Sheikh Hamdan’s 100-Day Plan To Bring Govt Organizations Into Metaverse
Reports said that Sheikh Hamdan’s 100-day plan to bring government organizations into the metaverse is forging ahead.
It has been reported that at a meeting with the Higher Committee of Future Technology Development and Digital Economy, the Crown Prince of Dubai affirmed his commitment to have Dubai be the global capital for the developing digital economy. In order to do so, Sheikh Hamdan needs government organizations to help him develop his vision.
However, Sheikh Hamdan’s goal is to add $2 billion to the emirate’s economy and create 40,000 virtual jobs by 2030. To do this, he kicked off the Dubai Metaverse Strategy in July of 2022. The 100-day plan is an extension of this ongoing initiative, aimed at onboarding government organizations.
The report said that these new logos to the metaverse will bring significant traffic and may help Sheikh Hamdan reach his virtual jobs goal. Sheikh Hamdan’s 100-day plan includes strategic partnerships to help attract more than 1,000 companies into the Web3 industry. These will consist of private businesses and event companies, that will service the metaverse.
Likewise, he wants to build a community of investors, startups, and creators to solve novel problems as they arise.
He is colloquially known as Fazza, or “the one who helps.” It seems that he wants to help add some serious juice to Dubai’s digital economy with the 100-day plan.
Thus, the initiative will work to educate citizens of Dubai on the metaverse and its opportunities.
Source: NFT Evening