- Oct. 7, 2019
-- Women in Leadership Economic Forum (WIL) by Naseba has announced its collaboration with 2XL Furniture & Home Décor to create inspiring stage settings. Supported by corporate partners such as Siemens, Allergan, FedEx, Philip Morris, PWC, Emaar and General Motors and co-hosted by Emaar Hospitality, WIL is the largest female economic empowerment platform in the Middle East and will be held in Dubai on October 28 and 29 at the soon to be opened Address Sky View Hotel Dubai.
Aleksandra Dimitrova, Executive Producer, WIL Economic Forum, stated, "To make sure that the attendees are engaged and inspired, we are creating intensive and innovative settings at the WIL Economic Forum both on and off stage. The design will convey our core theme 'Dare to Build a Better Future' and will emphasise the conference's forward thinking ethos and approachability while harnessing the benefits of modern technology. Aesthetically simple yet striking elements will be synchronized with the multidimentional design."
Amit Yadav, Head of Marketing, 2XL Furniture & Home Décor, said, "We are proud to partner with the WIL Economic Forum that will allow us to place 2XL's unique products at this exclusive platform. At 2XL we are committed to building a gender-balanced organization. Diversity, inclusion and empowerment of women are at the heart of our business strategy and it is wonderful to see the growing role of women in the region. Every item selected for the event will be integrated with the exciting agenda and the stunning settings will take the audiences on a cohesive journey through the different sessions. The entire set-up is being conceptualized to invoke a sense of intimacy and balance while connecting with the attendees."
WIL Economic Forum will bring to the fore regional and international leaders who are pioneering new possibilities in their fields to positively impact and promote a gender inclusive economy. Plenary discussions debating game changing mega trends such as the future of the workforce, AI and gender bias, migration, education as an inclusion tool will alternate with highly interactive breakout sessions giving practical takeaways and toolkits to the audience on a variety of topics such as: managing a corporate career, connecting and building an effective network.