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Iranian Tech Firms to Participate in Hungary’s Telecom Exhibition

Iranian knowledge-based companies will participate in International Telecommunications Union's Telecom World 2019 exhibition (known as ITU Telecom World 2019) taking place on Sept. 9-12 in Budapest, Hungary's capital.

Iran's Vice Presidential Office for Science and Technology and the National Innovation Fund will financially support companies prepared to represent Iran in the event, the former's website reported.

Thought leaders from public and private sectors, experts in ICT fields, regulatory bodies, representatives of international organizations and academic institutions from across the world will deliver speeches in a sideline conference.

Outstanding participants will have receive awards in different categories, including Global SME Awards, Global Industry Awards, Government Award, Host Country SME Award and Recognition of Excellence Certificate.

ITU Telecom World 2019 is a non-profit neutral platform that aims to accelerate ICT innovation for social and economic development by exhibiting solutions, sharing knowledge and networking. 

It brings together governments, corporations and tech SMEs, along with leaders from public and private sectors, emerging and developed markets, as well as from across the ICT ecosystem.

According to the event's website, ministers, regulators, international industry associations, major industry players, entrepreneurs, operators, vendors, service providers, content developers, media, consultants, industry visionaries and leading academics in the ICT sector are among the global audience of ITU Telecom World.

Participation in ITU Telecom World as an exhibitor, sponsor or award entrant brings the attendees visibility, partnership, contacts, networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities.

News No: 5021
Date: 2019/07/04 - 16:25
News Source: Financial Tribune

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