FII discusses the economy of temporary jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic
The Future Investment Initiative (FII) summit held on Thursday a session entitled “How better governance can create more sustainability?”.
The session witnessed the participation of Her Highness Princess Nouf bint Mohammed bin Abdullah, Chairperson of the Civil Society Communication Group (C20), CEO of King Khalid Foundation, and Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the King Khalid Foundation.
The participants in the session stressed that the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the pace of the economy of temporary jobs, and put great pressure on small companies as well as market factors that have significant impacts, noting that the role of governments overlooked this.
FII panelists explained that management systems must be found to support the success of businesses in the early stages and take advantage of the lessons provided by large companies that promote the government to achieve better management among companies in the early stages and entrepreneurs and increase sustainability and economic growth.
FII Institute is a new global nonprofit foundation with an investment arm and one agenda: Impact on Humanity.
Global, inclusive and built on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles, it fosters great minds from around the world and turn ideas into real-world solutions in five critical areas: Sustainability, Healthcare, Education, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. It aims to bring decision makers, investors and an engaged generation of youth together in aspiration, energized and ready for change.