ArabNet Riyadh kicks off in a few days at Burj Rafal Hotel Kempinski from Dec 11-13th.
The exclusive event will bring together over 1800 leaders and decision makers from around the world to discuss the latest in digital trends in the region and across the world.
If you haven’t registered yet, here are 5 reasons why you should attend this year’s ArabNet Riyadh conference:
1. Embrace Digital Transformation
Dive into the digitization of government, smart cities, and education with experts in the field as well as government, the private sector, and startup stakeholders, who will share insights, best practices, and upcoming plans for building an innovation and knowledge economy in KSA.
2. Network with the Largest Gathering of Investors
The most active international and regional investors such as HOF Capital and Alrajhi Investment will be at ArabNet Riyadh where you will have the opportunity to connect and network with them. Moreover, the Innovation and Investment Forum will feature a dedicated track focusing on the investment landscape and improving the ecosystem as well as access to LPs and growth capital.
3. Learn How Digital Brands Are Evolving
Find out how big brands, such as GM and Mayar Food, as well as media platforms, such as Twitter, and publishers and agencies are adapting to the new platforms that are transforming consumer habits on mobile and web; what are the key trends that define the region; how media distribution is changing and how data is driving advertising technology in the Adtech Forum.
4. Keep Up with the Latest Banking & Innovation Trends
Keep up with the latest trends in banking with regional and international digital banking experts and get insight on mobile payments, big data, the future of payments and more. Moreover, request an invitation to attend the Banking Innovation Workshop which will feature two hands-on workshops covering blockchain, as well as the best practices in lead generation and CRM.
5. Biggest players in e-commerce
This year’s Digital Commerce Forum at ArabNet Riyadh will host some of MENA’s latest and leading e-commerce platforms and players, such as Noon and Souq.com, who will highlight the latest trends in online and mobile commerce in the Kingdom and the region.