In 2016, Dubai is going to be the host city that Youthful Presidents' Organization (YPO), the world's head peer organization of CEOs and business executives, has chosen for its monumental annual occasion, the YPO Edge.

Dubai is to 2,000 business executives in March
Every year, the YPO administrators meet to another continent for the Edge to discuss about the prospect of the worldwide commercial enterprises. This year, the event is going to be hosted in Mena for the first time, where for two days in March, YPO will accommodate more than 2,000 business managers from more than 2,000 business.
 The subject of the occasion this year is 'Vision to Reality', and the items are going to be discussed have as a goal to have ideas exchanging, motivation and encountering of various commercial enterprises including business and finance, technology, entertainment, human rights, governmental issues, education, energy, health and wellness, and more.
 "At YPO, our regular objective is to make better managers through deep rooted learning and thought trade, supporting organizations and groups over the world" said Scott Mordell, CEO of YPO.
 Many universally distinguished speakers are going to participate to the occasion including Shereen El Feki , creator of "Sex and the Citadel: Intimate Life in a Changing Arab World,"; Dr Naif Al-Mutawa, maker of "The 99," the first gathering of Islamic superheroes; and David Milliband, president and CEO of the International Rescue Committee. More speakers will be revealed in the upcoming months.
As the directing topic of the Edge, Vision to Reality, is all about the entrepreneurial soul of making the impossible possible, where pioneers decline to acknowledge status quo, and try to accomplish the extraordinary. YPO individuals will investigate approaches to overcome challenges and chances in moving from vision to reality, set higher goals in order to achieve their fullest potential in business and life, and to accomplish unprecedented breakthroughs forward and move others to do likewise.


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