Fostering Innovation: A Culture of Entrepreneurship

by · May 28, 2014

qitcom-bannerToday is your last chance to grab a slice of innovation as the third edition of QITCOM, Qatar’s biggest ICT Conference & Exhibition, comes to a close. QITCOM 2014 connects forward-thinking businesses, innovators and industry leaders to consumers, entrepreneurs, students, and enthusiasts through information and communications technology.

The theme for the third and final day of QITCOM 2014 is the most exciting – Fostering Innovation: A Culture of Entrepreneurship.

The highlight will definitely be Jim McKelvey, Founder, Square, who will deliver a key note on how you could embed innovation as an entrepreneur. You will also hear insights from Rishi Saha, Regional Director of Hill + Knowlton Strategies about shaping government policy to grow the tech sector. And you will hear a – hopefully very lively – panel discussion on the culture of entrepreneurship.

Thomson Reuters, QSTP, PWC, IBM, CISCO, Deloitte, CSC, Affno, (surely you get the gist of the high caliber of speakers who will be at the conference) will also be part of the conference to share their business insights.

But of course if you are more interested in the market, you may want to head to the exhibition first and explore the offerings of more than 100 participating companies. The innovative and technological business solutions, and services showcased at the exhibition are truly remarkable as you must have read in the wide coverage by the local and regional media. Meeza, Ooredoo, Vodafone Qatar, Es’hailSat, Qnbn, Autodesk, AlJazeera Media Network, Enterprise Qatar, Qatar Rail, Qatar National Bank, Qatar National Library, SAP, Ericsson, EMC, Microsoft, Oracle, Mannai Trading, Mada, Qatar Computer Services, Malomatia…well if we mention the names of all the companies, we will run past the ideal word limit for a blog post! But you can see the list of all the QITCOM exhibitors here.

You will also come face to face with the Ministries of Economy and Commerce, Interior, Finance, Municipality and Urban Planning, as well as Communications Regulatory Authority, Hukoomi, QPost, and General Authority of Customs. And of course, the Ministry of Information & Communications Technology.

So head straight to QITCOM at QNCC and don’t forget to share your interesting experience at the exhibition and the conference.

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