Pakistan Property Show returns to Dubai

The 2017 Pakistan Property Show was also held at the Dubai World Trade Centre
Updated 10 September 2018
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Pakistan Property Show returns to Dubai

Pakistani property portal Zameen.com is set to take the country’s real estate market international again with the latest edition of its Pakistan Property Show in Dubai. 

Zameen.com has organized 14 property expos across Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad and Dubai to date. The latest event is scheduled to be held at Za’abeel Hall 5 of the Dubai World Trade Centre on Sept. 14-15, and marks the second time Zameen.com will organize the show at this venue. 

Last year’s event saw over 14,000 overseas Pakistanis flock to the Dubai World Trade Centre to interact with over 50 exhibitors from across Pakistan showcasing their projects and services at the event.

The 2017 show was inaugurated by Dubai Land Department Director General Sultan Butti bin Mejren, while Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UAE Moazzam Ahmad Khan and Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Jamal Al-Qasimi of the ruling family of Sharjah also visited the event. 

This year, the event will host more than 60 exhibitors from all over Pakistan. The show will feature projects and exhibitors from Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar, Multan, Gujranwala, Faisalabad and Gwadar, among others, so overseas Pakistanis from all regions of the country will be able to find something that interests them. 

The event’s top sponsors include Eighteen and Green Earth Real Estate.


STC Solutions, Cisco Meraki to drive digital transformation

The MoU between Cisco Meraki and STC Solutions was signed at GITEX Technology Week.
Updated 18 November 2018
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STC Solutions, Cisco Meraki to drive digital transformation

At GITEX Technology Week, Cisco Meraki and STC Solutions signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to drive wireless technology adoption and fuel economic growth in line with Saudi Vision 2030’s digital transformation objectives. The MoU states the two companies plan to work together and develop innovative wireless managed services for the Saudi market, intended to make it easier and more economical for customers to start their digital journeys. 

Recognizing the need for sophisticated digital infrastructure, Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 plan foresees increasing the availability and quality of digital connectivity. 

“STC and Cisco Meraki are dedicated to this mission, and will work together to help enable Saudi organizations to quickly deploy simplified wireless solutions with immediate business impacts,” the companies said in a press release.

Saudi organizations of all sizes and verticals are adopting Wi-Fi services for their existing and new business locations. More than half of Saudi private enterprises have Wi-Fi in their head office, as well as in remote branches. There is also increasing investment in wireless solutions in tourism, hospitality, transportation and other sectors. Cisco Meraki, with its focus on simplicity and easy management through a centralized dashboard, will provide STC customers with unmatched visibility and control over their infrastructure.

“STC constantly delivers the latest in managed services with an innovative approach to servicing our clients across all business sectors. We have a long-term relationship with our strategic partner Cisco, and we look forward to enhancing this partnership through adopting world-class solutions that will help our clients to accelerate their digital transformation journey. With the variety of networking and router management solutions that STC provides, the new managed services solution will complement STC’s current portfolio,” said Hatem Al-Kadi, vice president of managed services at STC.

“We are incredibly excited to work with STC to help drive digital transformation in the region. Cisco Meraki is a perfect match for STC and its customers, providing a secure, easy-to-use wireless experience. We look forward to working with STC to transform the digital footprint of Saudi businesses,” said Salman Faqeeh, managing director — Saudi Arabia, Cisco.

STC Solutions is part of Saudi Telecom Company’s ongoing commitment to transform itself into a leading regional ICT player. STCS is accelerating STC’s enterprise segment growth strategy through providing a wide range of ICT services beyond the traditional Telco offerings. 

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