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Participants

The WCIT 2012 Congress, including the World Tech Jam, is a real-time global conversation that brings together the following participants:

  • ICT senior executives
  • CIOs from a variety of sectors: Healthcare, Education, Transportation, Government, Media, Arts & Culture, Telecom, Financial Services, and Natural Resources & Energy
  • Entrepreneurs and business leaders
  • Policymakers and public servants
  • Members of the academic community
  • Staff and members of associations that are active in major sectors
  • Spokespersons from NGOs
  • Community leaders
  • Civil society
  • Young digital natives
  • ICT senior executives
  • CIOs from a variety of sectors
  • Policymakers and public servants


ICT senior executives

WCIT 2012 represents a unique opportunity for ICT Senior Executives to:

  • Validate their strategic vision and identify opportunities for innovation;
  • Discover how major ITC trends – mobility, interconnectivity, open and big data, collaboration, cloud computing – can enhance the vitality and competitiveness of their company;
  • Meet with major buyers and exchange ideas with their peers in order to identify technological partners who are open to forming alliances.

How to participate:

  1. Register!
  2. Plan your schedule, working from the WCIT 2012 program
  3. Use the B2B platform to organize meetings with peers or ICT buyers.

For more information:

For Senior Executives of companies that provide technological solutions, WCIT 2012 offers a conference that will allow them to validate their organization’s strategic vision by presenting the orientation that is sought after by key players and the most innovative companies.

Innovation and visionary ideas will be at the heart of the presentations on the future of healthcare, education, smart cities, the environment and the media. The speakers will also touch upon major ITC trends – mobility, interconnectivity, open and big data, collaboration, cloud computing – along with their social, political and economic impacts. As a result, decision-makers will be poised to embrace opportunities that enhance the vitality and competitiveness of their companies.

In fact, with speakers like Wim Elfrink, Head of Globalization at Cisco, and Bernard Charlès, President and Chief Executive Officer of Dassault Systèmes, the Congress aims to inspire CEOs and promote discussions among peers. Toward this end, the B2B event of WCIT 2012 will enable Senior Executives to meet with major buyers and identify technological partners who are open to forming alliances.


Chief Information/Technology Officers

WCIT 2012 represents a unique opportunity for CIOs/CTOs to:

  • Acquire a long-term vision of the strategic orientation that must be embraced in order to ensure the competitiveness of their organization;
  • Discover technological trends that will enable their organization to tackle the challenges of accessibility, security, efficiency and profitability;
  • Exchange ideas with their peers in order to identify solutions that will contribute to optimizing the performance of their organization.

How to participate:

  1. Register!
  2. Plan your schedule, working from the WCIT 2012 program
  3. Use the B2B platform to organize meetings.

For more information

WCIT 2012 offers to CIOs/CTOs a conference that will help them clarify the orientation that must be embraced in order to ensure the longevity of their organization. The future of healthcare, education, smart cities, the environment, the media, and the topic of innovation will be discussed along with solutions that take into consideration the technological perspectives as well as the organizational dynamics.

ICT solutions and major trends – mobility, interconnectivity, open and big data, collaboration, cloud computing – will be at the heart of the presentations, but the speakers will also touch upon issues related to accessibility, security, efficiency and profitability within a context of rapidly evolving organizational needs.

Finally, WCIT 2012 will expose realistic scenarios and organizational cases. In fact, with speakers such as Kim Stevenson and Mike Wolfe, both of whom are CIOs (Intel and AMD respectively), the Congress aims to promote discussions among peers so that they can validate their strategic orientation and identify solutions that will contribute to optimizing the performance of their organizations.


Senior Government officials

WCIT 2012 represents a unique opportunity for senior government officials to:

  • Acquire a long-term vision related to the use of IT within the dynamic of providing public services;
  • Discover which technological avenues to follow in order to overcome the challenges associated with the management of public affairs;
  • Collect ideas that promote competitiveness and economic development at the national level;
  • Promote their country on the international stage through discussions among peers.

How to participate:

  1. Register!
  2. Plan your schedule, working from the WCIT 2012 program
  3. Use the B2B platform to organize meetings with peers.

For more information

WCIT 2012 offers to senior government officials a conference that will focus on innovations and provide them with a long-term vision related to the use of IT in the context of providing public services.

Major technological trends – mobility, interconnectivity, open and big data, collaboration, cloud computing – will be at the heart of the presentations on the future of healthcare, education, smart cities, the environment, the media, and the topic of innovation. The speakers will also touch upon the social, economic and political impacts of IT in order to enlighten participants with respect to which avenues to follow to overcome the challenges associated with the management of public affairs.

WCIT 2012 is an ideal venue for promoting a country on the international scene. During the Forum of ICT Ministers, the Honourable Christian Paradis, Canadian Minister of Industry, will discuss innovation and national competitiveness with his Indian counterpart, the Honourable Shri Kapil Sibal, among others. This important panel will be moderated by Dr. Thomas Stelzer, United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Policy Coordination and Inter-Agency Affairs for DESA. Senior government officials will have an opportunity to collect ideas that can be taken into consideration in the conception and planning of solutions aimed at stimulating economic development.