Present in 82 countries, WITSA members are leaders in a globally interconnected marketplace. Established in 1978, our members have worked together to achieve a shared vision on important issues of common interest. Throughout the world, they have identified common issues and priorities, exchanged valuable information, and presented a united position on industry issues. All of these exchanges would not have been possible without the World Congress on Information Technology - WCIT being held; offering small, medium, and large companies/associations a platform to achieve success through strategic networking, B2B interactions, and multilateral trade platforms.
By collaborating with advances in the IT world, the WCIT plays an important role in socio-economic development in participating countries and regions, offering trade opportunities and expansion of exports. Our commitment expands to facilitate global networking and help you create business relationships on a global level, as well as the opportunity to participate in a global forum and gain the knowledge and experience to grow your business.
WCIT is a globally respected institution. Becoming a sponsor entitles you to receive the “Seal of WITSA”, which strengths business, promotes services, exposes brands and products, and allows you the fortitude of empowerment through networking. Every investment made in the event is reciprocated in the form of credibility and business strength. Please consider taking advantage of our sponsorship opportunities and become a part of this remarkable global event.
CONFERENCE AND AUDIENCE
Lectures and thought provoking panels discuss the role of market leading companies in the globalization of access to products and information technology services. The sector can be considered a powerful social development tool capable of offering access to a new generation of citizens, more participatory, trained and integrated into the global socio-political arena. The Congress will address how the market can contribute to the improvement of the quality of life for the population through the dissemination of information content and serve as a basis for new research and advances in areas such as education, transport, health, environment, technology and others. Driven by the main theme - "Challenges and Opportunities of the Digital Age" - CEOs, academics, research institution leaders, and product developers and services innovators will spearhead the discussions which will culminate in a “Charter Brasilia”, which will be offered to global authorities with recommendations and as a starting point for a broad discussion between stakerholders on the how ICT markets can play a central role in achieving human development goals.