Dubai: Professional Communication Corporation (Nedaa), the exclusive secure network provider for the Government of Dubai, has announced that Dubai has won its bid to host next year’s Critical Communications World (CCW), the leading global conference and exhibition for the critical communications sector. Dubai was chosen as the host city after being selected as the outstanding candidate in a highly competitive bidding field that included renowned cities and business hubs from around the world.
Serving the sector for over 20 years, CCW unites mission-critical and business-critical end-users with manufacturers and suppliers, providing a unique global network hub for attendees to take inspiration, enhance knowledge, and build connections.
The highly anticipated event will be held from May 14–16, 2024, at Dubai World Trade Centre, with Nedaa playing an instrumental role as the host operator in collaboration with Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism (DET). Previously held in Madrid, Vienna, and most recently Helsinki in recent years, CCW will be staged during a period of sustained growth for the industry regionally.
Mr. Mansoor Bu Osaiba, Chief Executive Officer, Nedaa, commented that “we are proud and privileged to be involved with CCW, an internationally acclaimed event that has endured as an influential enabler for critical communications sector advancement. Having been held in various locations around the world over an extended period, we are thrilled that CCW is making its way to the Middle East, where SMEs, industry leaders, and governments alike continue breaking new barriers in the world of communications.”