Egypt en route to G20
Wednesday, 1 February 2023, 6.30pm, Cairo, Egypt
The University of Manchester Middle East Centre, based in the UAE, presents a senior executive evening in Cairo, Egypt. It includes a discussion of Egypt’s route to G20.
It will open with a briefing session by Robert Willock, Director MENA and Regional General Manager of the Economist Intelligence Corporate Network. Robert will share the Economist Intelligence Unit’s latest near- and longer-term forecasts for the Egyptian economy, its opportunities, and key risks. He will explore the strengths and weaknesses of the country’s business environment relative to regional peers and potential areas of focus to attract investment and stimulate growth.
Following this, a panel of regional business leaders will share views and experiences on the realities of operating private-sector businesses in Egypt, the region’s growth-star economy, the future of work and the job market challenges and opportunities. We’ll explore how they seek to take advantage of perceived opportunities and how are they mitigate risks, overcoming the challenges of doing business in MENA’s most populous country.
Title: Egypt En Route to G20
Date: Wednesday, 1 February 2023
Time: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Venue: JJW Marriott Hotel Cairo
This event is by invitation and only those who register can attend. The deadline to register your place is Wednesday, 25 January 2023.
6.30pm – 7pm: Networking & Registration
7pm – 7.15pm: Welcome keynote by the University of Manchester Middle East Centre
7.15pm – 8pm: Outlook Session by Economist Intelligence Corporate Network
8pm – 9.30pm: Panel Discussions and Speakers’ Presentations
9.30pm – 10.30pm: Dinner
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