5 Reasons To Head To ArabNet Kuwait

ArabNet Team, Oct 10 2017

 

ArabNet Kuwait is taking place in less than a week. If you haven’t registered yet, hurry and register now before it's too late! 

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If you still aren’t sure if ArabNet Kuwait is right for you, we’ve got 5 reasons on why you should attend:

1.     CEO Series:

We have scheduled 1-on-1 interviews on-stage with 3 exceptional industry leaders.

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Salah AlFulaij joined the National Bank of Kuwait in 1985 and was appointed as Chief Executive Officer– Kuwait in January 2015. He was previously the CEO of NBK Capital. AlFulaij serves on the board of NBK Capital and Watani Financial Brokerage Company.

Neil Hardwick, who’s had 30 years of industry experience, joined MEC from a position as CEO of WVI Group, the joint venture holding company for WPP’s brands in Russia including Maxus, MEC, MediaCom, Mindshare, GroupM and JWT.

Fadi Ghandour is the Executive Chairman of Wamda Group, a Venture Capital fund and platform that helps nurture and builds entrepreneurship ecosystems in the MENA region. He is also the Founder and Board Member of Aramex, one of the leading global logistics and transportation companies. Additionally, he serves on the Advisory Council of the MIT Media Lab. Passionate about social entrepreneurship, Fadi is the Founder and Chairman of Ruwwad for Development, an initiative that helps disadvantaged communities.

2. Funding opportunities:

The most active investors in the region in tech startups will be at ArabNet Kuwait where you will have the opportunity to connect and network with them.

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3.   Marketing Value Chain:

Snapchat will speak for the 1st time in MENA, joined by top agencies, brands, publishers, and tech platforms.

 

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4. Digital Commerce:

Meet some of the fastest growing e-commerce companies in MENA, alongside top payment platforms and banks. 

 

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5.  Networking:

Deals are just a message away! Download ArabNet App and connect with key decision makers at the Techfair. 

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