Gulf Globe View
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.

January 23-27, 2022

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  January 23-27, 2022.

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