Federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication, Syed Amin Ul Haque, made a significant impact at the GITEX Global Exhibition in Morocco, marking a momentous occasion for Pakistan’s IT industry. The global exhibition, renowned for its focus on information technology, commenced on May 31 and will run until June 2. With over 400 tech companies and international delegations in attendance, the event serves as a platform for technological innovation and collaboration.
Under the leadership of Syed Amin Ul Haque, a delegation comprising Member IT Javed Imam, Chairman PASHA Zohaib Khan, and other esteemed IT experts joined the prestigious event. This year’s GITEX exhibition boasts a remarkable presence from Pakistan, with 14 companies, 10 startups, and more than 200 IT professionals showcasing their capabilities. Syed Amin Ul Haque inaugurated the Pakistani pavilion, symbolizing the nation’s commitment to technological advancement, and engaged in fruitful discussions with delegates from various countries.
Furthermore, Shoaib Ahmad Siddiqui, the Federal Secretary of IT, held bilateral talks with Dima Al-Elih, the Director-General of Digital Cooperation, to explore mutual cooperation opportunities. Syed Amin Ul Haque also seized the chance to meet with Colin Hu, the President of Huawei’s Enterprise Business Group, and paid a visit to the Huawei Pavilion, gaining insights into the latest industry trends. Another significant encounter took place between Syed Amin Ul Haque and Saeed Al-Ghurair, the Vice President of the Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, as they discussed potential investment prospects in Pakistan.
The Pakistani pavilion had the honor of welcoming Aziz Rabbah, the former Minister of IT and Transport of Morocco, who recognized the accomplishments of Pakistan’s IT industry. Additionally, Syed Amin Ul Haque held a productive meeting with Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, Nigeria, solidifying bilateral ties in the field of information technology. Throughout these interactions, discussions centered on groundbreaking initiatives in Pakistan’s IT sector and the challenges faced globally.
Highlighting the unique importance of Pakistan’s IT experts, Syed Amin Ul Haque emphasized their expertise in time zones and proficiency in the English language and accent. The world is increasingly recognizing the exceptional skills and contributions of Pakistani youth in the realm of information technology. With this acknowledgment, Pakistan is poised to forge ahead in the digital landscape, fostering collaboration and driving innovation on a global scale.