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MECOM opens in Abu Dhabi

MECOM features dedicated conferences for vertical industries and telecoms leaders

The Middle East Communications (MECOM) exhibition and conference opened today in Abu Dhabi. The three day event, which is focused on communications for enterprises, features over 200 exhibiting companies and expanded conference opportunities.

The show, which runs until 27th May at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) includes the Telecoms Leaders Summit, which brings together the region’s telecoms decision makers and regulators.

Ed Malkoun, group exhibition director for organisers IIR Exhibitions commented: “MECOM provides a timely opportunity to check the pulse of the Middle East communications industry. Participants want to know what’s happening regionally and how international trends are unfolding across the regional telecoms landscape.”

The event will also include a series of Communications in Enterprise forums that will cover specific industry sectors including manufacturing, oil and gas, healthcare to travel and hospitality, and their unique ICT requirements.

“Participants in these dedicated forums will gain valuable market intelligence and be better informed in their decision-making to source next generation of communications solutions for their own industry sector,” said Malkoun.

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