GPRC Summit 2023 will host discussions on Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), integrated with performance and strategy.
GPRC Summit 2023, organised by Ejtemaat Events and hosted by Corporater - a global software company that enables organisations worldwide to manage their business with integrated GPRC (Governance, Performance, Risk and Compliance) solutions - will bring together GRC experts, CEOs, senior-level executives, and key decision makers from across industries to discuss technology, insights, and key trends shaping the future of enterprise management. This invitation-only event will take place on 23 January in Riyadh, KSA, and on 25 January 2023 in Dubai, UAE.
As the world’s largest gathering on governance, risk and compliance (GRC) integrated with performance and strategy, the Summit will feature keynote speeches, panel discussions, and roundtable discussions offering insights centred around the theme ‘GPRC - The Future of Effective Enterprise Management for Government and Business Organisations’.
At the Summit, world-renowned GRC and strategy experts and C-level executives will share their insights on the latest trends in enterprise business management, GRC-related challenges facing today’s top organisations, and solutions that enable organisations to improve their performance in achieving key priorities.
The event will be a high-octane networking platform for C-level executives, senior directors, and key decision-makers from over 100 regional companies spanning government and private organisations from various industries. International experts and keynote speakers.
Businesses and corporations face fast-evolving risk environments and digital transformation every day, while more and more customers and employees are looking for companies that align with their values. According to research, over 75% of organisations acknowledge that siloed technology systems pose a risk management challenge, while only 35 percent take enterprise-level action to address the issue.
The event will look at the current drivers and trends impacting governance, risk and compliance (GRC) and how organisations must focus on agility, resilience, integrity, and accountability in managing risks.
Announcing the GPRC Summit, Tor Inge Vasshus, Founder and CEO of Corporater, said,
“Business risks evolve very quickly, often they are external, such as third-party vendors, supply chains, regulatory issues, privacy concerns, cyberattacks, environmental regulations, and sometimes they are internal, such as operational, financial and other challenges. These issues are usually interrelated risks that require comprehensive solutions. The need for a holistic approach to GRC has never been more critical to organisations.”
“As the business environment changes, companies need to evolve their GPRC strategies to maintain a comprehensive view of interconnected risks, understand the financial implications and make more informed decisions at all levels.”
News Source: Emirates News Agency