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UAE to host National Achievers Congress 2016

The National Achievers Congress will feature talks from well-respected business figures, such as Ultimo lingerie founder Baroness Michelle Mone

UAE to host National Achievers Congress 2016

The UAE will host the National Achievers Congress 2016 this November, making it the first country in the Middle East to ever host the renowned personal empowerment congress which has been running internationally since 1992.

Organised by Najahi and Success Resources, the congress will take place on November 18 and 19 at Festival Arena Al Badia in Dubai.

The National Achievers Congress 2016 will be held under the patronage of HE Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, the UAE Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, who will deliver a keynote address at the event.

The event seeks to inspire everyone to pursue their dreams, create business and investment vehicles to support them, and develop essential business and leadership skills by bringing in some of the world’s most famous business leaders.

Leading the panel of speakers is Robert Kiyosaki, the author of the world’s best-selling personal finance book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”.

Other speakers to be featured at the congress include Ultimo lingerie founder Baroness Michelle Mone, and Andrew Matthews, the author-illustrator of “Happiness Now, How Life Works” and “Follow Your Heart” books, who will deliver a talk on the art of happiness.

Furthermore, Ali Al Saloom, an Emirati cultural consultant and business mentor, will deliver a speech titled ”Be a pioneer or disappear”.

UAE-based entrepreneurs interested to showcase their products and services at the event should send their requests to info@najahi.org

For more information on the National Achievers Congress 2016, please visit: www.nationalachieverscongress.ae

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