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Energy, infrastructure top focus at Middle East investors expo

Investors at Middle East Energy expo eye opportunities in Nigeria, others

The Middle East Investors Expo, a key event in the investment calendar, is set to be held in Abuja Nigeria, with a focus on various sectors, including energy, infrastructure, agriculture, and technology.

The expo, being organised by Dotmount Communications, seeks to provide a platform to unite investors, policymakers, and business leaders from the Middle East, Europe, and Africa to explore investment opportunities, foster partnerships, and promote economic growth.

According to the organizers, Sheikh Majid Rashid Al Mualla, a business leader from the UAE and member of the ruling family of Umm Al Quwain, the capital and largest city of the Emirate of Umm Al Quwain in the United Arab Emirates, will be expected to headline the expo as a keynote speaker and guest of honour.

“The Middle East Investors Expo is a purely private sector-driven initiative, proudly conceived and organized by Dotmount Communications, leveraging its esteemed connections in the Middle East to facilitate foreign direct investment in Nigeria.

‘’The expo has garnered significant support from prominent sponsors, including Harmony Garden & Estate Development, Firs, Lotus Bank, and Keystone Bank, amongst others. The event has already garnered significant interest, with numerous partners confirming their support and over 700 participants, including high-profile investors, business executives, and government representatives, expected to attend.

‘’The Middle East Investors Expo has assembled a stellar lineup of participants, headlined by prominent figures such as Sheikh Mohammed AlQatan, CEO of Saudi Holding, and Maher Al Kaabi, a distinguished Emirati business leader and seasoned banker with over three decades of expertise in banking, IT, and family business. ‘

‘’This esteemed gathering will also feature renowned trade and investment experts, investors, and thought leaders from the Middle East, Europe, and Africa, including representatives from the Digital Government Authority, Saudi’s Public Investment Fund, and the Digital Cooperation Organization,’’ the organizers stated.