22-24 November 2017, Barcelona. – The Mediterranean can benefit from its current regional riches, in a way to strategize towards a progressive future. It should maximize its social resources – such as its vast human capital and young talent – and translate them into dynamic entrepreneurship and digital innovation, particularly in services. The region’s diversity should not result in fragmentation, but as a quality and advantage to: amplify and diversify economic trends, attract investment, and strengthen international cooperation between northern and southern Mediterranean countries.
Against this backdrop – and in line with this year’s claim “Strength in Diversity: Our Economic Power” – MedaWeek 2017 will address current challenges, while exploring new economic trends and solutions related to these regional shifts. In particular, MedaWeek will gather leading regional players and key experts who, together, will cover the following sectors: Women Entrepreneurship, Islamic Finance, Solar Energy, Water Technology & Industry, Circular economy, City Economic Development, Textile & Fashion Industry, Magreb & Mashreq regions.