Third Party Event

29 Apr 2014

Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce its media partnership with the FAHR International Forum which will be held on 29th to 30th April, in Dubai. In this respect we send you the following message from the conference organisers:

Dear Oxford Business Group Subscribers,

Under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, the FAHR International Forum is a leading event for HR professionals in the government, public and semi-public sectors.

Over 300 HR and Business Leaders will converge to exchange insights with the region’s top employers at the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR)’s annual forum on 29 – 30 April 2014 at the Dubai International Convention Centre.

Download your copy of the brochure: FAHR International Forum 2014

Featuring a number of high-level keynotes by:

  • HE Humaid Al Qatami, UAE Minister of Education
  • HE Abdulla Al Saleh, Undersecretary, UAE Ministry of Economy
  • Lord Ian Blair, Former Commissioner of London’s Metropolitan Police
  • Robert Lavigna, American Author of the book “Engaging Government Employees”
  • Henry Jackson, President and CEO of Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)

The FAHR International Forum also features leading insights form the region’s best employers including First Gulf Bank, Majid Al Futtaim Ventures, Etisalat, du, Saudi Binladin Group and many more.

Plus, if you register before Monday 24 March 2014 you will save up to AED 1,100

Simply email Nidhi Masson on or call +971 4 407 2659 or register online at

Join over 300 HR experts across GCC and learn the latest practice from the region’s top employers on human capital development and performance.

We look forward to seeing you there!

The FAHR International Forum Team
T: +971 4 407 2659 | W:

PS: Are you looking to align your organisation with the UAE national agenda’s human capital development initiatives? Partnership opportunities are available at the Forum. Contact Ben Jones on +971 4 407 2432 or