WITSA holds its signature event - The World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) in different host countries on an annual basis. Through this platform, WITSA presents world class programs that facilitate the global exchange of ideas and policies on ICT as well as networking between ICT players.
A premier global ICT congress, WCIT brings together more than 2,000 global leaders in business, government and academia from over 80 countries to impact economic and social development through the exchange of policies, practices, trends and ideas on ICT.
WITSA incorporates six (6) key components in the hosting of its World Congresses:
Often referred to as the ‘Olympics of the ICT World’, WCIT has been held since 1978.
|2021 ‐ Dhaka, Bangladesh||2002 ‐ Adelaide, Australia|
|2020 ‐ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||2000 ‐ Taipei, Taiwan|
|2019 ‐ Yerevan, Armenia||1998 ‐ Fairfax, Virginia, USA|
|2018 ‐ Hyderabad, India||1996 ‐ Bilbao, Spain|
|2017 ‐ Taipei, Chinese Taipei||1994 ‐ Yokohama, Japan|
|2016 ‐ Brasilia, Brazil||1990 ‐ Washington D.C, USA|
|2014 ‐ Guadalajara, Mexico||1988 ‐ Paris, France|
|2012 ‐ Montreal, Canada||1986 ‐ Toronto, Canada|
|2010 ‐ Amsterdam, Netherlands||1984 ‐ Tokyo, Japan|
|2008 ‐ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||1982 ‐ Copenhagen, Denmark|
|2006 ‐ Austin, USA||1980 ‐ San Francisco, USA|
|2004 ‐ Athens, Greece||1978 ‐ Barcelona, Spain|
For more information, please see our "World Congress on Information Technology: A Proud History" brochure. If you have any questions regarding our WCITs, please contact us.