Qatar's Young Global Leaders: Building a resilient future

ESG goals are key to building Qatar's future, according to three Young Global Leaders.

Alexandre Raffoul

Head, Regional Business Strategy & Growth, MENA & Africa Business; Member, ExCom, World Economic Forum

Fatima Al Zahra Hewaidi

Community Lead, Business Engagement, MEA, World Economic Forum


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