Middle East DNS Forum 2016

The Middle East DNS Forum will be the place to meet and network with the industry’s key players. Participants from ICANN, ISOC, Registries, Registrars, Registrants, ccTLDs, New gTLD Applicants, service providers, brand owners, legal firms, and anyone who has an interest in the DNS industry is expected to attend the event in an aim to build bridges between interested parties in the region and world’s experts in the field; share experiences and best practices; inform the audience of what is taking place in the domain name industry at a global level, and of emerging business opportunities.
The third edition of the forum will build upon the two previous forums in Dubai, UAE and later in Amman, Jordan. The end target of having such an annual forum is to spread the message around and introduce interested parties to the key players in the industry, thus leading to a stronger domain name industry in the region.
Target Audience
The forum is open to anyone interested in issues pertaining to the domain name industry and the business opportunities it can provide, and engage/network with key players and experts in the field. Target audience includes ccTLD and gTLD Registries and Registrars/Resellers, Registrants, DNS Experts, gTLD Applicants, Regional TLD Organizations, brand owners, IT and Internet businesses, legal and IP firms, amongst others.

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Khaled Koubaa

Khaled Koubaa

Khaled is the Founder of the Arab World Internet Institute. He previously worked as Head of Government Relations and Public Policy MENA at Google. As an independent consultant he worked for the non-profit and government sectors in the Middle East Africa region