Gaptek at the international exposition AidEx 2018 in Brussels
AidEx is an exhibition that is the largest of its kind in the world, with private meeting areas, training programs, networking receptions and a dedicated awards program that recognizes people and innovations that inspire future generations.
AidEx is carried out every year since 2011, where the collective objective is to provide concrete results by connecting those who can help the most vulnerable countries of the world. Each year, more than 2,500 representatives of the humanitarian aid and development community from more than 60 countries attend an AidEx event. Attendees come from UN agencies, the EU, Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, local and international NGOs, the government and the private sector.
The theme of 2018 is: Revolution in the digital era: safeguarding a future for all. How can technology contribute to a positive social impact?
GAPTEK will be present and eager to share its new and innovative solutions to all members of the exhibition. We will be launching the new Gaptek solution, the F-50 module, designed to meet the needs of social development around the world.
Be sure to visit us at STAND F42!
If you want to know more about the event: https://www.aid-expo.com/brussels-event
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