Capacity Conferences

Middle East 2016


2017 dates announced: 7 – 9 March, Dubai



Thank you to all our sponsors, speakers and delegates for joining the largest Capacity Middle East yet, which was attended by 1363 senior-level executives from 445 companies, representing 72 countries. We hope you benefited from the informative conference sessions, networking opportunities and hosted functions. With year on year growth, Capacity Middle East remains the region’s largest and most prestigious annual wholesale telecoms event.

Make sure to add the Capacity Middle East 2017 dates to your diary now.

Capacity Middle East 2017
7 - 9 March 2017
The Grand Hyatt, Dubai

See who attended in 2016 >>>

Capacity Middle East 2016 highlights included:

Larger audience
Capacity Middle East hosted 1363 attendees from 445 companies and 72 countries. With the entire industry represented, we welcomed not only welcome wholesale carriers but cloud companies, data centres, OTTs, content companies, CDNs, analysts, vendors and regulators too. 

C-level conference & hosted workshop

Our senior-level conference and new hosted workshop addressed the critical market trends shaping the industry. Topics included investment opportunities in Iran and generating new revenues through enterprises. See the 2016 conference agenda

Even more networking opportunities
This year we provided attendees with even more opportunities to meet face-to-face with key contacts by introducing, 79 exhibition booths, 74 meeting rooms and 50 meeting tables along with 20+ hours of exciting networking functions and a brand new live-chat service added to our online meeting app, MeetMe.

MeetMe online meeting planner and app (MeetMe still live)
Over 11,000 meetings requested in 2016! Attendees were able to view the entire delegate list, prepare and build their full event schedule and contact other delegates instantly using the brand new live-chat service, added to the MeetMe app. Find out more about MeetMe 








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