MENA ICT Forum in Amman Jordan 9 & 10 November 2016

Held under the patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein, the Information and Communications Technology Association of Jordan (int@j) is hosting the Middle East and North Africa - MENA ICT Forum 2016 during 9-10 November at the King Hussein Business Park in Amman - Jordan.

MENA_2016bTechnologies have been emerging and evolving at unprecedented and exponential rates. Having transformed from conceptual ideas into current practical applications, the MENA ICT Forum focuses in 2016 on the various aspects of how disruptive technologies impact numerous industries and sectors that are vital in the MENA region’s economies.

MENA_2016Education, healthcare, clean energy, transportation and logistics, commerce, financial services, media, and humanitarian causes are but a few examples of vital industries that are impacted by Big Data, Cloud Computing, Social Media, the Internet of Everything, Mobility, 3D Printing, Virtual Reality, and Wearable technologies. This year’s MENA ICT Forum focuses on how these sectors and industries are impacted, enhanced, and propelled by these cutting-edge technologies and their continuous development and advancements.

The MENA ICT Forum is the premier ICT industry event of the Middle East and North Africa region, held biennially in Jordan under the patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein. The forum is the ideal platform for C-suit Business Executives, Governments, Policy Makers, Non-Profit Executives, Investors and Financers, Entrepreneurs, ICT Professionals, Enthusiasts, and Hobbyists to learn, experience, participate, engage, and establish vision about the latest developments in their industries and how they can benefit their business conduct.

The MENA ICT Forum has been successfully hosted by the Information and Communications Technology Association - Jordan (int@j) each other year since 2002. For more information about the forum or to register, please visit www.menaictforum.com.

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