Central Asian Digital Economy Forum
According to the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI), every second inhabitant of the Earth is connected to the Internet and in the next 20 years up to 50% of the world’s business operations can be automated. This shows that the digital revolution is inevitable, through changing the established way of life around the world and offering digital dividends, economic opportunities unavailable to the traditional economy.
The Central Asian region is taking the first steps to adapt to digital global trends. The Digital Central Asia will emerge with a change in the existing vector of the ICT development.
The Central Asian Digital Economy Forum aims to create an opportunity for coordinating efforts of the business sector and the expert community of the region for harnessing the full capacity of digital technologies in and the introduction of advanced technologies to business.
The forum will become one of the tools to overcome geographical, economic and other barriers to the digital transformation of business.
The Forum’s objectives are:
The first CADEF will be held on September 26-27, 2019. For more detailed information please visit the event’s website.
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