MegaTrends summits start in Feb 2009
Abu Dhabi, October 29, 2008
Designed for GCC audiences, the series of MegaTrends conferences will be launched in February 2009 and will address the most pressing economic, political and social issues facing businesses in the region.
This macro-level information will assist business and industry leaders to strengthen and expand their businesses.
The first of the events, 'MegaTrends: Essential Strategic Insights 2009' will be held on February 2, 2009 at the Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi.
Presenting a unique business opportunity, this conference will offer insight into the global business trends of the future.
International and regional experts will be present to discuss prevailing market and consumer trends, the changing economic environment, managing your people and embracing the economic future.
The event is organised by Aim, a recently established, Abu Dhabi based event company. Aim Events is a member of a larger education group that includes Abu Dhabi University and a wide range of educational institutes offering executive, vocational and continuing education.
Speaking at the conference will be John Naisbitt, international best-selling author of ‘MegaTrends’ and ‘MegaTrends 2000’, who was earlier assistant secretary of education to president John Kennedy and special assistant to president Lyndon Johnson.
Other speakers include Dr Lynda Gratton, author and international authority on Human Resource strategy and professor of Management Practice at London Business School, in addition to Ross Dawson, author and CEO of international consulting firm Advanced Human Technologies and Chairman of Future Exploration Network, a global events and strategy company.-TradeArabia News Service
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