Digital Transformation in Public and Private Sectors

Tuesday, October 31st, 2023 at 4:00 pm (GMT+3)

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Tuesday, October 31st, 2023 

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4:00 pm (GMT+3) 

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Language: Arabic

H.E. Mr. Ahmed S. Alhassan, H.E. Mr. Ahmed AlHakbani, and Mr. Ayman AlRashed, are hosted by Mr. Abdulmohsin Al Omran, Founder and CEO of The Family Office, to discuss the digital transformation in public and private sectors, including:

  • Overview of digital transformation and its rising significance in public and private sectors.

  • Key technologies and trends shaping today’s world and driving digital transformation.

  • Key differences in the implementation of digital transformation in public and private sectors.

  • Challenges in implementing digital transformation in public and private sectors, and how to efficiently address them.

  • Future outlook: what to expect and how to stay ahead of the curve.


HE Mr Ahmed S Alhassan

H.E. Mr. Ahmed S. Alhassan

Assistant Minister of Transport and Logistic Services in Saudi Arabia

HE Mr Ahmed AlHakbani

H.E. Mr. Ahmed AlHakbani

Founder and CEO of Simplified Financial Solutions Company (SiFi)

Mr Ayman AlRashed

Mr. Ayman AlRashed



Abdulmohsin Al Omran

Mr. Abdulmohsin Al Omran

Founder and CEO of The Family Office

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