ArabNet Riyadh 2016

Forum Agenda

This is a preliminary agenda, please check back soon for updates.

Design+Code Day 12 Dec Entrepreneurship Hall A Design Hall B Code Hall C
08:00

 

Registration
09:30


Welcome Address
10:00

Speakers

- Mazin Alshanbari, Business Development Manager at TakaMol Holding

​How Should Entrepreneurs Approach Fund Raising by Takamol

- Venue: Hall A

User Experience Intro
What is user experience Design ?
Misconceptions about UX
User centered design and agile development
Designing for arabic experience
What, why and how?
Difference in mental model
Difference in culture and values
The arabic Language & Content
Designing Right to Left Layout
Arabic Typography
It’s time to build
Research
Building Personas
Create a user journey
Build a prototype
Usability testing 

Speakers

- Mahmoud Kida, User Experience consultant at UXBERT

Designing for Arabic Experiences- UXBERT

- Venue: Hall B

Bluemix Workshop

Bluemix Platform overview
Hosting & building mobile application using Bluemix Mobile services
Building Internet of Things applications using Bluemix IoT services

Speakers

- Mohammad Fadin, Software Engineer at IBM

Cloud Application Development on IBM Bluemix Workshop by IBM

- Venue: Hall C

11:30

 

Coffee Break
11:45

How to Setup a Startup for VC: The Valuation and LLC Issue, The Offshore Share Class Solution,The Holding Structure, Preparing for Due Diligence: Due Diligence Categories and Organization

Speakers

- Abdulrahman Hammad, Managing Partner at SME Law

How to Setup a Startup for VC by SME Law

- Venue: Hall A

The art of designing a stunning mobile user interface
Learning how to design a will structured mobile interface for iOS and Android
like if it was designed by Apple or Google. We will cover in this workshop the Material Design for Android and go through Apple’s design guideline
Then go over the tools used to help designing with the help of the toolkits using the latest applications
- Sketch app
- Adobe XD 

Speakers

- Yazeed AlSwailem, Co-founder at Tarmeez

The art of designing a stunning mobile user interface by Tarmeez

- Venue: Hall B

What is the maker movement? 

Why and how it was started ?
Why should you become a maker?
How to start building your invention?
How to: Internet of things simple app ( smart door security app )

Speakers

- Taher Alblowe, Founder at Geeks Valley

How to become a maker by Geeks Valley

- Venue: Hall C

13:15

 

Break Lunch Break
14:15

This session is dedicated to helping you shape your business idea or optimize your current business for maximum impact. In this workshop we will be performing a step by step assessment of participant's ideas and validating the business viability of each. By answering a series of questions about each of the startups/ideas we validate the potential of each opportunity and explore tweaks to the business / business model that would impact it's growth trajectory and make it more attractive for the founders, talents, and investors

Speakers

- Zafer Younis, Partner at 500 Startups

Designing Your Business Idea by 500 Startups

- Venue: Hall A

 

Speakers

- Anas Althenyan, Head Of Copywriting Team at Nuss

- Mohammad Al Ateeq, Co-founder at Nuss

Creative Arabic Copy-writing for Digital Platforms by Nuss

- Venue: Hall B

      

Speakers

- Mohamed Saber, Analytical Practice Manager at Jathwa

See The Story In Your Data by Jathwa

- Venue: Hall C

15:15

 

Coffee Break
15:30

   

Speakers

- Mansour Alobaid, CEO at Future Technologies Pioneers Consulting Office

Practical Application of Canvas Business Model by Dulani

- Venue: Hall A

 

Speakers

- Ahmed Bukhamseen, Founder and CEO at Quant Data & Analytics

Data Science & Visualization, Quantda

- Venue: Hall B

End of Day
National Transformation Track Hall A Digital Media & Marketing Track Hall B Investment Track Hall C Side Track| OMD academy OMD Backstage pass
08:00

 

Registration
09:00

    

Speakers

- Nawaf Al Sahhaf, CEO at Badir Program for Technology Incubators

- Omar Christidis, Founder and CEO at ArabNet

Opening Ceremony
09:30

 

Coffee Break
10:00

The Saudi government has set an ambitious Vision for 2030 and a National Transformation Program (NTP) to move the Kingdom away from dependence on oil and drive the growth of the innovation / knowledge economy. 270B SAR will be spent on a broad range of initiatives to accomplish this transformation - initiatives ranging from expanding the number of incubators and accelerators, setting up innovation centers around the country, establishing a Saudi Media City, and fostering the development of local digital content. This panel will bring together key government, and private sector stakeholders to share insights, and upcoming plans for building an innovation and knowledge economy in KSA, and delve into the impact of the NTP on the digital and entrepreneurship ecosystems.

Moderator

- Mansour Alobaid, CEO at Future Technologies Pioneers Consulting Office

Speakers

- Mazen Mohammad Aldawood, Deputy Governor of The General Authority for Small And Medium Enterprises at

- Eng. Ali Bin Saleh Al-Soma, Advisor to the Minister of Communications and IT at Secretary General of The National ICT Plan

- Khaled Al-Ghoneim, Founder at Hawaz

- Maha Taibah, Founder and CEO at Eradah

- Salem Alenzi, Co-owner at Jathwa

Panel Fostering Innovation & Entrepreneurship in the Saudi Kingdom

- Venue: Hall A

10:45

   

Speakers

- Khaled Bamohamed, Business Unit Director (Cloud and Smart Services) at Creative Telecom Co.​(CTC​)​

Sponsored Announcement - CTC

- Venue: Hall A

10:50

 

Speakers

- Salem Alenzi, Co-owner at Jathwa

Sponsored Announcement -Jawtha

- Venue: Hall A

10:55

 

Pitching STARTUP Battle

- Venue: Hall A

11:45

 

Break Coffee Break
12:15

 

Pitching IDEATHON

- Venue: Hall A

12:45

 

Moderator

- Mohammad Mosly, Senior Director Strategic Engagement, KSA at Job Creation Commission

Speakers

- Anef Abanomi, VP Enterprise Sales at Saudi Telecom Company (STC)

- Tuba Terekli, Co-founder and CEO at Qotuf Al Riyadah Development Company

Keynote STC

- Venue: Hall A

 

   

Women Mentoring Women

- Venue: Hall C

13:00

 

   

SmartCamp IBM

- Venue: Hall B

 

13:05

Entrepreneurship and innovation have become top priorities on the agenda of many governments across the region today, especially in the GCC. The ambition to shift the economies to support innovation and foster talent is evident across the National Transformation Program (Saudi); Dubai Future Accelerators and Sheikh Mohammad’s fund for Innovation in the UAE; Oman’s Investment Fund and the new State General Reserve Fund (SGRF); the Kuwait National Fund for SME Development; programs by the Bahrain Economic Development Board and many more. Yet fostering innovation requires building strong ecosystems with enabling policy / regulations, access to finance and markets, strong human capital, and a robust culture of entrepreneurship and self-employment. This panel will discuss the role that government programs can or should play in stimulating the entrepreneurship ecosystem, building on experiences and case studies from across the GCC region.

Moderator

- Mohammad Mosly, Senior Director Strategic Engagement, KSA at Job Creation Commission

Speakers

- John Kilmartin, Executive Director | ICT at Bahrain Economic Development Board

- Tuba Terekli, Co-founder and CEO at Qotuf Al Riyadah Development Company

Panel Government Role in Driving Innovation & Ecosystem Building

- Venue: Hall A

 

 

13:40

 

Speakers

- Fahd Hamidaddin, Chief Commercial Officer at King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC)

Keynote KAEC

- Venue: Hall A

 

 

 

 

Speakers

- Walid Hadid, Head of Analytics - UAE at OMD

Interview 1st Interview
13:45

 

14:00

 

 

 

   

Speakers

- Faisal Shams, Managing Director, Saudi Arabia at OMD

Welcome Address

 

14:05

 

 

 

   

Speakers

- Faisal Shams, Managing Director, Saudi Arabia at OMD

Talk Evolve: same business objectives, different marketing solutions

 

14:15

Break Lunch Break

 

 

14:30

 

 

 

- Venue:

According to Dell Technologies’ Digital Transformation Index only 4% of businesses in UAE and Saudi today have fully prioritized digital transformation in their business operations today. At the same time, 48% of business have plans and some activities in this space, to keep up with the disruption reshaping their respective markets. As consumer behavior and habits shift and expectations from brand / service providers evolve with the growth of on-demand services, messenger apps and mobile experiences, business (whether products or services) are increasingly re-evaluating their performance, and exploring opportunities for enhancement. This panel explores how businesses are evaluating their offerings today and key indicators that drive their communication and business decisions.

Panel The Digital Transformation of Communication and Business Models

- Venue:

 

15:00

 

 

 

 

Lunch Break

15:15

The World Economic Forum declared that this era is the “4th Industrial Revolution - the era of machine-to-machine communication and artificial intelligence. Everything is getting automated: from driverless cars, to smart homes, artificially intelligent city grids, 3D printed architecture and integrated bots that help us make sense of it all. According to GSMA, the number of M2M connections (connected devices) in MENA is expected to reach 27.7M by 2020. M2M and machine learning have the potential to transform ways of doing business across functions, including optimizing supply chain, enhancing customer service, delivering customized information to sales teams to improve efficiency, and much more. This panels hosts experts to talk about the building blocks, best practices and challenges in developing a connected enterprise, and the opportunities this will create for businesses and entrepreneurs.

Moderator

- Ehab Al Khiary, Executive & Entrepreneur in Information Technology and Communication at

Speakers

- Akram Al Haddad​​, CEO at Creative Telecom Company (CTC)

- Akram Benmbarek, Director of Business Development at Quanergy

- Tarik Al-Turki, Country System Engineering Manager, Saudi Arabia at Cisco

Panel M2M and Machine Learning in Improving Enterprise Performance

- Venue: Hall A

   

Pitching Battle of the Games

- Venue: Hall B

 

Roundtable on Entrepreneurship (Invitation Only)

- Venue: Hall C

 

Interview 2nd Interview
15:30

 

 

 

   

Speakers

- Nadim Khoury, Head of Content and Experiences - UAE at OMD

Talk Contextual mobility: time, place and person

15:35

 

 

Speakers

- Sho Sato, Chief Analyst at Media Create

Talk How do Japanese game companies see Arabic game market and industry - similarities and differences fr

- Venue: Hall B

 

 

 

15:45

 

 

 

 

 

Speakers

- Faisal Shams, Managing Director, Saudi Arabia at OMD

Interview 3rd Interview
15:55

 

Speakers

- Maya Farah, Director of Product at Zynga

Keynote Monetization and Gamification Best Practices for Online Consumer Products by Zynga

- Venue: Hall B

 

 

16:00

     

Speakers

- Scott Amyx, CEO at Amyx+

Keynote The Rise of New Industries & How to Seize Those Opportunitie by Amyx+

- Venue: Hall A

 

 

Thanks to the increase in digital touch points between consumers and brands across social, mobile and online platforms, optimization in targeting and personalization are accessible to brands and advertisers to achieve their various goals. Data and analytics platforms promise to unlock demographic and behavioral information about the user, while content and ad networks work to optimize spend -- to grow reach and drive conversion. This panel will discuss the best practices and trends in data-driven marketing from data collection to analytics through to driving ROI.

Moderator

- Fawzi Rahal, Managing Director, Beirut at Flat6Labs

Speakers

- Michel Malkoun, Chief Operating Officer at DMS

- Olivier Cohen, Regional Manager, Middle East at Hootsuite

- Walid Hadid, Head of Analytics - UAE at OMD

Panel Data-driven marketing: from data capture to personalization

 

16:15

 

Saudi Arabia is a hot market for mobile games, generating approximately $70M per year in revenues, according to research firm Newzoo. In a post in the ArabNet Quarterly, Amir-Esmaeil Bozorgadeh highlighted that 25% of surveyed Saudi users play 3+ hours of mobile games per day, and 13% of users pay more than 500 SAR per month on such games. While the demand is there, the game development industry has struggled, with just around $6M invested in regional gaming platforms over the past three years, and many companies closing down. This panel hosts leaders in MENA gaming development industry to discuss the state and future of the sector, and the key challenges and opportunities available.  

Moderator

- Fahad Altimsah, Founder at IPlayAwayI

Speakers

- Reine Abbas, Co-founder and Partner at Wixel Studios and Spica Tech

- Tariq Mukhttar, Founder and Organizer of Gamedev Corners Saudi Community at Founder of Happiest Dark Corner

Panel Can the MENA Game Developers Make a Comeback?

- Venue: Hall B

 

 

  

Speakers

- Nadim Khoury, Head of Content and Experiences - UAE at OMD

Interview 4th Interview
16:20

IBM estimates that we produce over 2.5 exabytes (1018) of data everyday, and this is expected to multiply with the data produced by the internet of things. The potential of Big Data is the relationships it can reveal: measuring, analyzing and understanding the interactions that users and machines have across multiple touch points everyday. It’s also estimated that Open Data can directly increase the GDP of a city by 1-4% (based on the level of implementation). Making sense of this volume of data is a major opportunity for enterprises and governments today: it can help identify new opportunities and drive efficiency, and on a city level increase the quality of life for citizens and residents. This panel looks at the potential of the Data Economy, the requirements and challenges of implementing data-driven projects, and the opportunities that will emerge for innovators and entrepreneurs.

Moderator

- Sharif El-Badawi, Partner, 500 Startups at Chairman, TechWadi

Speakers

- Mahboob Alabdulrahman, Deputy General Manager, Saudi Arabia at Dell EMC​

- Mohamed Karime, Digital Regional Commercial Director at GE

Panel The Data Economy

- Venue: Hall A

 

 

 

 

16:30

 

 

 

 

Speakers

- Rabih El Tair, Associate Director - Digital at OMD

Talk Mobile, video, influencer: the trends to watch out for

 

End of Day
Business Transformation Track Hall A Digital Media & Marketing Track Hall B Investment Track Hall C
10:00

The past year has seen tremendous developments in the digital sector. The competition in artificial intelligence has heated up between Cortana, Siri, Alexa, M and Google Assistant; it invaded homes with Echo and Google Home, and enterprises and governments in the forum of IBM’s Watson. There has been a surge in VR technology in hands of consumers, with Samsung’s Gear VR reportedly reaching 1M monthly active users within 6 months of market launch. Meanwhile, streaming continues to replace downloads – whether in music (Tidal, Soundcloud Go) or video (YouTube Red, Vimeo on Demand, and Netflix going global). Live / social video has been a particularly heated battle, from Facebook Live to Periscope to Snapchat, and the giants of social media are all trying to understand the right format and experience for live broadcast. With so much activity in the consumer internet space, this panel gathers leading investors to share their insights on what’s hype and what’s here to stay, and the trends they expect to see in the near future.

Speakers

- Boye Balogun, Managing Director at Future Tech Media

- Saed Nashef, Founding Partner at Sadara Ventures

- Sharif El-Badawi, Partner, 500 Startups at Chairman, TechWadi

- Sumeet Jain, General Partner at LUMA Capital Partners

Panel New Trends and Directions in Technology and Digital

- Venue: Hall A

 

Speakers

- Michael Ward, Managing Director at On Device Research

Research: The Battle for Attention for the On- The-Go, On Demand Generation by On Device Research

- Venue: Hall B

    

Speakers

- Omar Christidis, Founder and CEO at ArabNet

Talk Investment Report (Saudi / GCC)

- Venue: Hall C

10:15

 

Consumers have shifted their attention and time to online and social media, seeking real-time information, and more convenient access to the content, especially on their mobile phones. Around the world, established print publishers are transforming themselves, investing in digital channels, growing their multimedia content, and shoring up their expertise in digital marketing and distribution. This panel explores the strategies that print players are taking to win in an increasingly digital world, including best practices for content creation, distribution and monetization.

Moderator

- Rita Makhoul, Managing editor at Arabnet

Speakers

- Mohammad AlSalaymeh, CEO at DCube

- Moustafa Ismail, Regional Director – Solutions at DMS

Panel Reinventing Print - Strategies for Digital Success

- Venue: Hall B

 

10:20

 

 

According to ArabNet’s Business Intelligence, more than $800M have been invested in regional digital startups between 2013 and 2015, while 2016 has already witnessed over $400M in investments to date. There’s also multi-billion dollars in VC funds ready to be invested in MENA Startups in the next 5 years, with the recent announcement of Mohammad AlAbbar’s $1B fund being the latest and largest. This panel will feature regional VCs discussing the economics and expected ROI of investing in startups in MENA, the challenges and opportunities in fundraising and deal flow generation, and what it will take for MENA to generate more unicorns.

Moderator

- Mazin Alshanbari, Business Development Manager at TakaMol Holding

Speakers

- Christos Mastoras, ‎Founder and Managing Partner at Iliad Partners

- Rakan Al Eidi, Venture Partner, MENA at 500 Startups

- Walid Mansour, Managing Partner at Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP)

Panel Investing in Tech startups today to build tomorrow’s Unicorns

- Venue: Hall C

10:30

 

10:40

   

Speakers

- Jan Moore, Associate Partner - Digital at McKinsey

- Jigar Patel, Partner - Digital at McKinsey

Keynote Digital Middle East: Transforming the region into a leading digital economy by McKinsey

- Venue: Hall A

 

 

10:55

 

    

Speakers

- Rasha Rteil, Head of Innovation & UM Labs, MENA at UM

Talk UM, Proximity Matters, Advocating Location for Brand Success

- Venue: Hall B

 

11:00

   

Moderator

- Mazen AlDarrab, General Manager at QDRAH

Speakers

- Muhammad Arrabi, CEO at eCommerce SEA

- Saleem Hammad, General Manager - Saudi Arabia at Souq.com

Panel The State of eCommerce in MENA

- Venue: Hall A

 

According to ArabNet Business Intelligence, angel networks represent only 13% of active investment sources for MENA startups today. Established networks like Oqal have been in the market long enough to witness the surge in regional interest in startups, while more recent yet aggressively-growing networks like VentureSouq prove that there’s an appetite of high-net-worth and successful individuals to invest in regional startups. This panel delves into the trends witnessed by angel investors, their challenges in building deal flow and growing their investor base, and the successful returns they have witnessed with their investment deals.

Speakers

- Faris Al Rashid, Founder and Chairman at Oqal group

- Sonia Weymuller, Founding Partner at VentureSouq

Panel Engaging Angel Investors

- Venue: Hall C

11:45

  

Coffee Break

 

12:00

12:15

   

Speakers

- Sarah Al Ayed, Co-founder and Partner at TRACCS

Talk Sharing Economy…The Creation of Value, Trust and Responsibility by TRACCS

- Venue: Hall A

Direct traffic to Buzzfeed’s website and apps today represents only 23% of it’s content views, with the rest aggregated across other distribution platforms. Publishers today are increasingly counting content views (across channels) instead of page views, a model that asserts that content as king and that distribution is key. With the proliferation of channels in the content space, it’s important for publishers to identify the ideal distribution mix for their content between social, advertorial, content networks, mobile and array of potential hosts of their content, as well as how to best adapt their content to maximize interaction and conversion. This panel gathers leading media professionals to discuss their best practices for content distribution, and insights on consumer behavior and adoption.

Speakers

- Ashraf AlHassan, Digital Marketing Director at National Agricultural Development Company (NADEC)

- Boye Balogun, Managing Director at Future Tech Media

- May AbuGhazalah, Head of Brand Communication and Reputation Department at ALBAIK

Panel Online Content and Distribution in Today’s Media Landscape

- Venue: Hall B

 

Speakers

- Ahmad El Alfi, Founder and Chairman, Sawari Ventures at Co-founder, Flat6Labs

Keynote by Sawari Ventures

- Venue: Hall C

12:30

 

 

 

12:35

Driven by a generation of connected youth, high mobile penetration and shifting consumers habits, the on-demand services economy is becoming second-nature to everyday citizens across the world, including the Middle East. This opportunity has attracted the internet of some of the region’s biggest investors, with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund investing $3.5B into Uber, and Dubai’s AlAbbar Enterprises launching a $1B fund to invest in sharing economy and on-demand startups. The demand for car-hailing, talent marketplaces, food-delivery and logistics support is evident in the increasing number of players in the space and the active acquisitions that are occuring (Careem acquired Savaree, Taxiii & Enwani; Foodpanda acquired HungerStation, 24h.ae & Talabat). This panel hosts some of MENA’s hottest on-demand leaders to talk about the challenges of building marketplaces, educating consumers, and growing across borders.

Moderator

- Sonia Weymuller, Founding Partner at VentureSouq

Speakers

- Abdulla Elyas, Co-founder at Careem

- Idriss Al Rifai, Founder and CEO at Fetchr

Panel Supporting an On-Demand Economy

- Venue: Hall A

 

Private equity is a well-developed asset class in MENA, with funds like Abraaj and EFG Hermes making large (and often highly profitable) investments across industries such as education, healthcare, and transportation. However, regional tech startups have had little luck attracting growth capital from such investors, who chose to place their capital in more traditional industries. Growth stage startups like Souq.com, Dubizzle and Propertyfinder have instead secured capital from international players Tiger, Naspers, and Vostok Ventures. This panel will explore why PE funds have been reluctant about investing in the region’s startups, and what it will take for them to look more closely at the opportunities in MENA

Moderator

- Sara AlAteeqi, Founder and CEO at 10M

Speakers

- Fahad AlSharekh, Managing Partner at TechInvest Corporation

- Mohammad Hamad Alhajeri, Chief Investment Officer at Impulse International

Panel Private Equity in Technology: Challenges in Regional Growth Capital

- Venue: Hall C

12:55

 

  

Speakers

- Hande Cilingir, Co-founder and CEO at Insider

Talk Driving the Ultimate Customer Experience with Predictive Marketing by Insider

- Venue: Hall B

 

13:05

 

Moderator

- Omar Christidis, Founder and CEO at ArabNet

Speakers

- AbdulRahman Aljadhai, CEO at Elm

Talk CEO Series: ELM

- Venue: Hall A

 

- Venue:

13:15

 

According to research by Teradata, 87 percent of marketers consider data their organization’s most underutilized asset, and 49 percent of respondents feel “significant pressure” to increase data’s role in their current strategy. For brands, making sense of the data they have about consumer behavior across touch points is a major opportunity: the rapid surge in Big Data technologies is allowing for real-time optimization, granular audience targeting, and improved reach and efficiency. This session explores how marketers can harness the power of data to better reach consumers, and tailor their services

Moderator

- Fawzi Rahal, Managing Director, Beirut at Flat6Labs

Speakers

- Fahad Almaghrabi, Head of Digital, Saudi Arabia at Initiative

- John Todary, Regional Commercial Director at Buzzeff

- Stewart Smith, Senior Sales Director at Sojern

Panel Reaching Consumers with Data-Driven Advertising and Marketing

- Venue: Hall B

 

13:25

   

Speakers

- Zafer Younis, Partner at 500 Startups

Keynote Corporate Startup Innovation (CSI) by 500 Startups

- Venue: Hall A

 

 

13:30

 

Panel Print to Online strategies

- Venue: Hall B

13:45

According to Vanson Bourne (Technology Market Research) 85% of businesses surveyed in the UAE and Saudi believe digital startups will be impacting their business in the next three years. In that light, corporate investment in technology startups in MENA has been gaining traction over the past 4 years, with more than a dozen companies investing strategically in new ventures. Models vary: launching dedicated funds or accelerators; investing opportunistically off the balance sheets; investing at an arm’s length as LPs in existing funds; or setting up independent entities to explore new business lines. Through these investments, corporations are looking to stay on top of market trends and capture new opportunities strategically aligned with their core business. This panel will shed light on the corporate investment space, the objectives, varying models, lessons learned, and how all of this drives business growth.

Moderator

- Walla Nahas, Economic development consultant at

Speakers

- Fahad Al Shatti, Vice President Strategic Projects at Agility

- Ivo Detelinov, Senior Portfolio Manager at Riyad Capital

Panel Corporate Investment in Innovation

- Venue: Hall A

  

13:55

 

Speakers

- Ahmed Saad, CEO at Crowd Analyzer

Talk Social Business - Digital Transformation and Employee Advocacy by Hootsuite

- Venue: Hall B

 

14:15

  

Lunch Break
14:30

 

 

 

15:00

 

 

 

15:15

 

Moderator

- Omar Christidis, Founder and CEO at ArabNet

Speakers

- Abdelmalik Al Sheikh, CEO at Sadad

CEO Series: SADAD

- Venue: Hall A

 

  

The Matchup (Invitation Only)

- Venue: Hall C

15:35

Moderator

- Rita Makhoul, Managing editor at Arabnet

Speakers

- Ambareen Musa, Founder and CEO at Souqalmal.com

- Kıvanç Onan, Regional Senior Director – Middle-East and North Africa at PayPal

- Nancy Bassiouny, Vice President, Head of Digital Channels and Innovation - Egypt at Barclays

Panel Financial Technology in Developing Markets

- Venue: Hall A

 

 

16:30

 

Awards Ceremony
End of Day