C3 US-Arab Business Summit: The Importance of Cyber Security, Smart Digital Cities and Bilateral Prosperity
What are the major security challenges facing US and Arab regions? How can we work together to find solutions to the most pressing problems?
Solving the complex, multi-faceted issues facing the challenges of cyber security, "smart" cities and bilateral prosperity require collaboration, innovation, and partnership. Human and financial resources are needed to build the infrastructure to deliver services that are properly and adequately structured to meet changing security burdens. Technologies must be designed and harnessed to foster research and innovation while providing products and services that are effective yet affordable. What role can government and the private sector play to support economic development? Answers to these challenges are being tested and implemented on the world-wide stage and finding success through collaboration, innovation, and global partnerships is the foundation of the C3 US-Arab Business Summit.
Simply stated, this C3 Summit is about exploring solutions, ideas, suggestions, recommendations. Insights that participants can begin to implement immediately to help bring these innovations, pilot projects, cases studies, public-private partnerships and other practical solutions to fruition in the global security and "smart city" with the end goal of creating bilateral prosperity.
As always, the mission of the C3 US-Arab Healthcare Summit is to build, foster and strengthen relationships between U.S. and Arab regions with a focus on the three tenets of C3:
- Community: create a global healthcare platform for exchanging
- Collaboration: promote dialogue and grow existing relationships critical to "healthcare diplomacy"
- Commerce: facilitate new healthcare ventures and opportunities to stimulate "medical tourism"
The C3 US-Arab Business Summit will assemble business leaders, policy makers, educators and industry professionals to uncover and promote both U.S. and Arab world initiatives that are focused on healthcare improvements.
If the time is now to either establish and grow your business in both the U.S. and Arab World—the C3 US-Arab Business Summit will provide the knowledge "how best" to navigate and reap the benefits of each region’s ample commercial opportunities.
Here are some of our extraordinary C3 Summit past speakers:
Medpoint Health Partners
Controls Project Manager
General Electric Global Research
Jean R. AbiNader
Moroccan American Trade & Investment Center
Dr. Mussaad Al-Razouki
Kleos Healthcare Corporation
Dr. Andrew Scott Cooper
The Oil Kings
Dr. David Paushter, M.D.
Chairman, Department of Radiology
University of Chicago Medicine
Edward D. Burke, Jr.
Edward Burke & Associates
Founder & Managing Partner
Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability
U.S. Department of Energy
Patrick N. Theros
Former U.S. Ambassador, Qatar
President and Executive Director
U.S.-Qatar Business Council
Arab Women Rising
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Journalist & Author
Burning Book: A Visual History of Burning Man
Chief Executive Officer and President
U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council
Thomas A. Dukes, Jr.
Deputy Coordinator for Cyber Issues
Office of the Secretary of State
United States Department of State
Middle East Partnership Initiative
U.S. Department of State
Mona Aboelnaga Kanaan
K6 Investments LLC
Umar Farooq, Esq.
Farooq & Co LLC
David S. Rose
Americo "Mack" Tadeu
U.S. Department of Commerce
Dr. Husam H. Balkhy
Associate Professor of Surgery
Minimally Invasive & Robotic Cardiac Surgery
The University of Chicago Medicine
Hussain A. Qaragholi
President of the US Business Council
Who Should Attend?
- Government Officials
- Vendor Services
- Infrastructure Providers
- Legal Services
Reasons to Attend
- Identify profitable investment & growth opportunities
- Strengthen business partnerships & civil society relationships
- Learn key regional success factors & share best practices
- Network with potential business partners & service providers
- Support transitional & growing economies