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Dubai South to partake in GITEX Technology Week

Posted 11 October 2018 · Add Comment

Dubai South has announced that it is participating in the technology show in MENA and South Asia, GITEX Technology Week 2018, and partnered with GITEX Future Stars as this year’s Free Zone Partner.

As the latest business hub for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and startups, Dubai’s integrated city will highlight its key advantages as an ideal location for business, including the smart facilities and services that makes growing business easy and flexible.

Themed ‘Experience Future Urbanism’ this year, GITEX is the ideal platform for Dubai South to promote its range of smart solutions in line with its efforts to support Dubai’s leadership in global competitiveness and top ranking in the ease of doing business. Considered as the ‘emerging face of Dubai,’ Dubai South is a large-scale master-planned development designed to translate into reality the agenda set at Dubai Plan 2021, following the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to create a city of happy, creative and empowered people, living and working in a smart and sustainable city.

Shoaib Al Rahimi, Vice President of the Business Park at Dubai South will hold an interactive mentor clinic session with the next generation of business leaders at GITEX Future Stars to discuss the gaps and solutions to their business needs, as well as showing them the various business solutions available at the Business Park Free Zone at Dubai South.

Mohsen Ahmad, CEO of Logistics District, will be part of the panel for the ‘10x Talks: Getting Tomorrow’s Mega-Cities Working’ session, which is part of the Smart Cities Conference on October 14. The talk will explore how technologies, e-commerce and digitalization can help improve urban development and create sustainable cities that provides the right mix of jobs, opportunities and the entrepreneurial spirit of the people.

Al Rahimi said: “Dubai South has made huge strides towards enabling Dubai to become the world’s smartest and happiest city, integrating advanced technologies in infrastructure and services that bring added value and happiness to our customers. This year’s GITEX Technology Week and GITEX Future Stars provides us the ideal platform to advance new concepts of business development and urban lifestyle which Dubai South has fittingly made available for today’s generation of business leaders and professionals.”

He added: “As global borders continue to blur among business and social networks due to unprecedented development in technologies in recent years, Dubai South is confident that today’s business players are looking for the ideal setup, which cater to their need for flexibility and an environment capable of supporting a healthy work-life balance. We look forward to meeting the most ambitious and driven entrepreneurs from around the world at GITEX Future Stars and discuss with them on the best ways to leverage on new opportunities.”

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