GITEX Tech Week, day 4: A Day for women tech leaders and rare products exhibition

Gitex - Day 4

The fourth day of GITEX Tech Week 2021 was mixed with farewells and new trends; some companies left while others led training sessions.

One of the most distinguished ones was presented by the AAPL collection. A private collection of Dubai-based vintage Apple products, from 1976 till the present, showcased the world’s biggest collection of rare Apple goods.

Global exhibitors, including French ones, alongside visitors, chose GITEX for their first appearance to stay ahead of the tech industry’s latest trends and innovations as they discover the event’s branched segments. With thousands of the biggest tech names, including global leaders, and hours of impactful content, there is no better place to connect with the tech world than GITEX GLOBAL.

It was a memorable moment with the French delegation on the final day of the GITEX 2021 Flag of France, as Semih Kumluk, Digital Training Manager at PwC, led an AI Practitioner course (CAIP) workshop for the trainees to earn their AI certificate.

On another stage, business and announcements were still taking place in GITEX, with Astrocast and iWire signing a partnership to develop an Internet of Things (IoT) end-to-end solution in asset tracking.

People were enthusiastic to discover new gadgets and devices made by the telecom and tech companies, especially robotic ones.

This atmosphere led people to gather around many company booths and create queues, especially on the Etisalat stand since late morning hours.

Also, visitors were interacting with speakers in talks and with the latest technologies that were being showcased such as robots.

The fourth day of the digital journey did not end there, as visitors interacted with speakers in small but informative dialogues, discussing the latest technologies showcased, such as robots.

Although these are the last two days for GITEX, it is noticeable that exhibitors and visitors would prefer to prolong the event’s duration, knowing that perhaps tomorrow will bring the highest number of visitors as it is a national holiday in the Emirates.