The opening session of this year’s Gateway Gulf will feature a discussion led by prominent broadcaster Richard Quest from CNN with high-level speakers from across the region.
The panel will give these government leaders the opportunity to offer their perspectives on the building of resilient, sustainable and future-proofed Gulf economies.
Speakers will discuss how the government’s role is shifting from that of an operator to a regulator, and increasingly, to a visionary strategic investor. The panel will primarily focus on how governments can optimise the tech investment wave the region is currently experiencing so that it can be contribute to sustainable regional growth.
Delegates in attendance will gain insights into strategic impact initiatives being put into place address both development and integration across the region, including pending reforms and how these will be put into practice.
It comes at a time when the Gulf is going through unprecedented change. Governments’ efforts to transform their economies and enable private sector growth are creating unique opportunities.
Yet, while these reforms have gained the attention of executives from around the world, investors are still keen to learn more about how to unlock those opportunities in practice.
Gateway Gulf addresses this need – providing a platform to understand the opportunities, assess the risks and connect with the decision-makers in an intimate, collaborative setting.
The Gateway Gulf Investor Forum is in Bahrain from March 11-12, bringing together a host of global leaders and senior politicians for a series of deep-dive discussions focusing on regional transformation. To find out more and register your interest, go to gatewaygulf.com.