UN aide: GEC includes economic experiments that help increase local, global investments
President of United Nations SDGs Science, Tech & Innovation Committee at World Business Angels Investment Forum, an affiliated partner of G20 GPFI, Miguel Martin said that the Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) includes several investment and economic experiments, mainly at the technological and digital levels.
These investments can help increase local and international capitals and investments and connect between economic organizations and local and global companies and institutions to facilitate the pace of investment fields in the world and the speed of their access in a safe way.
This came during his visit to the Congress that was held on Sunday for four days in Riyadh under the organization of the Small and Medium Enterprises General Authority (Monsha'at) under the patronage of Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy prime minister and minister of defense.
In a statement to Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Martin praised the organization and scientific lectures that were presented to participants and help them to develop entrepreneurs minds in their investment fields.
This is in addition to the accompanying exhibition that included several creative paintings and historical manuscripts and a center for signing cooperation agreements among various institutions and companies.
He noted that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the leader of one of G20 groups and that it is a main element in the global investment world, expressing his happiness for participating in this conference.