Dubai forum to focus on crisis aftermath
Dubai, October 27, 2009
Aftermath of the global economic downturn amidst a fast-changing business landscape is the focus at an ongoing top business forum in Dubai.
The Leaders in Dubai Business Forum, which opened yesterday (October 26) at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, will run until October 29.
Noted management gurus, including Nobel Laureates Al Gore and Desmond Tutu as well as Gary Hamel and Tommy Weir will be speaking the event.
“Dubai and the region are at a crossroads in the aftermath of the global economic downturn,” said Lucy Mountain, project director, Leaders in Dubai Business Forum.
“Speakers at the Leaders in Dubai forum represent a collective wisdom and foresight in dealing with crisis situations without compromising on equality, stability and security. Their opinions and observations will help economies in the region in choosing the way forward,” she added.
Leading enterprises and organisations in the Middle East have extended their support to the Leaders in Dubai forum, underlining the importance of the gathering in charting the future of the region, a statement said.
“Cadillac is proud to participate in the Leaders in Dubai Business Forum, an event that further positions Dubai as a regional and global hub for business diversity and thought progression,” said Mike Devereux, president, General Motors in the Middle East.
“Leadership and a strong desire to succeed are two core traits of the Cadillac brand and in supporting this gathering of these highly influential business speakers in Dubai, Cadillac firmly echoes the drive and determination these speakers hope to engender, in striving to plan, create and continue to build ongoing success,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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