Sharjah, October 17, 2021 (WAM) – With the launch of the second edition of the MENA Innovation Technology Transfer Conference (MITT) on October 27,
The Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI Park) said it is finalizing preparations for the region’s largest technology transfer, which will bring together international investors, government and private sector representatives, professionals, traders, academics and other stakeholders. In-depth experience in knowledge exchange, business presentations and networking.
The conference strengthens its position as Sharjah’s international capital of scientific research and knowledge and strengthens the vision of Prime Minister Dr. Sheikh bin Sultan al-Qasim, a member of the General Assembly and Governor of Sharjah.
The meeting will discuss the modalities, opportunities and challenges of technology transfer in the Mena region, how to achieve the set goals and how it can contribute to the region’s economic growth and long-term stability.
The conference will serve as a link between Sharjah and several major cities around the world on ways to shape the future of innovation and strengthen the foundations of sustainability by engaging a large number of international participants. In addition to investors, government representatives, private sector representatives, many professionals, entrepreneurs and scholars. Middle East Innovation and Technology Transfer Rich Program and Active Discussion Sessions;
The panel discusses the state-of-the-art technology transfer strategies, opportunities, challenges, how to achieve the set goals and how the transfers can contribute to the region’s economic growth and long-term stability.
Prominent speakers at the Guba summit included State Minister for Foreign Trade Dr. Thani Ahmed al-Zodi and State Minister for Digital Economy and Distance Applications State Minister and CEO Chen and co-founder of RecycleGO.
Hussein Mohammed al-Mahmud, General Manager of SRTI Park, said: We look forward to implementing the results on the ground to support the Sharjah Emirates and Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Companies, which reflect the rational trends of the government in the country.
He added that the Middle East has become a fast-growing market for trade and technology transfer.