Dubai Government increase exhibition space

Stand to cover 2,800 sq metres at GITEX.
Ahmed Bin Humaidan, director general of Dubai eGovernment.
Ahmed Bin Humaidan, director general of Dubai eGovernment.


Dubai eGovernment has announced that its stand at the 30th edition of GITEX Technology Week will be three times bigger compared with its exhibition space at the 2009 edition. Covering 2,800 square meters, up from just 800 square metres last year, the exhibition space will be allocated to different departments based on the type of services they provide to the public, including more than 2,000 eServices.

Each year during the weeklong GITEX fair, to be held from October 17 to 21 this year, Dubai eGovernment offers several interactive presentations about the eServices provided by Dubai government departments to the public, businesses and visitors, in addition to the shared services being offered by Dubai eGovernment to government departments aimed at realising the collective goal of building a knowledge-based economy in Dubai.

Ahmed Bin Humaidan, Director General of Dubai eGovernment, said: “We look forward to this year's exhibition as it presents an opportunity to get acquainted with the latest IT experiences and solutions and work closer with participating organisations and exchange expertise with them. We will also try to cater for the needs of our visitors at GITEX, with the goal of improving the eServices in the emirate and enhancing the level of efficiency and excellence within different local government departments in line with our common goal of speeding up the transformation of Dubai into an integrated digital community”.

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