GITEX GLOBAL is the premier event for exhibitors showcasing the latest in first-hand technology that has inspired generations and innovations that are set to change the world.
We expect 5,000+ exhibitors from 170+ countries to participate in GITEX GLOBAL. A list of the participating exhibitors will be shared closer to the event.
We expect 100,000+ visitors to attend GITEX GLOBAL.
GITEX is a true global event that welcomes exhibitors and visitors from over 170+ countries including Italy, India, Brazil, Bahrain, KSA, Korea, Japan, France, Serbia, Sweden and more.
With your visitor pass, you get access to seven shows including GITEX GLOBAL, North Star, DevSlam, Future Blockchain Summit, Fintech Surge, and Marketing Mania.
There are different levels of passes available to Delegates and Visitors and the prices for these vary accordingly. More information on passes and prices will be released closer to the event.
Pricing for conferences is dependant upon the type of pass you choose to register for. Access to conferences is only included in Delegate Pass and Certified Training options.
Yes, passes are available for purchase onsite. We recommend to buy it online to facilitate your arrival to the event.
Yes, passes are available online closer to the time of the event.
There are numerous food and beverage options available at the food court, at very reasonable prices. As per the regulations laid down by Dubai Municipality, food and beverages may not be brought from outside the venue.
Unfortunately Dubai World Trade Centre doesn't have space for visitors to store luggage during the show.
Visitors can access @DWTC Free-WiFi during the show. Exhibitors have access to dedicated Wifi lines.
Both paid and free parking is available. The DWTC’s parking facilities can accommodate over 5,000 vehicles in a variety of free and paid car parks around the venue. The multi-storey parking behind Sheikh
Rashid Hall has 1,385 paid parking spaces and there is also a multi-storey car park next to Sheikh Rashid Tower with 885 spaces.
We recommend the metro, or taxi. For the Metro, take the ‘Red Line’ Metro to Dubai World Trade Centre station. The metro runs every seven minutes to all major business, tourist and residential areas. To view the route
map and for more information, visit the RTA website or call 800 90 90.
Admission to exhibition is restricted to Trade and Business visitors only.
Visitors under the age of 18 will not be admitted.
Students above 16 and below 18 can attend only if accompanied by school or faculty member