Apparel Group is the official Gold sponsor of the World Corporate Summit 2022

Apparel Group is proud to announce its partnership with the World Corporate Summit 2022 as an Official Gold Sponsor. The summit will be held from November 21 to December 15 and will bring together key business leaders who will meet at the crossroads of international trade for invitation-only closed-door discussions and reaching agreements on the changing dynamics, industry challenges and opportunities. , supported by the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism.

The 20-day summit will feature more than 100 panel discussions from finance, business, media, technology and industry that intertwine on the theme of sports. The itinerary will also offer participants visits to key business and innovation districts, in addition to opportunities to interact with the city’s finance and investment community.

“As Apparel Group continues to consolidate and strengthen its position as one of the leading retail conglomerates in the region and globally, we are pleased to announce our strategic partnership with the World Corporate Summit (WCS ) as a Gold Sponsor. WCS will be a unique platform among key regional and global business leaders and government institutions. As an apparel group, this summit will strengthen our contribution to Dubai’s future as it continues to establish itself as a global hub for trade and commerce,” said Neeraj Teckchandani, CEO of Apparel Group. .

“Following the great success of Expo2020 Dubai, the Global Business Summit aligns with the UAE’s goal of economic growth, bringing together world leaders to share passion for football and develop partnerships at the biggest event ever. sport in the world,” said Bernard Caiazzo, Chairman of the World Corporate Summit and the Global Football Alliance.

Coinciding with the 2022 World Cup, the inaugural edition of the World Corporate Summit is an exclusive invitation-only event held with the mission to enable collaborative dialogue to enable a new era of global economic growth in a post-pandemic world.

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About Apparel Group LLC

Apparel Group is a global fashion and lifestyle retail conglomerate residing at the crossroads of the modern economy – Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Today, Apparel Group caters to thousands of eager shoppers through its 2,010 retail stores and 78 brands across all platforms while employing more than 17,300 multicultural employees.

Apparel Group has built a strong presence in the GCC and expanded thriving market gateways in India, South Africa, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. Additionally, clear strategies are in place to enter emerging markets such as Hungary, Pakistan, Egypt and the Philippines.

Apparel Group has created an omnichannel experience, leveraging brands from the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia. Brands include big names in fashion, footwear and lifestyle such as Tommy Hilfiger, Charles & Keith, Skechers, Aldo, Nine West, Aeropostale, Jamie’s Italian, Tim Hortons, Cold Stone Creamery, Inglot and Rituals.

Apparel Group owes its incredible growth to the vision and guidance of its dynamic Founder and President, Ms. Sima Ganwani Ved, who has propelled the company ever stronger since its inception over the past two decades.

About the World Business Summit (WCS)

“A platform for impact: twenty days of trading”

From November 21 to December 15, top business leaders from the world’s largest corporations, investment funds and sports entities will gather for closed-door discussions and invitation-only trading sessions on evolving dynamics. , industry challenges and opportunities, supported by Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism. Overlapping with the 2022 FIFA World Cup to be held just 45 minutes away in Doha, this year’s summit will mix sports themes and host celebrities for 100 intimate discussion sessions on major economic issues and sectoral issues. , with an overall sports theme, the World Corporate Summit (WCS) will host a variety of networking and offering events, galas, facility tours and private meetings.

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