Dubai’s AIM 2022 rolls out pre-conference programs to lure new investment

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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The Annual Investment Meeting (AIM 2022), a renowned investment platform in Dubai, which will be held from 29th to 31st March 2022, has unveiled a series of pre-conference activities developed to strengthen sustainable investments.

The organizers of the AIM 2022 have revealed that the event has launched an extensive two-day agenda from 26th to 28th March, with the participation of some of the world’s leading finance specialists.

The pre-conference activities are carefully prepared by the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies. The activities will include key workshops focused on attracting new investments, future cities and youth entrepreneurship.

Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, at the Dubai Exhibition Centre, Expo 2020 Dubai, AIM 2022 will focus on the theme “Investments in sustainable innovation for a thriving future”.

Walid Farghal
Walid Farghal
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“The UAE is widely recognized for being a global model for tech adoption, which is attributed to the strong support and guidance from the country’s wise leadership, ensuring that the UAE economy continues to be competitive and prosperous. At AIM 2022, we want to go further and explore the potential of tech investments by bringing these opportunities to the forefront.”

The organizers have revealed that businesses across the UAE have expressed their bullishness on the further acquisition and adoption of newer technologies to help power their respective operations. The country’s positive attitude towards digital adoption has earmarked critical investments across various forms of tech, including information and telecommunications, blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented and virtual reality, robotics, digital economy and software development, among others.

The tech-enabled industries, both in the region and from international markets, will have to prepare for an increased demand for their products and services. Companies offering solutions in eCommerce, q-commerce, education tech, health tech, fintech, proptech and entertainment are expected to thrive this year.

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