WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM
AUGUST 17-20, 2021 - SINGAPORE
The Special Annual Meeting 2021 in Singapore this year will be the first global leadership summit to address the challenges of recovering from the pandemic and laying the basis for a more inclusive and sustainable world. It will bring leaders face-to-face to focus on shaping solutions to the most pressing challenges of our times.
“The Special Annual Meeting in Singapore in August will provide the place for leaders from business, government, and civil society to come together to address the steps for global recovery.”
DEFINING THE PATHWAYS FOR RECOVERY AND TRANSFORMATION
The world is undergoing a paradigm shift and we all have the responsibility of doing our part in shaping the future of the new
economy and society.
Now more than ever it is most imperative to identify and define the pathways for recovery and transformation, to steer the helm of leadership direction, and to align government and private sector visions in order to collaborate and stay united. This will lead to all stakeholders emerging into a stronger and positive recovery.
The Middle East has always strived for excellence but in an ever-changing world comes the need for innovation and consistency in the
the vision set in place by the leaders, entrepreneurs, and global thinkers that make up the Middle East.
Bringing together global business leaders, high profile investors and senior government officials in an exclusive, private environment
allows real discussions to take place creating new opportunities for partnerships, growth and social good.
Embodying the values of The World Economic Forum and sharing its momentum ‘The Middle East Investment House’ will do its part in enabling the future of the new economy and society.
Over 6 days we will bring to the table policy-makers, business leaders, government ministers, high profile figures and investment focused public figures from the world of sport and entertainment in order to have exclusive physical engagements regarding the emerging trends, visions and goals of the current economic environment and identify priorities for further action in response to the global economic crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.