Manchester Business School (MBS), one of the world’s leading business schools with a thriving executive centre in Dubai supporting almost 1,000 MBA students in the Middle East, has announced its gold sponsorship of the 4th Arabian Business Forum taking place on Monday May 23rd at the Armani Hotel in Dubai.
The forum brings together some of the region’s foremost business thinkers and experts, with an audience of around 200 senior business leaders. This year’s forum will cover the aviation, retail and banking sectors, to provide a picture of the state of the wider UAE economy, with a special emphasis on the real estate market.
The 4th Arabian Business Forum will address many of the key economic questions of the day, through a series of high level key note speeches, one-on-one interviews and interactive panel debates. The UAE Minister of Economy, HE Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori, will deliver the keynote address on the state of the UAE Economy, and the event will be moderated by BBC television presenter, and Chairman of ITP Group, Andrew Neil.
Ms Randa Bessiso, Director Middle East at MBS, comments, “The Arabian Business Forum brings together a very influential and knowledgeable audience to share information and ideas. As a business school with strong research, consulting and entrepreneurial interests, in addition to our MBA and executive education programmes, this kind of dynamic forum is exactly where we want to be – where business ideas, information and knowledge is the common ground. So, we are delighted to be supporting this exciting event as a Gold sponsor.”