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GITEX 2021 registrations are now open: Here is how to register

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GITEX is a global technology innovation trade fair, exhibition, and conference held annually at the Dubai World Trade Centre, United Arab Emirates. The GITEX exhibition at World Trade Center Dubai has drawn a large global population, especially in 2009 when Microsoft unveiled Windows 7 to a crowd of 150,019 people.

GITEX, which stands for Gulf Information Technology Exhibition, was first held in 1981 as GITE in the Dubai World Trade Centre’s Hall One.  And with the introduction of MacWorld during the 1988 event, GITEX (the X had been added by this point) grew to two halls of the exhibition center. It has now occupied the entire DWTC site for several years, consisting of ten exposition halls with a total exhibition space of one million square feet. 

GITEX has become one of the world’s most prominent technology events, providing a consistent platform for showcasing the most recent technological innovations for a wide range of industries. The 41st edition of the event will again bring together global industry leaders, innovators, and game-changers to discuss and exchange powerful insights into how technologies like AI, 5G, cloud, Big Data, cybersecurity, blockchain, and quantum computing are altering the future.

Here is how to register for GITEX 2021

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The first is to visit the GITEX official registration page:  and fill in the necessary details.  

The registration fee for a day pass is AED 180, while for five days is AED 355.  

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Consequently, the registration is now open for IT experts, technology enthusiasts, students, consumers, and regional traders, and people around the world.

This year, GITEX has introduced a number of new initiatives, including ones focusing on tech developers, youth, regional government projects, and the creative world.

Standard safety protocols to be maintained.

Visitors are encouraged to be socially responsible. Wearing a mask always, social distancing, contactless transactions, and basic hygiene practices are all part of the event’s tight health and safety protocols.

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