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Unite Monaco, a one-night only event, is bringing together serious heavy-hitters at the Yacht Club of Monaco to open up business leads between the Principality and the Middle East, give access to new markets and raise capital.
On Friday 2nd July, the Yacht Club of Monaco will be the special location for the upcoming conference, Unite Monaco.
UNITE, short for ‘Unlocking New Investment, Trade and Economies’, is being hosted by The Private Investment Group and is in partnership with the Private Office of H. H. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Alnahyan. The Sheikh is looking to attract serious entrepreneurial opportunities for his home country, the United Arab Emirates.
The conference will feature leadership discussions and dinner with an ultra-exclusive guest list of family offices, funds, U/HNWI and multi-national companies who are looking to “bring together the pioneers and agents of change from the full global spectrum of business under one roof.”
The evening will focus on major global trends, particularly those that have come about since the pandemic, offering alternative perspectives and applying them to Monaco. The idea is to build a bridge between the Principality and the Middle East to generate trade and investment.
Some of the topics to be covered include a talk on the acceleration and concentration of the digital economy, growing income inequality, the growing role of government, deglobalisation, the future of remote work, and multilateral cooperation.
Organisers are expecting VIPs and big names with more than 60 businesses attending and over 100 delegates, 40 investors, 50 family office representatives and 50 CEOs in attendance from at least 10 nations.
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