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Dubai Economic Future Lab launches second workshop


According to a statement issued yesterday, the Department of Corporate Strategic Affairs announced the launch of the second edition of the Dubai Future Laboratories workshops, which will include a series of workshops, in the presence of representatives of the public and private sectors and a number of academia.

DUBAI - The second edition of the Dubai Future Laboratories (DED) workshop, which includes a series of workshops, was attended by government and private sector representatives and a number of academia.

According to a statement issued yesterday, three major sectors with high ambitions in Dubai's economic future will participate in this session: digital gaming industry, circular economy and non-monetary economy.

The Dubai Economic Department emphasized the continuation of its strategy to focus on raising competitiveness, preparing for the future in the vital sectors of the emirate, in addition to strengthening partnerships, harnessing efforts and future technologies to facilitate doing business and improving government services in various economic sectors.

The Dubai Future Laboratories was launched on the sidelines of the Dubai Business Community Partnership Forum, which is organized annually by the Dubai Economic Forum, in the presence of its business and council partners.

The laboratory is a partnership platform aimed at developing learning and creative thinking between the public and private sectors, and academia, to accelerate the outlook for the future economy and business in Dubai.

The launch of the second edition of the Dubai Future Laboratories workshop follows the success of the first round of forward-looking and innovative solutions in the retail sector. The current efforts are focused on following a clear vision and strategy to find common solutions, overcome obstacles and meet local and global challenges the future.

“The second series of workshops focuses on more substantive and influential aspects, such as the digital gaming industry, the circular economy and the non-monetary economy,” said Mohammed Sha'el Al Saadi, Executive Director, Corporate Strategy at Dubai Economy. Stakeholders, as well as the exchange of knowledge and trust between the government and private sectors, and the unification of visions in the development of solutions and recommendations to make Dubai at the top of competitive economies ».

He pointed out that Dubai's economy, through the Dubai Economy Future Lab, aims to identify with its private sector partners the main challenges of all kinds, work on solving them, and seize the future opportunities that contribute to the attitudes of our wise government in transforming Dubai into a future economy.

Source: emara

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