Once again, the Monaco Economic Board surpassed itself with a convivial networking cocktail at the Monte-Carlo Beach at the start of the week, the 45th in a very successful series.

After a word of welcome from Executive Director General of the MEB Guillaume Rose, Jean Castellini, Minister of Finance and the Economy, sounded a cautionary note, saying that Monegasque companies are evolving and must make decisions “in a context at worst anxiety-provoking, at best uncertain.”

Frédéric Genta, Interministerial Director of Digital Transition, Guillaume Rose, General Director of MEB, Stéphane Valeri, CEO of Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer, Jean Castellini, Minister of Finance and the Economy, Michel Dotta, President of MEB, and Danièle Garcelon, General Director of Monte Carlo Beach MEB/Carte Blanche

President of the MEB Michel Dotta took the floor, focusing his remarks on artificial intelligence. At one time, Monaco fell a little behind on digital matters although today we are up to speed at the cost of great effort, he said. The MEB will soon organise workshops on the topic of AI.

The speeches ended with the hostess, Danièle Garcelon, General Manager of the Monte-Carlo Beach, who presented the two new Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer facilities at the hotel: the Club Vigie, accessible during the day and early evening from midday, and the Maona, a brand new concept of summer cabaret which will open from July 1.

Attendees then had plenty of time to network in this five-star setting, where the sunset decided to make this evening a delicious success.