The event will focus on how the private sector and government can collaborate to achieve the country’ long term goals
Dubai will host a ‘UAE Economic Forum’ on December 11 and 12 to shed light on current strategies for growth in the UAE and short and mid-term economic plans, Dubai Economy has announced.
The forum’s goals are set by previously announced strategic plans such as UAE Vision 2021, the National Innovation Strategy, Dubai Heath Strategy 2021, as well as longer term plans such as Economic Vision 2030, Dubai Industrial Strategy 2030 and Dubai 3D Printing Strategy.
The first edition of the event will provide a platform for public and private sector stakeholders and decision makers in the UAE’s economic planning as well as business leaders and representatives of academia.
“We are pleased to be part of the UAE Economic Forum 2019 as it’s an event that reflects the strength of the economy in the UAE and its continuing progress in line with the UAE Vision 2021 and the directives of our leadership,” said UAE Minister of Economy Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansoori.
“The forum will highlight government-led economic initiatives launched in recent years in addition to priority issues and strategic plans of each emirate as well as the federal government, and their impact on boosting the overall GDP in the UAE in the coming years,” he added.
Al Mansoori added that he is “confident” that the UAE’s economic entities will collaborate to tackle challenges and sustain economic growth.