bin Touq Al Marri: UAE Minister of Economy.
- H.E. Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem: Group Chairman and CEO of DP World.
- H.E. Helal Saeed Al Marri: Director General of Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism.
These distinguished leaders are set to share valuable perspectives on the future of the global economy.
Private Sector Visionaries:
The forum will also feature a dynamic lineup of private-sector speakers, including:
- Shamsa Al Falasi: CEO of Citibank.
- Ronaldo Mouchawar: Vice President of Amazon MENA.
- Khatija Haque:
- Prof. Ian Goldin: Professor of Globalisation and Development at the University of Oxford.
- Jane Prokop: Executive Vice President, Small and Medium Enterprises at Mastercard.
- Deepak Bagla: President of the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies.
These private sector luminaries, representing a wide range of industries, are expected to provide fresh perspectives on the evolving global business landscape at the Dubai Business Forum.
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According to Mohammad Ali Rashed Lootah, President and CEO of Dubai Chambers, this year’s lineup is designed to spark thought-provoking discussions and innovative visions. “We believe that these vibrant personalities and creative thinkers will help us think differently, bring us together, and make us stronger as a global business community,” he said.
The Dubai Business Forum 2023 promises to be an event where the convergence of public and private sector insights will lead to valuable conversations that will shape the future of global business.