Top names to headline 8th Arabian Business Forum

Some of the region’s most distinguished businessmen will headline the 8th Arabian Business Forum, which will be held next week

As ever, the Arabian Business Forum will focus on the growing opportunities within the Gulf region.

It will be held on Tuesday 21 May at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai.

Among the speakers are Ryan Mahoney, CEO of Better Homes, Yousif Abdulghani, managing director of McDonald’s in the region, Kate Hardcastle, the co-founder of Insight with Passion, and Fredrik Schauman, the managing director of iProspect.

Also included on the agenda is a panel discussion on the future of Dubai, with input from Douglas Kirkland, the CEO of Investment Corporation of Dubai-Brookfield Management, Nicholas Maclean, managing director of CBRE Middle East and Sam Wani, general manager of Independent Finance.

The forum will be chaired by the BBC Television presenter and ITP chairman Andrew Neil, who will conduct one-to-one interviews with the keynote speakers on stage following their speeches.

For full details go to www.arabianbusiness.com/conference

For ticket enquiries, please contact Michael.McGill@itp.com

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