De Bacci Family Attends U.S.-Saudi Arabia Business Leaders Virtual Forum

De Bacci Family attended the U.S.-Saudi Arabia Business Leaders Virtual Forum 2021 by invitation of the Saudi Arabia Chamber of Commerce associate, Emmanuel Spinos.

A number of valuable topics were discussed including the future of U.S.-Saudi economic collaboration, fueling investment opportunities, sustainability and ciruclar economy in the Kingdom, and the future of mobility.

The discussion was joined by Suzanne Clark, President and CEO of U.S. Chamber of Commerce, H.E. Khalid Al-Falih, Minister of Investment of Saudi Arabia, Aamer Sheikh, Chairman of U.S.-Saudi Arabia Business Program and President and General Manager of U.S. Chamber of Commerce, H.R.H. Princess Reema bint Bandar Al Saud, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the U.S., Jim Fitterling, Chairman and CEO of Dow, Ed Knight, Vice Chairman of NASDAQ, Nadhmi Al-Nasr, CEO of NEOM, Patrick Van Der Loo, President of Phizer (Africa and the Middle East), Eugene Willemsen, CEO of PepsiCo (Africa, Middle East, South Asia), and others.

Countess Elena De Bacci and Countessina Anna De Bacci attended the forum on behalf of De Bacci Family.

Countess Elena De Bacci commented:

We are delighted to see so many promising global projects. My attention was especially attracted by the discussion about the development of the city of NEOM in Saudi Arabia, the well-known and most ambitious project of our time with investments up to 500 billion dollars. The project is planned to be totally powered by renewable energy sources.

De Bacci Family has been involved in promotion and development of the green energy sector for many years, and NEOM is definitely the project we will support.

According to Countessina Anna De Bacci:

Only united, we can create the brightest future for all. That is why forums such as the U.S.-Saudi Arabia Business Leaders Virtual Forum are the driving force that countries around the world need to become stronger and more sustainable in every way.

We admire the time and efforts invested by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Ministry of Saudi Arabia in bringing together the brightest minds from around the globe. May God bless this important initiative and allow it to prosper even further!

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