Canon Middle East sponsors Leaders in Dubai Business Forum 2009
Canon Middle East, world-leader in imaging solutions, has announced its sponsorship of Leaders in Dubai Business Forum, the nation’s premier business event. Held for the 6th consecutive year, the forum will witness a huge gathering of high level delegates across different industries in the Middle East region.
“As a global leader in the business solutions and imaging technology field, it is only fitting that Canon Middle East is aligned with the UAE’s premier business forum, Leaders in Dubai. With Chief Executives from different industries across the Middle East participating, Leaders in Dubai represents the perfect platform for Canon Middle East to network with prominent business leaders and global influencers,” commented Bertil Widmark, Managing Director, Canon Middle East.
“Considered one of the most powerful brands in the world, Canon is committed to becoming a top 100 global company. Our sponsorship of Leaders in Dubai is a testament of Canon’s resilient business model during these tough times," said Mai Youssef, Corporate Communications Manager, Canon Middle East
“Leaders in Dubai represents an ideal opportunity for us to share our thoughts and views on various business issues in the region. We look forward to meeting other leading business community members and explore innovative ways in which we can succeed despite the global economic situation," concluded Widmark.
The Leaders in Dubai Business Forum which will begin on October 26, 2009 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre will have an eminent panel of speakers including Former Vice President Al Gore and Nobel Prize Winner Desmond Tutu. The forum will be followed by a two-day intensive leadership training programme on October 28 and 29, 2009.
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