As always: Delivery World on GITEX Technology Week 2016
As always: Delivery World on GITEX Technology Week 2016.
16 to 20 October representatives of Delivery World attended the Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX) - the largest event in business and IT industry. GITEX is the main ground representing IT industry not only in Arab Gulf, but probably all over the world. It allows international experts to build and expand business across the Middle East, Africa, India, and South Asia. The 36th GITEX Technology Week was held in Dubai Exhibition Center. GITEX by right is considered one of the main events in information and communication technologies.
The main sections of GITEX Technology Week include:
Network equipment and software;
Banks and finance institutions;
Satellite and multimedia;
Wi-Fi and cellular technologies.
GITEX Global Conference is one of the key events of the show; every year it attracts over 3,000 participants from all over the world.
The framework of GITEX Technology Week included various round tables, conferences, briefings, and seminars. It is where the leading experts from all over the world exchanged opinions and views on building IT future.
As one of the leading airfreight forwarders Delivery World keeps up with the modern technologies, and follows novelties of IT area. Showcases like GITEX Technology Week allow us not only to get familiar with the news of the IT market, but to meet our existing customers, and to establish new business relations. On GITEX 2016 our representatives attended several forums and presentations dedicated to novelties of the information and communication technologies, and concluded several new contracts for airfreight delivery of IT products to Russia and CIS.
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