The 40th annual Gitex Technology Week has officially begun at the Dubai World Trade Centre running from December 6th to 10th.
With 1,200 innovative tech enterprises, startups and government entities participating from 60 countries and 350 speakers, Gitex 2020 will be the world’s only live, in-person technology event to take place at this scale this year.
The main event will be held alongside Gitex Future Stars, Gisec, Future Blockchain Summit and Marketing Mania.
After a year of missed opporutunities, Gitex 2020 aims to enable participants to connect with over 50,000 global peers through its AI enabled app, provide access to global tech enterprises and startups from 12 sectors, and explore groundbreaking pre- and post-pandemic technologies and the pioneers behind them.
GITEX will host pavilions from Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, France, Israel, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan, Nigeria, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and the United States; showcase innovative technology solutions by UAE government entities such as Smart Dubai, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, the Abu Dhabi Government, Dubai Police and Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority; and give a platform for the world’s tech giants like Microsoft, Dell Technologies, Du, Etisalat, Lenovo, IBM, and Huawei to display and discuss their breakthroughs this year.
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