MBRF reveals required conditions to join Arab Professionals Forum

DUBAI — The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation, MBRF, in collaboration with LinkedIn, has revealed the criteria candidates must satisfy to sign up with the Arab Professionals Forum.

The forum gathers leading Arab subject-matter specialists, academics, and researchers from around the world, and functions as a platform where experts could interact directly with Arab talent from the region and the world.

The foundation, a member of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has developed a collection of requirements for prospects wishing to sign up with the platform, mandating, to name a few things, that prospects be residents of Arab countries, consisting of Arab deportees around the globe, and have more than ten years of experience and a master’s level or doctorate in their chosen field, along with Arabic reading and writing abilities.

“This forum constructs bridges of collaboration between Arab experts, academics, and execs,” said MBRF’s CEO, Jamal bin Huwaireb.

“It motivates the exchange of ideas and point of views, lines up visions, and produces synergy to enhance the cultural, social, and economic facts of the region,” he added.

“The rigorous criteria we’ve defined enable us to pick only one of the most competent candidates to take part in the forum, which stands to strengthen interaction and cooperation in between specialists and academics in different areas,” Bin Huwaireb described. “This, then, paves the way for bold ideas that can significantly enhance conditions throughout the region, as well as for sophisticated methods and tactics to apply them.”

The Arab Professionals Forum is a place for the most professional Arab skills to consult with international and regional organisations to assist them build their skillsets and enhance their careers.

Source: Emirates News Agency