Under the high patronage of His Highness the Amir of State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the third ‘Qatar Economic Forum, Powered by Bloomberg’ will convene more than 1,000 global business leaders at The Katara Towers: Fairmont & Raffles Hotels from May 23-25.

Through a series of keynote interviews, panel discussions, and interactive workshops, the 2023 Qatar Economic Forum will explore the latest trends in finance, energy, healthcare, and technology, and examine their potential to drive future growth.

Shining a light on the rising south-to-south economy, the forum will highlight established viewpoints and emerging voices from around the world to identify the latest economic trends.

More than 50 regional and international speakers made up of government leaders, CEOs, global investors, and influential voices from the worlds of culture, sport, and entertainment will participate in the event.

Minister of Commerce and Industry HE Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Qassim Al Thani said, “We recognize that the world is becoming more interconnected and that collaboration between nations and people is essential in driving economic growth. It is an honour to welcome the international business community back to Doha for the third edition of the ‘Qatar Economic Forum, Powered by Bloomberg’, a growing platform for knowledge exchange and dialogue on key topics on the global agenda. Our commitment to shaping the future of economic progress remains as strong as ever, and we look forward to welcoming entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and decision-makers to the Forum.”

Chief Executive Officer of Bloomberg Media Scott Havens commented: “In only three short years, the Qatar Economic Forum has become a unique and powerful platform to discuss the most important issues in business, cover the gulf’s far-reaching impact, and connect influential voices across global industries and communities. This year’s forum remains committed to spotlighting the latest trends and technologies defining the next wave of economic development, as well as the major global challenges facing international leaders.”