‘SLC- Dubai 2014’ will serve as a platform for local, regional, and international government representatives – including the delegation from Dubai Municipality - company executives, technology investors, and business accelerators to tackle emerging opportunities to further encourage the development of smart cities. Dubai Municipality, in particular, will highlight its current and future programs to attain high quality of life and sustainable economic development in the emirate. The municipality will also discuss its initiatives to create strong human capital and advanced information and communications technology infrastructure in the city.
Masood Al Awar, CEO, TASWEEK Real Estate Development and Marketing, said: “It is an honor that Dubai Municipality will be able to join us in the upcoming ‘Smart Living City (SLC) – Dubai 2014.’ The event will give the municipality an opportunity to share its inputs on smart living and its strategic urban development initiatives geared towards becoming a smart city. We are confident that the participants from different parts of the world will draw valuable insights from Dubai Municipality’
Aside from high-level representatives from government and private sectors, ‘Smart Living City – Dubai 2014’ will also gather renowned experts on smart cities. The biannual event that takes place in Dubai, San Francisco, and Singapore will showcase smart products and services, advanced technologies, latest innovations, and other smart initiatives.
‘Smart Living City – Dubai 2014’ is organized by TASWEEK, a provider of comprehensive real estate development solutions for the UAE and the broader Middle East that leverages over 20 years of extensive experience in valuations, design, and real estate marketing across the UAE, and Inside Investor, a Hong Kong–based technology investment firm with offices in Dubai, Manila, and San Francisco. The two-day event will be a platform for startup owners, technology investors, business accelerators, and representatives from public and private organizations to share their perspectives on current urban issues and potential solutions. For more information, please visit www.smartlivingcity.com and www.incept.co.