Furthermore, in its 9th edition, the GCF will draw focus on the priority sectors that have been identified to have a direct impact on economic and human development; sectors such as Healthcare and Life Sciences, Transport, Education, ICT, and the Services sector (i.e. Tourism, Financial Services, Real Estate, Professional Consulting) will be discussed throughout the program of the GCF 2016.
Global and local perspectives on issues such as the importance of innovation and ensuring high levels of productivity towards achieving competitiveness in sectors will take a significant part in panel discussions. In addition, discussion will highlight the achievements of economic diversification and the creation of jobs for a growing youthful population.
Vision: An annual program of activities attended by global business leaders, international political leaders, and selected intellectuals who share a common interest in competitiveness.
Mission: To continue fostering awareness and enthusiasm around the issue of competitiveness, and to evaluate the applicability of competitiveness theory and practice as a tool for generating real solutions to contemporary global challenges.