Fast Company Middle East has announced the launch of the Impact Council with Tonomus (formerly NEOM Tech & Digital) as a presenting partner. The council is an invitation-only collective of innovative leaders and the most creative people in business who come together to share ideas and perspectives on business, society, innovation, and design.
The panel discussions will include the future of trade and how our cities, workplaces, and homes are being transformed. Are we harnessing the power of AI? And how healthcare can be reshaped.
The annual meet hosted by Fast Company Middle East allows members and delegates to engage and build relationships with council members.
Key conversations will be spotlighted on fastcompanyme.com, featuring insights from the Impact Council annual meeting. This group also meets several times as sub-committees to discuss specific industry streams and verticals.
“We’re excited to have been invited to join Fast Company’s Middle East Impact Council, alongside likeminded innovators. In partnership with industry leaders, Tonomus is co-inventing the future of living with cutting-edge cognitive technologies. This involves nurturing entrepreneurship, and we look forward to contributing to the Council as an organization where the world’s brightest minds and top tech talent can bring their ideas to life,” said Joseph Bradley, CEO of Tonomus.
Stressing the partnership is particularly significant since Tonomus is on an innovative and disruptive journey, Ravi Raman, the publisher and editorial director of Fast Company Middle East, said, “We are confident that Joseph Bradley, with other leaders from Tonomus, will contribute immensely to the impact council’s deliberations. We are also pleased to announce four sub-committees — Digital Transformation, Future Cities, Cognitive Living, and Design that Tonomus will spearhead. These conversations will form a blueprint for Fast Company’s coverage across 2022 and beyond.”
The summit will take place on 22 November 2022 at the Address Sky View, Dubai. It will be attended by over 200 leaders from the world of business, technology, and policy.
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