samedi 1 février 2014


La AeP Consultants è incaricata di organizzare la presenza delle aziende italiane  al Qitcom (ICT) che si svolgerà in Qatar dal 26 al 28 maggio - 2014  
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From enterprise to individual - Qatar is moving assuredly towards a knowledge-based economy in line with its national vision, and ICT development is an integral part of this plan.

Enter QITCOM - a conference, exhibition and awards platform supplemented by government support and representative of the aspiration of not just an industry but a nation eager to adopt technologies and solutions that will catapult it towards greater heights.

QITCOM serves as a unique platform amidst this growth environment- connecting forward-thinking businesses, innovators and industry leaders to consumers, entrepreneurs, students, and enthusiasts through the technology that impacts their lives. (

ICT and Qatar

In the past twenty years, Qatar has progressed rapidly to become a global example of social and economic development predicated on a knowledge-based economy. From mega infrastructure projects to social development indices, today Qatar boasts incredible opportunities for businesses looking to take advantage of a fast growing and demanding landscape. In particular:

  • Qatar was the world’s fastest growing economy during 2008-12
  • Real GDP growth is forecasted at 6.5% in 2013 and 6.8% in 2014
  • Qatar plans to invest over USD140 billion over the next five years in transport infrastructure to transform Qatar
  • ICT contribution towards the national GDP increased 33% between 2008 and 2012

ICT is not just reshaping business practices in Qatar but also the lives of the country’s citizens. As a growing nation, Qatar boasts impressive ICT statistics:

  • Ranked 23rd globally in the World Economic Forum’s Network Readiness Index
  • Highest ranking Arab nation in the International Telecommunications Union’s 2012 ICT Development Index
  • Ranked 9th globally on the E-participation index and 27th globally on the Online Service Index within the United Nations’ 2012 E-Government Survey
  • Overall internet penetration increased from 38% to 69.3% between 2008 and 2012.
  • 97% of youth aged 15-24 have access to computers, 98% have internet access, and 100% enjoy mobile access

The role of ICT in any developing nation’s path towards modernity has been clear my global success stories. Qatar is well on its way towards the goals, and QITCOM is designed to help make Qatar’s vision a reality.