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Cairo Technology Week set to take place 17-19 June 2019
Source: ROOT Technologies for Cairo Technology Week , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Thu May 2, 2019 1:46 pm

EGYPT. ROOT Technologies, the organizer of Cairo Technology Week (, has announced the dates for the upcoming round of Cairo Technology Week.  The most exclusive technology conference and exhibition is set to take place 17-19 June 2019 in Cairo, Egypt.

Ahmed Issa, CEO, ROOT Technologies noted, “Cairo Technology Week is the most exclusive technology event which is attended by key decision makers from various sectors.  With a focus on deploying tomorrow’s technologies today, Cairo Technology Week is a must attend event. Cairo Technology Week conference is dedicated to promoting knowledge sharing and networking opportunities while the exhibition space allows participants to showcase their innovations, technologies and products to key decision makers.”

Cairo Technology Week  brings together  global vendors, technology providers, system integrators, and the most influential decision makers from sectors such as banking & financial services, manufacturing, insurance, ministries, government, education, media & publishing, energy, oil & gas, pharmaceutical, healthcare, telecommunications, construction & real estate, transportation & freight, technology & services, travel & leisure and retail.

Cairo Technology Week is backed by technology leaders such as Mantrac Distribution - ManageEngine - ZOHO - FVC - CP Plus - Sophos to name a few. 

Cairo Technology Week Features Comprehensive Diverse Technologies

Access Control Security - Advertising Technology - Application Performance Management - AR/VR - Artificial Intelligence - Automation - Autonomous Vehicles - Behavioral Analytics - Biometrics - Blockchain - Big Data/Analytics - Business Intelligence Solutions - Business Process Management - Cable/Fiber Optic Technology - Cloud Computing - Communication Network Solutions - Consumer Technology - CRM Solutions - Database and Data Management - Data Centers - Digital Marketing - Digital Photography & Video - Drones & UAVs - E-Commerce Solutions - Enterprise Hardware - FinTech - HR Solutions, Recruitment & Training - Industry 4.0 - IoT - IP Technology - Large Format Display - M2M - Mobile Content/Apps - Mobile Accessories & Peripherals - Mobiles, PC's, Laptop & Tablets - Mobility Enterprise Solutions - Navigation Devices - Network Components - Network Diagnostics - Network Infrastructure - Office Print & Automation - POS Solutions & Services - Print Accessories & Supplies - Projectors & Displays - Retail Technology - RFID - Robotics - Satellite Communications Solutions - Security - Smart Cards - Smart Education - Smart Government - Smart Health - Smart Home - Smart Manufacturing - Smart Transport - Smart Utility - SMB Solutions - Space Tech - Teleconference Solutions - Test & Measuring Systems - Transport & Logistics - Video Surveillance - Wearable Technology - Wireless Technology

Photo Caption: Ahmed Issa, CEO, ROOT Technologies

Registration for Cairo Technology Week is now open.  To obtain a free exhibition pass and learn more about Cairo Technology Week, including sponsorship opportunities, please visit



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