Pigro participates in the GITEX
6 October 2021
Pigro participates in the GITEX 2021 at the Dubai World Trade Centre
From October 17 to 21, Pigro will be at GITEX 2021 and will have the opportunity to interact with more than 3,000 international technology companies, investors, and executives from around the world.

GITEX 2021

With over 100 countries represented, GITEX is one of the largest tech fairs bringing together the most important players in new technologies: start-ups, executives from global giants in the sector, investors, or government institutions. In 40 years, GITEX has become one of the most renowned tech events in the world.450 speakers.

350 hours of speeches. 140 countries. 1 conference.
This exhibition is first and foremost an international showcase where the latest innovations in the fields of artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, virtual reality, smart cities, or the Internet of Things are presented.

More than 450 speakers from leading companies from 140 countries will take the stage during nearly 350 hours of speaking time to detail their latest technological innovations.Speakers include Saket Kumar (head of Google’s Data Scientist department), or even Daniela Rus (director of MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Lab). Pigro at GITEX 2021 On October 17th, at 2:00 PM, Ahmed Nasser, Data Scientist and co-founder of Pigro, will give a 3-minute pitch to introduce Pigro, in front of a high number of relevant investors, at the GITEX Future Stars. The event will be moderated by Richie Santosdiaz, Keynote Speaker and an economic development advisor in the management consulting realm.As part of Pigro’s internationalization strategy initiated in April 2021, this could be a golden opportunity for the Italian start-up to meet international agents, global companies, and experts from different countries, in order to exchange and establish partnerships.

In addition, it is an excellent showcase to be known worldwide.Indeed, GITEX is an opportunity to forge partnerships and commercial collaborations between start-ups (more than 700), big names in tech (Intel, Microsoft, Dell, Ericson, Cisco, Thales, AWS, etc.), global investors (more than 400), and institutional decision-makers from the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

It is the only show that brings together 200 public companies to present their technological advances and digital projects. It is the only event where exhibitors and start-ups have the opportunity to meet these public players – governments or local authorities – to source and find their business partners.

For more information about the event: https://gitex.com/