MEED’s Major Project Developments in Dubai 2007 conference
The Palm, Dubai Waterfront, Burj Dubai, Al Bawadi are just four of the myriad of mega-projects that are set to come under scrutiny of the experts (next week, at Meed’s Major Project Developments in Dubai 2007 conference, Park Hyatt, Dubai, UAE March 11-12 2007).
Meed’s editorial director, Edmund O’Sullivan will chair a series of discussions among those at the forefront of Dubai’s development, including Arif Mubarak, CEO, Bawadi – Tatweer; Khalifa Al Zassin, Director of Engineering Projects, Dubai Civil Aviation; Dr Nasser Saidi, Chief Economist, DIFC; Tim Askew, Managing Director, Atkins Middle East, and many others.
Specific topics slated for debate include The Dubai Metro, real estate & project legislation, construction challenges, financing, talent and others.
“The UAE, and Dubai in particular, is undergoing major developments and expansion amounting to billions of dollars of investment.
Major Project Developments in Dubai 2007 conference will table the very latest news on the emirate’s mega-projects and question the ability to sustain profitable business strategies, among other compelling topics,” said O’Sullivan.
He is also set to ask a leaders’ panel ‘What comes next?’.
MEED Conferences is part of the leading information brand in the Middle East working to provide delegates with the very latest business sensitive information. Over the past 10 years, MEED Conferences has organised events attended by senior government officials and thousands of international business people. The conference series is aimed at companies active or seeking business in the markets of the Middle East. MEED is well established as the source of strategic and accurate regional information placing it in a unique position to bring together high-calibre speakers.
MEED (Middle East Economic Digest) is internationally recognised as providing essential information for anyone doing business in, or with, the Middle East and North Africa. With journalists and contacts across the entire Middle East and North Africa region, MEED provides reliable, up-to-date business news, facts and data in both print and online. MEED now attracts over 70,000 individual readers each week, across 70 countries world-wide.