- WITSA is the most comprehensive and influential entity representing the Information and Communications technology (ICT) and services industry in the world
- Awards recognize the entities that made the most significant contributions to mankind in 2016.
- Six “ICT Excellence” awards, two “Eminent Person” awards and the “Chairman” award were presented by WITSA’s Chairman to the...
WITSA Chairman Mr Santiago Gutierrez today signed a key Memorandum of Understanding with Dr Mukhisa Kituyi, Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, signaling several key areas of cooperation. Mr. Gutierrez...
Vienna, Virginia: The World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) mourns the passing of Dr. Nelson Mandela.
“The world has lost a great statesman, humanitarian and champion for equality and human rights”, said WITSA Secretary General Dr. Jim Poisant. “Dr. Mandela was one of the most transforming personalities the world has ever seen, and has been an important source of inspiration for millions, if not billions of people, including in the information and communications technology sector”.
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November 11, 2013Contact: Dr James Poisant firstname.lastname@example.org + 1 703 728-4547 WITSA Recognizes Industry Leader with Lifetime Achievement Award São Paulo, Brazil, November 11, 2013: The World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) today awarded Mr. Som Mittal its prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr. Mittal has served as...
The global ICT industry has called on all nations, rich and poor, to redouble efforts that enable global trade liberalization, saying this is the best way to generate increases in global income growth, and that the benefits accrue to all nations – developed countries, emerging economies and especially some of the poorest nations.
The global ICT industry, represented by the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA), says liberalizing and thereby increasing trade in all goods and services is demonstrably more beneficial, economically and socially, than aid to the developing world.