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Where could they both connect with ministers, ICT industry leaders and investors, potential partners and international media?
Its international platform for governments, corporates and SMEs includes an exhibition for digital solutions, a forum for knowledge-sharing, an Awards programme for ICT innovation, and a networking hub for nations, organizations and individuals.
Hosting ITU Telecom World will provide an invaluable opportunity for Thailand to showcase the best of its digital ideas, talent and solutions — and for the rest of the world to access regional SMEs and explore investment and partnership potential.
The exhibition provides global visibility, networking and business development opportunities for developed and developing markets like no other comparable tech event. Expert speakers, public and private sector leaders, consultants and digital thinkers will explore topics such as the future of 5G, the impact of AI, collaborative regulation, connected cars, smart sustainable cities, fostering SME innovation, new roles for the satellite industry and digital financial services.
Sharing ideas, best practice and case studies, exchanging knowledge, and meeting new contacts: Making the right connections is, after all, essential for success in business and partnerships.
A programme of specially-designed networking events, spaces and online tools put participants in touch with the right people from across the industry and the world.
From the high-profile Opening Ceremony and high-level LeaderSpace to coffee breaks, networking lunches and dinners and the ever-popular event app, the event brings together decision-makers, ministers, SMEs, visionaries, investors and industry-players to make the connections that matter — and work together to accelerate growth.
Understanding the importance of SMEs in driving innovation and economic growth within the ICT sector, ITU Telecom World is working in particular to foster and support SMEs at a global level — by bringing them together with government and industry leaders to exhibit, share knowledge, discuss challenges and solutions in the targeted B2B and B2G Dialogues, explore partnership options, and take part in the ITU Telecom World Awards programme.
Winners gain global recognition as an ICT4D, visibility on an international stage and the prestige of a major UN award.
Open to all exhibiting and sponsoring participants, the Awards will be presented in a number of categories, including the Global SME Award for the most promising and innovative solution from a small enterprise; the Thematic Award for the best solutions with social impact from SMEs or corporates working with a specific vertical sector such as education, health or disaster communications; and the Partner Award presented by ITU Telecom World partners to innovative ICT initiatives with positive social impact.
The authority and expertise of ITU ensure the presence of heads of state and government, ministers and regulators, as well as leading industry CEOs, organizations, associations and consultants.
As a UN event, it delivers a truly international perspective from emerging and developed markets from around the world. The increasing presence of SMEs, and the focus on driving their success to ensure the success of the industry, is critical to deliver socio-economic development for all of us — accelerating innovation to make the world better, sooner.
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