YAL gears up for key forum
Dubai, November 2, 2010
The Young Arab Leaders (YAL) will host over 300 Arab and international personalities, including young entrepreneurs from both public and private sectors, at its upcoming annual forum in Dubai.
The YAL's forum, to be held under the patronage of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE, Ruler of Dubai and chief patron of YAL’s Board of Trustees, will run from November 5 to 6 at ‘The Address Hotel’.
The forum, being held under the theme: “Bridging the Divide: Entrepreneurship for the Arab Future,” will discuss a number of issues including the way to foster linkages and partnerships among YAL members and between these members and the wider community of individuals and organizations, particularly those who share YAL’s commitment to stimulating entrepreneurship and ambitions.
The key speakers at the event are Abdul Aziz Al-Ghurair, speaker of the Federal National Council (FNC) and CEO of Mashreq Bank; Najla Al-Awadhi, FNC member, chief executive for Satellite Channels Affairs at the Dubai Media and director of Dubai One satellite channel and YAL board member of YAL besides many other prominent local, Arab and Foreign personalities.
These experts will share their ideas and experience with the young entrepreneurs in view of the vital role that the entrepreneurship plays in the economies of the countries of the world.
YAL's annual forum regional entrepreneurship summit provides opportunities for members to learn from the successes and challenges of their colleagues from all over the region.-TradeArabia News Service
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