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By Economy Middle East
February 2, 2022 5:35 am

“Investopia” signs advanced technology MoU with Accenture ME

AI, Blockchain, Fintech, Metaverse & quantum computing expertise offered
Investopia MOU signing with Accenture

 “Investopia” summit signed an MoU with Accenture Middle East to benefit from the company’s expertise in the field of advanced technology  “Investopia” summit signed an MoU with Accenture Middle East to benefit from the company’s expertise in the field of advanced technology set to be held on March 28, 2022.

Alongside Expo 2020 Dubai, it is one of the major strategic initiatives under the ‘Projects of the 50’ announced by the UAE Government last year.

Who signed the agreement?


The agreement was signed by H.E. Abdullah Ahmad Al Saleh, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy, and in the presence of H.E. Abdulla Bin Touq Al Marri, Minister of Economy; and Alexis Lecanuet, Accenture’s Regional Managing Director in the Middle East.

Meanwhile, Accenture will serve as a knowledge partner for the Investopia summit, whereby the Ministry and the company will collaborate to facilitate knowledge and experience exchange in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI) and Blockchain, Fintech, Metaverse, and quantum computing through the Summit’s platform.

H.E. Bin Touq


At the event, H.E. Bin Touq noted that the integration of efforts between the public and private sectors has been a constant area of focus in supporting the UAE’s transition into an economy based on knowledge and innovation.

“Highlighting future investment opportunities in the advanced technology space at the local, regional and global levels will be among the focus areas of the Summit. Apart from contributing to shaping the future of global investment landscape, these efforts support the strengthening of the UAE’s position as a global destination for investments, particularly in the new economic sectors that align with the initiatives, principles, and projects of the 50.”

He added: “The Ministry of Economy remains committed to capitalizing on the potential of public-private sector partnerships in fueling the country’s economic progress, and the private sector will always remain our partner in sustainable development.”

Additionally, The inaugural edition of the ‘Investopia’ Investment Summit will kick off from the UAE, bringing together government leaders, NGOs, private sector representatives, investment banks, family businesses, investment funds, academic and research institutions, and investment offices from around the world to launch ideas, create opportunities and enable investments in the future, today.