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Last Longer Middle East Vision and Mission

Muneer Merchant | Vice President, Structural

Last Longer ME forum

We live in a world of constant change.

“It’s not the strongest of species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives {rather….} it’s the one most adaptable to change.“
– Charles Darwin

In near future, early markets will be disrupted. Given today’s digital age, we will require business leaders to be all rounded and engaged not only within their own industry domains but be cognoscente to technological advancements.  Firms which value analysis, data gathering, marketing research, technological and product advancement will continue to thrive by exploiting what they have and exploring new growth opportunities.

In future, our Strategic plans will be inclusive of Data Science, Technical Platforms, Ecosystems, New Product Development, along with dynamic and scenario-based probabilistic financial models.

Last Longer ME is taking the initiative to provide thought leaders and industry experts a platform to share their insights on sustainable solutions for infrastructure maintenance in the Middle East and how the future is shaping up.

The talk will provide insights into future developments and means to collaborate and ideate new solutions by innovative technologies, engineering, and construction techniques in today’s world. How data and predictive analytics can help solve wicked problems, customize solutions and decrease life-cycle cost of the structure in future.


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