ADNEC to host the GCC’s largest gov’t tech show

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Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri Chief Commercial Officer at ADNEC
Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri Chief Commercial Officer at ADNEC

Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) is set to host the largest government technology exhibition in the Middle East that will gather representatives of government departments, ministries and authorities from across the GCC in the UAE capital next year.

Organised by Terrapinn – a leading business events organiser, the inaugural Gov Tech Middle East will take place from 8 – 9 April, 2014.

Gov Tech will provide a world class platform for ICT professionals to interact, share knowledge and spark innovation within the government services sector. Showcasing the latest cutting-edge technology and digital solutions designed to support the development of e-government services, Gov Tech will address security and efficiency challenges related to government services.

Expected to attract thousands of attendees, Gov Tech will include a visionary keynote conference, free-to-attend on-floor technical seminars, workshops and an industry awards ceremony.

Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri; “We are delighted to host this high profile and unique event for the first time in the Middle East. At ADNEC, we continuously seek to attract new and innovative events to the emirate through the development of strategic partnerships with organisers and highlighting our world-class facilities and services.

The ICT industry is and continues to be a significant contributor to our economic development in the UAE, which makes Gov Tech ME a key event in the region. With a surge in global IT spending, we anticipate strong attendance for this event that further underscores ADNEC’s growth as a regional hub for conferences and exhibitions.” —  Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri, Chief Commercial Officer at ADNEC

Matthew Williams; “It is an incredibly exciting time for governments across the Middle East as they explore new ways of engaging and serving their citizens. The UAE and other regional government organisations are striving for better efficiency and productivity across the board. More and more IT leaders are actively looking for new ideas and the latest technology in pursuit of these goals.

“We are excited to launch an event where the government IT sector can meet to help shape the future of their industry and solve some of the biggest issues facing regional governments today.” — Matthew Williams, Managing Director of Terrapinn Middle East

Gov Tech Middle East will also spotlight organisational IT efficiency and productivity, IT protection against data and cyber-attacks, and the delivery of new services to citizens through investment in new technologies.

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