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Prince Fahad bin Mansour AlSaud named chair of G20 YEA 2020, KSA Summit

Prince Fahad bin Mansour AlSaud named chair of G20 YEA 2020, KSA Summit
Prince Fahad bin Mansour bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz AlSaud

Riyadh – Mubasher: The G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance (YEA) 2020 named Prince Fahad bin Mansour bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz AlSaud as the Chair of the G20 YEA 2020 and the KSA Summit.

Hosted in partnership with key local and global organisations, the summit will take place from the 29th till the 30th of October 2020 under the theme “Entrepreneurship is a source of Innovation and Resilience”, according to a press release on Sunday.

A global audience of over 700 entrepreneurs, business leaders, and young professionals are expected to attend the summit.

Prince Fahad bin Mansour is a Saudi serial entrepreneur and investor with an impressive track record in launching and accelerating startups. From digital technology and logistics, he has expanded his business portfolio to include enterprises that address the current global and local market needs.

“The G20 YEA is a collective of leading entrepreneurially-minded organisations representing the G20 countries who seek to promote youth entrepreneurship as a powerful driver of economic renewal, job creation, innovation, and social change,” stated the UK President and Membership Committee Chair of the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance, Alex Mitchell.

“It is an honour and privilege to be the G20 YEA KSA 2020 Summit president working alongside the YEA global heads and delegations globally. As the summit theme focuses on the entrepreneurial resilience and innovation, our summit embodies that mindset as we come together to host a summit bringing together hundreds of global delegates virtually,” remarked Prince Fahad bin Mansour AlSaud.

Highlighting entrepreneurship as a source of innovation and resilience, especially in times of crisis, the annual G20 YEA summit will further address the world’s young entrepreneurs response to the COVID-19 fight and commitment to work with global economies to recover from the repercussions of the pandemic; urging governments to target economic stimulus measures to support the next generation of inclusive economic growth.