By Neil King
Dubai SME will host first regional chapter of the World Entrepreneurship Forum later this month
Dubai SME is set to debut the first World Entrepreneurship Forum in the Middle East when the event comes to Dubai’s World Trade Centre on 8-9 December.
The World Entrepreneurship Forum was established in 2008 to help promote entrepreneurial idea exchange and networking, and to find solutions to world economic and social challenges.
The Dubai event will be the first of its kind in the Middle East, bringing together key players in the entrepreneurial ecosystem, as well as politician, academics, industry experts, and more.
The WEF was set up on four pillars: Creating companies for job creation, developing entrepreneurship at the bottom of the pyramid to alleviate poverty and create new markets, shaping entrepreneurial cities, and implementing entrepreneurial education.
Dubai SME aims to build the UAE chapter of WEF to be a regular event with high-impact results.