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This year’s GITEX GLOBAL, the most prominent tech exhibition in the world, will include a significant presence of Indian exhibitors, strengthening relations between the UAE and India and opening up new possibilities for technical cooperation.
More than 200 Indian companies are prepared to take part in GITEX GLOBAL, which will be held from October 10–14, 2022, at the DWTC in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and its seven co-located events, including North Star, Global DevSlam, North Star Dubai, Fintech Surge, Future Blockchain Summit, X-VERSE, Marketing Mania, and Ai Everything. These events will present a range of technological innovations in AI, blockchain, Big Data, IoT, telecoms, Martech, future mobility, healthtech, smart cities, and more. Over 5,000 exhibitors will showcase technological solutions to more than 100,000 visitors from 170 different nations at the exhibition.
The historic Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) between the UAE and India, which went into effect in May 2022, is followed by GITEX GLOBAL 2022. The CEPA is anticipated to influence trade between India and the UAE substantially and intends to eliminate more than 10,000 tariff lines within ten years. Within the following five years, both nations hope to increase their bilateral trade from $60 billion to $100 billion due to CEPA.
Gurmeet Singh, Executive Director of Electronics and Computer Software, Export Promotion Council (EPC), said, “We aim to take advantage of the booming IT market in the Gulf and showcase India’s capabilities in the ICT sector. GITEX GLOBAL has emerged as the largest and the most impressive ICT event in the Middle East. Naturally, India has a great stake in the booming Middle East, Africa, Asia, and European markets, for which Dubai is the gateway. Companies participating under ESC’s banner have reported high satisfaction and recorded significant business, forged joint ventures, and established market tie-ups.”
Another returning GITEX exhibitor, NeoSOFT, has benefited from its involvement for more than ten years. NeoSOFT has sped up the digital transformations of 1,500+ brands across 22 different industrial sectors, helping with everything from consultation to set up a technological roadmap to executing at scale. For companies aiming to gain a competitive edge, the company’s services in product engineering, AI, cloud computing, data analytics, and IoT are digital enablers. The business has strategic plans to provide technical assistance and know-how to entrepreneurs and the startup community.
“GITEX is the best platform to network, understand market needs, connect with customers, and exchange potential synergies,” said Nishant Rathi, Founder, and Director of NeoSOFT.
Avo Automation will present its lineup of 100% no-code test automation technologies to show how they assist businesses in producing high-quality software quickly.
“Avo Automation has recently expanded its horizons to the APAC and Middle East regions, and GITEX GLOBAL will help the company gain visibility with the right audience. We intend to meet technology leaders from various sectors and understand their specific and grassroots-level challenges regarding software quality. These will help us understand how our AI/ML-driven automation solutions can help them build a stable, future-ready business. We also look forward to meeting fellow automation experts and exploring collaborative opportunities to deliver the best to our customers,” Sachin Chandavarkar, Senior Director of Sales, Asia Pacific & Middle East Avo Automation, said.
Trixie LohMirmand, Executive Vice President of Events Management at Dubai World Trade Centre, GITEX GLOBAL’s organizer, said: “GITEX is not just a big gathering of people. It’s the super-connector humanizing virtual and digital economies.
“GITEX serves a profound purpose of enabling and accelerating the digital economies of the UAE and many of its alliance partners through connecting earnest stakeholders with outstanding minds from the world and materializing these connections into actionable partnerships.”
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