Dubai will host an international public-private partnership conference in October during Expo 2020 as part of the government strategy to build a productive ecosystem for public-private partnerships.
The highly anticipated event aims to foster a dialogue on partnership opportunities between the public and private sectors, and explore innovative approaches for partnerships with local and international investors.
The conference will bring together leading government entities including the Dubai Health Authority which will provide an overview of healthcare projects in the pipeline and highlight opportunities for the private sector.
The Dubai Health Authority, which is promoting the emirate’s mission to transform itself into a leading healthcare destination is pursuing public-private partnerships in the development of projects including hospitals, medical and specialized care centers.
Awad Saghir Al Ketbi, director-general of DHA said: “The Dubai Health Authority is keen to cooperate with the private sector as a strategic partner, in order to continue developing the healthcare ecosystem and build an exceptional healthcare model that is resilient, sustainable and capable of meeting the needs of the emirate’s growing population, as well as serve Dubai’s ambitious plans to develop the world’s best healthcare ecosystem.”
Register to participate in the conference and learn more here.