A major event on the African and international of the major conferences agenda; for 10 years, the MEDays Forum organized by the Amadeus Institute in Tangier, has increasingly became one of the main international geostrategic events in Africa and the Arab world. The Forum is today one of the most important geopolitical and economic events organized by a non-governmental structure in Morocco.
Under the High Patronage of HM King Mohammed VI, the MEDays Forum is organized in November of each year. Over a period of four days, the Forum holds more than thirty sessions and panels. It brings together a community of nearly 150 high-level speakers from five continents: Heads of State, Heads of Government, Ministers and Policy Makers, Nobel Laureates, heads of international organizations, business leaders, investors, experts and prominent foreign personalities. The MEDays receives between 3000 and 4000 participants each year.
Disruption, the word that has been used and abused in an ambulatory philosophy, envelops a semantics that is very convenient for qualifying disturbed landmarks. A disruption in an equation dominated by the showdown between interposed powers, and others refusing to undergo any form of injunction. A Digital disruption marked by the dynamics shaping the ecosystem of artificial intelligence as well as the emergence of start-ups.
However, disruption, in its substance, encourages a new reflection, inducing implicitly a paradigm shift. Given this observation, what scenarios are available to companies and what tools do they have? Are the rulers ready to work for a major paradigm shift? What would be the means? Moralization? Organization? Redefinition of objectives?
The questions are heavy, both politically and philosophically.
This year MEDays edition will therefore look how to answer all these questions through the various plenary sessions scheduled, which will know the presence of notorious international personalities, which should thus make the MEDays, a platform of solutions and international expertise.
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