Reaches 3,000 participants from 153 countries
The "International for Free Zones" concludes its digital conference with an exceptional attendance
Mohammed Al Zarouni: "The conference aims to contribute to the recovery of the global economy, and the speedy recovery of trade and supply chains."
The World Organization for Free Zones hosted more than 50 speaking experts at the conference "A New Global Approach: The Future of Economic Sectors" which it organized "digitally" during the period between September 15-17.
The conference included 10 dialogue sessions and five seminars that were broadcast live, as these events shed light on the mechanism of action of economic sectors in the post-Corona pandemic, their success stories and lessons learned.
The conference witnessed an exceptional attendance that reached 3000 participants from 153 countries, while the dialogue session under the title “Trade across borders” and the “Logistics” session witnessed the largest number of views, while the “Classic and Innovative Models of Free Zones” session witnessed the largest number of attendees.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the World Free Zones Organization, Dr. Muhammad Al-Zarouni, stressed the importance of organizing these conferences, which is represented by sharing the visions and knowledge possessed by the various stakeholders in the free zone sector, with the global business community and defining it.
He said: “The organization of the conference comes within the framework of the organization’s endeavors to contribute to the recovery of the global economy, and the speed of reviving the movement of commercial and supply chains. "To develop new and flexible business models that keep pace with the business environment surrounding them with realistic experiences and tangible results."
The conference witnessed the participation of global chief executives, decision-makers, and experts in various sectors.
The participants discussed their vision of the rapid changes taking place in the world since the start of the Corona crisis, which had repercussions on companies and individuals alike, as well as the short-term challenges that various sectors were exposed to.
According to the main results of the seminars and sessions, it is not expected to recover from this crisis before the end of 2021 in most regions, which pushes some companies due to disruptions in the global value chain to find local sources, while seeking to diversify external suppliers in order to achieve more levels. flexibility.
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