India Global Forum ties up with World Governments Summit on new Emerging Economies Programme
UK-headquartered India Global Forum has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with World Governments Summit to develop an Emerging Economies Programme that will convene key stakeholders, including government officials, business leaders, economists, and experts to foster high-level discussions on sustainable economic growth, geo-economic perspectives and innovative solutions.
The partnership will commit to cultivating and fostering thought leadership, producing research on emerging trends, challenges, and opportunities that pertain to the Global South — progressively enhancing the data about the region for future governments.
“That’s why I'm delighted that India Global Forum, alongside the World Governments Summit, are launching an Emerging Economies Programme. The programme will be a pivotal new platform that will directly respond to the needs and aspirations of the Global South. This unique partnership will unite the experience and expertise of both organisations with the aim of unleashing the limitless potential of the world's emerging economies.”
The MoU was signed by Ladwa and Mohamed al Sharhan, Managing Director, World Governments Summit, in the presence of Omar Sultan Al Olama, UAE Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications, Vice-Chair of the World Governments Summit Organisation.
“Together both India Global Forum and the World Governments Summit will help make governments around the world more informed, ready and innovative,” said Omar Sultan Al Olama, after the signing.
Mohamed Al Sharhan emphasised the significance of inclusivity in international cooperation and the role of the World Governments Summit Organisation as a global platform to unite governments based on shared knowledge and expertise, towards forecasting the emerging trends and events that the future brings with them.
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