SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 4, 2021
Frost & Sullivan experts and Emirates NBD discuss the GCC economic trajectory, fastest-growing sectors, and key growth opportunities to seize
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- With anti-COVID vaccines getting rolled out, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states and corporations are announcing ambitious development plans and aggressively putting in support measures to rebuild the economy, stimulate cash flow, and build a sustainable growth trajectory that will shape the future of the economy. While traditional sectors such as infrastructure, mobility, and healthcare will continue to thrive in the GCC, significant changes in customer requirements will lead to unique opportunities in sunrise industries like digital transformation, agriculture and food production, and clean technologies.
Join Frost & Sullivan experts Abhay Bhargava, Aparajith Balan, Daniel l'Anson, Neha Anna Thomas, Sarwant Singh, and Subhash Joshi, along with Shady Elborno, Head of Macro Strategy, Emirates NBD for the Growth Opportunity briefing, "The Future for GCC: Key Industries and Top 10 Investment Growth Opportunities" on February 10 at 3 p.m GST. You will discover a window into the economic growth trajectory to 2025, along with key findings on burgeoning sectors showing the promise of a rapid boom. The webinar will also help you define a strategic roadmap to leverage the new trends in the region and successfully exploit investment hotspots.
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