Application Deadline Extended to Promote Inclusivity and Global Innovation
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, September 27, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO) has announced an extension of the submission deadline for the Digital Prosperity Awards. The awards have generated significant attention and interest from the global digital community, including government entities, private sector organizations and civil society groups. This interest led to an extension of the application deadline, providing more entities with the opportunity to participate.
In August, the DCO launched the entry process for the Digital Prosperity Awards, inviting participation from public sector, private sector and civil society organizations from around the world. These awards aim to recognize outstanding digital contributions that drive progress and prosperity, with a particular focus on advancing the digital economy, a critical enabler of sustainable growth globally.
To date, the awards have received nominations from various corners of the world, including countries such as Chile, Costa Rica, Malawi, Senegal, and much more, demonstrating the international dynamic behind this initiative. The awards also received substantial support from ministers and representatives of DCO member states. In response to this broad interest, the Digital Cooperation Organization has decided to extend the application deadline until October 31st.
Highlighting the extent of government support, HE Dr. Ghita MezzourMinister of Digital Transition and Administrative Reform, Moroccocommented: “In Morocco, we consider digital technology as an accelerator of socio-economic development. The Digital Prosperity Awards provide an excellent platform to showcase pioneering innovations and enable startups to connect with customers and investors globally.
Rwanda Minister of ICT and Innovation, the honorable Mrs. Paula Ingabiréadded: “We are greatly encouraged by Rwanda active participation in the Digital Prosperity Awards. These awards are a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase our innovations and for our startups to connect with potential customers and investors from around the world. I encourage all our innovators to submit their projects before the nomination deadline.
Among the distinguished panelists who will judge the award are Daniel Marcsenior advisor on digital innovation to the government of Catalonia, Spain; Nasir Akhtar, President and CEO of InfoTech Group; and Hani AlGhofaily, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Digital Economy Center of Saudi Arabia.
To learn more about the award categories and the nomination process and submit or nominate a project, please visit the official Digital Prosperity Awards website at www.DigitalProsperityAwards.com
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