Economic development is driving the region’s focus on new technology and innovation. There is an increasing demand for investment in new technologies in all industries. EastMed organises senior conferences and contributes in researches concerning the latest technologies in banking, finance, e-commerce, energy, and infrastructure.

Energy, Oil and Gas 

The East Mediterranean and Middle East regions host an abundance of natural gas. In addition to being home to more than half of the world’s crude oil reserves, the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region is also one of the world’s most demanding energy consumers. This is a trend that is expected to continue over the coming years.​​ EastMed provides consultancy and business development solutions to companies are looking for partnership and market opportunities in EMEA's region.


Infrastructure investment is a critical consideration for economic development. According to the World Economic Forum (May 2015), the Middle East and North Africa region will need to invest over $100 billion a year to maintain existing and to create new infrastructure to serve the growing communities and cities across the region, which highlights the massive investment in infrastructure needed in the next few years.

Human Capital Management  (HCM) 

Intellectual capital is considered to be one of the key strategic assets for companies to achieve sustainable performance and acquire a competitive advantage. EastMed provides a range of in-house training programmes, which can greatly improve employee's level of creativity and innovativeness.