The Conference and Exhibition of Digital Economy Technologies “Seamless” kicks off on Tuesday in Dubai

Date: 18 - 05 - 2023

Abu Dhabi

Under the auspices of His Highness Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, the conference and exhibition of digital economy technologies “Seamless Middle East 2023” will be held in Dubai on May 23 and 24 at the World Trade Center exhibition grounds, jointly organized by the League of Arab States and the Union. The Arab for Digital Economy and Terrapin International for organizing conferences.

This year, the conference is expected to witness the announcement of the updated version of the Arab Vision for the Digital Economy 2023, which aims to activate and strengthen joint Arab cooperation based on digital knowledge, develop technological and legislative infrastructure, and support plans for digital transformation and technological development in Arab countries, provided that the vision addresses challenges Regional and global imposed by economic crises and geopolitics.

An important initiative will be announced to support emerging entrepreneurial entrepreneurs in the Arab region.

The conference and exhibition is the largest in the Middle East in the field of digital economy topics, with the participation of 500 international companies.

This year’s edition is witnessing a distinguished presence through the registration of more than 15,000 visitors so far, with the participation of more than 500 speakers from international bodies, in 200 specialized sessions on the sidelines of the exhibition that shed light on the latest technologies and challenges in the world of the digital revolution.

A group of international experts will participate in the conference sessions in its main themes, which are smart services and applications, financial services, digital payments, artificial intelligence, e-commerce, banking services, digital security, logistics, and e-marketing, in addition to dozens of sessions and lectures on advanced digital applications in the public and private sectors.