Smart Cities World MENA 2012 is a unique opportunity for solution providers

Smart Cities World MENA 2012 is the business development opportunity to meet with existing clients whilst converting prospects to customers.

It is where the region’s leading urban planning, councils, government authorities and real estate developers come to source solutions and new ideas to their most pressing business challenge.

 
 
 
 

Why sponsor Smart Cities World

  • Smart Cities World MENA 2012 is a two day strategic conference and a technology showcase exhibition.
  • Smart Cities World MENA 2012 conference will feature senior executives from the most innovative smart city developments world wide. Listen to case studies on leading innovation and excellence.
  • Smart Cities World MENA 2012 is where the Middle East and North African business community comes to find solutions and ideas.
  • Smart Cities World MENA 2012 allows you to actively facilitates meetings with key prospects. With our CONTACT system we create more genuine business contacts than any comparable event.

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Who Should Sponsor

  • Telecom Operators
  • Network Infrastructure Vendors
  • Information Technology Applications
  • Systems Integrators
  • Energy Consultants
  • Energy Management Solutions
  • Automation Solutions 

Who will you meet

  • Municipalities
  • Urban planning councils
  • Government investment authorities
  • Ministries of transport
  • Ministries of health
  • Utilities
  • Real estate developers
  • Construction and engineering 

Do you need to..

  • Get your brand in front of senior decision makers across MENA?
  • Position your company as an industry leader?
  • Create sales leads
  • Break into the lucrative Middle Eastern market?
  • Network with urban Stakeholders?

 

Incorporating:

  • Smart Electricity World MENA

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