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Leading at WEF Special Meeting 24 and Accelerators Network


At the recent @World Economic Forum Special Meeting 24 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, global leaders convened to address crucial issues of Global Collaboration, Growth and Energy for Development. Among them was our esteemed CEO, Piyachart (Arm) Isarabhakdee, who participated at the Accelerators Network meeting alongside Bill Gates, Borge Brende, Kristina Georgievia, Abdulrahman Al-Fageeh, Rebecca Miano,EGH, Jörg Kukies, Saadia Zahidi, Abdullah Alswaha, Dr.Fatmah Baothman, and participated at the Accelerators Network meeting, representing firms accounting for a significant portion of global energy consumption. This gathering highlighted the imperative for collective action in addressing pressing challenges and leveraging opportunities for sustainable development.


ENERGY DEMAND: TURNING COST TO GAIN

Managing energy demand could save $2 trillion per year, underscoring the economic and competitive benefits for industries and governments. It also demonstrated the role of technology and artificial intelligence in boosting efficiency in difficult-to-abate sectors, as well as the crucial importance of expanding renewable investments, as outlined at COP 28.


COMPETITIVENESS IN THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT ECONOMIES

The Intelligent Economy, driven by the integration of AI, 5G, and IoT, is transforming our daily lives and work. It can either be a booster or a breaker for economic productivity and social and environmental changes. There is an urgent need for strong public-private partnerships and targeted, inclusive educational initiatives to effectively utilize these technologies.


In conclusion, the World Economic Forum Special Meeting 24 served as a pivotal platform for discussing strategies to address energy demand, harness the potential of intelligent economies, and foster collaboration for inclusive growth. Our CEO's participation highlighted our commitment to driving positive change, both globally and within Thailand's private sector. By actively engaging in forums like the Accelerators Network meeting, we continue to demonstrate our dedication to collaborative efforts aimed at achieving meaningful and scalable outcomes for the betterment of society and the environment.


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