The opening session of the two-day MiSK Global Forum in Riyadh on Tuesday saw powerful presentations of successful experiments and innovations of four young Saudi business leaders and entrepreneurs.
The young leaders shared with the audience their future visions that are encouraging young Saudis to have an active participation in the nation-building process in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and National Transformation Program.
A video address by Microsoft cofounder and philanthropist Bill Gates was another highlight of the high profile event, which is being held under the aegis of Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense.
Business leaders from technology, industry and energy gave their backing to Saudi Arabia’s skills, innovation and entrepreneurship drive at the MiSK Global Forum. At the youth-focused event, they encouraged young Saudi Arabians to embrace the new opportunities afforded to them by the country’s Vision 2030 reform plan.
The inaugural event, which carries the mission to empower, nurture and inspire young Saudi men and women by bringing them in front of a range of global thought leaders, businessmen and sportsmen from over 65 countries, saw sessions featuring John Chambers from Cisco, Siemen’s President and CEO Joe Kaeser, and BP’s Chief Executive, Bob Dudley.
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