Dear Global Trade Matters Members,
It gives me great pleasure to announce the launch of the “Fourth Annual Global Trade Matters Global Ambassadors Edition Competitiveness Summit 2019” to be held on Monday 9th of September 2019 at Marriott Cairo Hotel
The Global Trade Matters Ambassadors’ Edition Global Competitiveness Summit offers a wealth of information and content revolving around the notion of national and global competitiveness. This is a great opportunity to exchange ideas and share experiences on educations, economics, development, innovations, infrastructure, investment, trade and a multitude of other interesting and intriguing topics and issues.
The Global Trade Matters Global Competitiveness Summit Ambassadors’ Edition 2019 will review the performance of a multitude of different countries in different regions and on different continents on some of the major Indices measuring youth development, progress, welling being, and competitiveness.
The Global Trade Matters Global Competitiveness Summit Ambassadors’ Edition 2019 will review national strategies, policies, programs and initiatives aimed at empowering youth and enhancing youth national and global competitiveness.
The 2019 Summit will host a distinguished group on Ambassadors, senior diplomats, and business leaders to share their thoughts and experiences on youth inclusion in national and global competitiveness strategies and policies.
Researchers at the Global Trade Mattes Center for Global Business Excellence, led by Dr. Esmat Kamel, continuously monitor Egypt’s performance on multiple global indices with a focus on finding correlations between economic & regulatory reform polices and enhanced rankings on internationally recognized indices and reports.
Through this exercise we seek out best practices, successful experiences and effective polices undertaken by other countries resulting in enhanced performance on such global performance indices.
Ashraf Mohamed Naguib
Chief Executive Officer
Global Trade Matters
The Private Sector Think-Tank for Economic and Political Reform Policies