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Digital Transformation Business Mission to the GCC
The International Trade Administration (ITA) is currently recruiting U.S. technology firms to participate in a trade mission to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar, with optional stop in the UAE.

October 21 & 24-28, 2021

Gulf Digital Mission

Mission Summary

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s ITA is leading a Digital Transformation Business Development Mission to the GCC countries of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar from October 24-28, 2021, with an optional stop in the UAE on October 21, 2021.

The purpose of this trade mission is to introduce U.S. technology firms to rapidly growing opportunities across the GCC. 

Which U.S. Firms Should Join:
-Infrastructure Security (energy, transportation, and government networks);
-Artificial Intelligence (smart cities, infrastructure management, and government services);
-Cloud Computing (infrastructure, storage & security management, and data services); and
-Application Software (enterprise software, and internet-based solutions).

Deliverables for U.S. Firms:
-Tailored one-to-one business meetings with pre-screened potential buyers, agents, distributors, and joint venture partners;
-Meetings with national and regional government officials, Chambers of Commerce, and business groups;
-VIP networking receptions for participants with business associations and their member companies expanding across the Gulf; and
-Meetings with government authorities to discuss and advance procurement opportunities, projects, policies, regulations, tariff rates, and incentives.

Contact Us

Ludwika Alvarez
Global Growth Lead for Tech Firms & Startups
U.S. Commercial Service, San Francisco, California
Tatyana Aguirre
Commercial Consul
U.S. Commercial Service, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia