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Numerous Esteemed Commercial Partners Confirmed for Upcoming MENA Innovation 2019

Muscat, Oman – WEBWIRE

With only weeks to go before MENA Innovation 2019 is due to commence in Muscat, Oman, the organizers, Brains Global, are pleased to confirm the attendance of more than 50 corporate partners representing the international education and information and communications technology (ICT) products and services sectors, respectively.
The MENA Innovation high-level Forum is designed to be the staging area for the foundation of new commercial partnerships between global corporate enterprises; relationships that will be built upon a mutual appreciation for both the challenges and opportunities that a rapidly digitizing global economy presents the Sultanate of Oman and the many nations that comprise the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Confirmed global corporate partners include the University of Cambridge, Education Development Trust, self-learning platform, British education technology firm A*Star Education, leading cloud computing software companies Blackboard and Panworld Education, global multimedia education publishers York Press, McGraw-Hill, Britannica Digital Learning and Wiley, internet-connected devices manufacturers JP-Inspiring Knowledge, Lenovo and ACER, imaging and optimal technology manufacturers Canon and Epson, wireless network access infrastructure provider Ruckus and several more world-renowned education and ICT-oriented enterprises. In addition, many more best-in-class ‘ed-tech’ solution providers such as Classera, Matific, Smart Technologies and Crick Software will be in attendance.
The Forum is also to be attended by esteemed commercial partners from across Oman, including Omantel, the event’s internet-service provider and flagship Digital Services Partner, as well as Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), a key sponsor of MENA Innovation 2019’s ‘Young Innovators’ special session, serving as the ‘Young Innovators Partner’.
By participating within ‘MENA Innovation 2019’, representatives and delegations from these private organizations will have unprecedented, intimate access to the dozens of policy-making attendees emanating from many of the region’s education, higher education and ICT Ministries.

Indeed MENA Innovation 2019 will be operating under the patronage of the Omani Government, designed to provide corporate partners with the opportunity to showcase their respective firms’ innovative products, services and other potential solutions to their peers in industry and government.
Scott Smith, Vice President of Global Business Development at online mathematics teaching provider Matific, commented that, “…the pre-scheduled meetings format of the Forum is a model with demonstrated success on a tactical region on region and indeed global scale, year on year. By convening hundreds of enthusiastic and truly invested members of industry, government and civil society, MENA Innovation 2019 will undoubtedly generate transferable models for the public-private partnerships (PPP) of the future, those that will protect Oman and other MENA nations from the downside risks of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.”
Note to Editors
MENA Innovation will take place from the 15th-17th of September 2019 at the five-star Kempinski Hotel & Resort, located in the Sultanate capital of Muscat’s vibrant Al Mouj Muscat Waterfront Development.
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