Minister of the Diwan of Royal Court will launch Oman Business Forum after-tomorrow (Wednesday), 28 February 2018.
The Oman Business Forum comes as a new step that strengthens the partnership between the public and private sectors, which has received a great attention from His Majesty the Sultan, as the socioeconomic development relies on the accumulation of all community potentials, including the capacities, resources and expertise available in each of the government and private sectors.
The Oman Business Forum is an intellectual development gathering that seeks to achieve coherence among its members where it combines the public and private sectors on a unified ground to realise ambition between them and offers various activities to promote and develop the pioneering and competitive thought of the Omani business community representing the public and private sectors.
It also seeks to develop and adopt initiatives supporting the taskforce for public-private partnership related to capacity enhancement and climate improvement by promoting valuable communication, exploring opportunities and sharing knowledge to build effective partnerships with regional and global forums.
Launching the forum will be followed by launching its first activities under the patronage of Sayyid Khalid bin Hilal al-Busaidi, Minister of the Diwan of Royal Court in the presence of the members of the Working Group for Partnership between the public and private sectors and graduates of the national programmes from both government and private sectors.
The event will include discussion topics to be addressed by a group of Omani and international experts, businessmen and representatives of the government sector on prospects of the present, future shifts, rapid local and global variables in the business sector, as well as the Fourth Industrial Revolution and opportunities and joint action between the government and private sectors, in addition to the growth and investment opportunities in the Sultanate in particular, the region and the world in general.