GITEX (“Gulf Information Technology Exhibition”) is an annual consumer computer and electronics trade show, exhibition, and conference that takes place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Its exhibitions in the Middle East have attracted numerous participants, most notably in 2009 when Microsoft released Windows 7 with 150,019 people present.
The GITEX Shopper & Consumer Electronics Expo attracts ICT retailers and suppliers such as Gateway Group, 50 Cent, Etisalat, RedHat, and Dell. The consumer participants include IT professionals, technology enthusiasts, students and consumers as well as regional traders.
The show was launched in 1981 as GITE and occupied Hall One of the Dubai World Trade Centre.
With the launch of MacWorld at the 1988 show, GITEX (the X had been added by now) expanded to two halls of the exhibition centre. For some years it has now filled the entire DWTC complex, currently consisting of 10 exhibition halls comprising a million feet of exhibition space.
GITEX Shopper 2009 had 150,019 visitors representing 121 nationalities.
The 2012 event included 60% from Middle East, 19% from Africa, 13% from the Americas, 4% from East and South Asia and 4% from Europe. There was a 24% increase from Africa as compared to 2011.
Gitex Registration Procedures for 2018
On the right hand side of the homepage click on visit
fill the the gitex registration form which looks like this below
Click on submit.
once you click submit you will see a confirmation page that will affirm your registration
they will subsequently notify you on arrangements for you on the gitex technology exhibition.
You are done.