Egypt, represented by the Information Technology Industry Agency (ITIDA), participated for the 13th time in a row in the 38th GITEX Dubai 2018 exhibition and exhibition at the Dubai World Trade Center.
GITEX Dubai, which this year took place from 14 to 18 October, is one of the most important and leading forums in the Middle East and one of the three major events in the field of ICT in the world, with approximately 150,000 visitors over 150 countries and more than 4,400 companies from 97 countries.
The Authority today announced in a statement the organization of the Egyptian pavilion, which covers an area of approximately 430 square meters and includes companies active in the field of communication and information technology, which has requested to take part in the exhibition , which participates in the event, about 80% of the best brands in the field of information technology. The communication.
GITEX Future Stars, the world's fastest growing company and entrepreneurship, has opened its doors for start-ups who want to participate in the GITEX Future Stars event on the sidelines of GITEX Dubai.
The company selects companies and informs them after completing the required documents. The selection process will be carried out on the basis of a number of criteria, including the experience of the company in the local market. The company's specialization will correspond to the company's specialization. , the export possibilities of the company, the availability of quality certificates, compatibility with the strategy and the size of participation in the programs for industrial development and export. In the Authority.
The Egyptian pavilion is an umbrella organization for Egyptian companies to help them promote their products and technology solutions, enter new markets and strengthen their position in the markets where they are already active, and to help emerging companies raise funds for their projects.
"GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK" is a concept among IT professionals and entrepreneurs and brings together top players who present their most advanced experiences worldwide, stimulate digital transformation and set the direction for the future of technology in the Middle East and beyond.
In the edition this year, the exhibition highlights four key sectors: Smart Cities, Enhanced Reality and Virtual Reality, Internet Objects and Intelligent Manufacturing. Models are presented to the most advanced intelligent cities in the world using the latest generation infrastructure technologies and all related to the fourth industrial revolution.