Especially if you’re talking technology within the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Right from world-famous industry names to Silicon Valley’s hottest startups, everyone heads to GITEX in anticipation of big business partnerships, future-ready gear and booming successes.
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Follow the money
As per Gartner, the total value of the Middle East & North Africa technology sector is expected to reach $168.8 billion by 2020.
With opportunities coming thick and fast for the region, GITEX 2018 is the one place you need to be in order to make the most of it all.
A match made in GITEX
Whether you’re on the lookout for new business deals or public sector partnerships, you’re bound to find it across one of our networking platforms.
Be in the know
With conference tracks built around dedicated exhibitor sectors, X-Labs spotlighting the bravest innovations, and Tech Talks delivering the latest in tech, GITEX is a rich source of inspiration, application and success for exhibitors.
Sights, sounds and experiences not worth missing
Source from the world in one location
Last year over 6,200+ meetings took place between exhibitors and buyers– literally over 124 meetings every hour – making the event one of the biggest gathering points for technology providers and first-movers.
Inspiration at first sight - new unveilings
World’s 1st Firefighting Drone, 1st Autonomous Electric Truck, 2nd Generation 3D Printed Humanoid.
Robot, World’s 1st Water-Resistant BlackBerry and Microsoft’s AI innovations; not just these wow innovations but tons of market-shaping new solutions were introduced at GITEX last year.
Raise your technology quotient - power packed conferences
There’s never a dull moment around the industry makers and disruptors taking the stage at GITEX. Soak up all the information you need over 100+ hours of content covering 9 industry verticals including case studies and plenty of perspective-shifting insights. No fluff, all real-world practical stuff.
"The feedback and level of interest we received...was unprecedented...We have seen a keen willingness to adopt the latest thinking–not just from a technology perspective, but also from a business model, human capital and operational point of view."