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MENA Annual Conference
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 • Symphony Ballroom, The Address Downtown,
Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown, Dubai - UAE
8.00am

Registration

9.00am

Introduction and Global outlook: the EIU’s global forecast for 2015 and beyond

Sponsored by:

Alasdair Ross, Global Product Director and Industry Director, The Economist Intelligence Unit
9.30am

Panel session: Iran: coming in from the cold

The Islamic Republic makes up almost a quarter of regional GDP, yet has remained out of
bounds for most businesses for a number of years. Its opening would dramatically alter
companies’ regional portfolios and commercial priorities. In this session, we will discuss the
challenges involved in entering the market and the strategies needed to compete and
succeed.

Speakers:
Chairperson: Alasdair Ross
Global Product Director and
Industry Director
Economist Intelligence Unit
Simon Williams
Chief Economist, EMEA
HSBC

10.45am Break
11.15am MENA Outlook
The Gulf remains the powerhouse of growth in the MENA region – what are its economic
prospects over the next year? Meanwhile, the revolutionary states are still struggling with
their transitions whilst much insecurity and political uncertainty lies ahead in Iraq and Syria
– can we hope for any better outcomes in the near term? And of course Iran remains the big
game changer – what does it mean for MENA if Iran comes back online?
12.00pm Panel session: Hire local, build global: building a skilled talent pool
Finding flexible, entrepreneurial staff remains one of the biggest challenges in developing a
business in MENA. Keeping a stable workforce through the region's ups and downs means
companies are better prepared to seize opportunities as they arise. In this session, we will
discuss how companies have overcome the challenges of attracting and retaining local talent,
and building global talent pipelines.
13.00pm Lunch and networking

Assaf al Quraishi
Vice President Resources,MEAN
Unilever

Ali Sleiman
Country Director, Iran
Merck Serono

Ali Borhani
Founder and Chief Welding Officer
INCUBEEMEA

Henry Smith
Senior Analyst
Control Risks

Dr Markus Wiesner
Chief Executive Officer, MEA
Aon Hewitt

Note: These meetings are limited to senior-level executives of an organisation. Per invitation only.

TO RSVP PLEASE EMAIL US AT: ecn_mea@economist.com
Please include information such as full name, title and contact details.

Michel Renault
Human Resources Director, AIM
Michelin


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