Dubai exports to host 2-day summit on future manufacturing and trade


Staff Report

Dubai: The significance of Dubai Industrial Strategy 2030 in the context of Fourth Industrial Revolution and global trends in industrial production will be on focus at the ‘Future Manufacturing and Trade Summit,’ organised jointly by Dubai Exports, the export promotion agency of Dubai Economy and Expotrade Middle East. The two-day summit will be held 6-7 November 2017 at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers.

Over 40 international and regional industry experts will attend the Summit, sharing their observations on the future trends in manufacturing excellence and key strategies to boost
trade and economic development.

The Summit will also listen to an update on the Dubai Industrial Strategy 2030, set to
transform the emirate into a global platform for knowledge-based, sustainable and innovation-focused businesses.

“The Future Manufacturing and Trade Summit is a one of its kind event bringing together
international and regional thought leaders and subject matter experts within the manufacturing industry to explore the technology advancements, business models and best practices to address operational efficiency and excellence in trade and manufacturing,” commented Engineer Saed Al Awadi, CEO of Dubai Exports.

The Summit will feature keynote sessions, panel discussions and case studies on topics
shaping the future of manufacturing and trade industry in the region. Al Awadi said the
outcomes and recommendations of the summit would be valuable in developing initiatives for the industrial sector and for the Dubai Industrial Strategy 2030.