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Sheikh Ahmed to speak at Arabian Business conference

The Emirates Airline chief leads the line up of top business leaders

Sheikh Ahmed to speak at Arabian Business conference
The Emirates Airline chairman will also patron the Arabian Business conference on November 29.
Sheikh Ahmed to speak at Arabian Business conference
Sheikh Ahmed to speak at Arabian Business conference
Sheikh Ahmed to speak at Arabian Business conference
Sheikh Ahmed to speak at Arabian Business conference
Sheikh Ahmed to speak at Arabian Business conference

HH Sheikh Ahmed  bin Saeed Al Maktoum is to open the third Arabian Business Economic Forum on November 29. The Emirates Airline chairman will also patron the event, which is being held at The Armani Hotel, Dubai.

The forum will also feature key note speeches from some of the region’s biggest business leaders, including Emaar chairman Mohammed Alabbar, Alshaya Group boss Mohammed Alshaya, Al Fajer Group CEO HH Sheikh Maktoum Al Hasher Al Maktoum, and former DIFC chairman Dr Habib Al Mulla.

The event will focus on the key economic issues of the day, and also include a specialist debate on “The State of the Nation.”  A number of expert panelists are also set to appear, including Accenture Middle East managing director Omar Boulos, American Express Middle East CEO William Keliehor, Crescent Petroleum Executive Director Badr Jafar and Omnicom Media Group MENA CEO Elie Khouri.

The forum is to be hosted by the BBC broadcaster Andrew Neil, also chairman of ITP Group.

Neil said: “This is the third economic forum staged by Arabian Business and by far the biggest – some of the leading names in regional business will be giving us their own take on the state of the economy, the lessons learned from the crisis and where growth will come from. It promises to be a day of excellent speeches and fascinating debates.”

Further information can be found at: www.arabianbusiness.com/conference

For ticket enquiries contact: michael.mcgill@itp.com

For sponsorship enquiries contact: Wissam.Younane@itp.com

 

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