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The Deputy Minister will share the government’s vision for Digital Cyprus

In an era where technology is the mainstay of economic and social development, Cyprus is positioning itself as a formidable player on the global stage, with ambitions to become the next global tech and innovation hub. At the forefront of this monumental push, the Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy, Nicodemos Damianou, will share his insights and the government's visionary policies at the 2nd Cyprus: The New Global Tech and Innovation Hub Summit. His speech will focus on Cyprus's strategic roadmap towards harnessing the power of research, scientific excellence, innovation, technological development, and entrepreneurship.

A Visionary Summit for a Digital Future

This summit represents a gathering of minds, innovators, and leaders from across the globe, coming together to explore the potential of Cyprus as a burgeoning hub for technology and innovation. It's an opportunity to showcase the island nation's strategic initiatives, investment opportunities, and the government's unwavering commitment to fostering an environment where technology and innovation can flourish.

Digital Cyprus: A Blueprint for Transformation

Deputy Minister Damianou’s speech is expected to delve into the comprehensive strategies and policies that underpin the government's ambitious vision for Digital Cyprus. This vision encompasses a broad spectrum of initiatives aimed at accelerating digital transformation across the public and private sectors, thereby creating a more efficient, inclusive, and dynamic economy.

Strategic Collaborations and Technological Advancements

A highlight of the government's efforts includes the significant partnership with Microsoft, marking a major leap towards digitalising the public sector. This €8 million agreement facilitates the provision of Microsoft 365 licenses and a suite of tools aimed at improving public services and enhancing digital skills among public sector workers​​.

Moreover, Cyprus is positioning itself at the forefront of artificial intelligence (AI) innovation. The Deputy Minister’s office has outlined a series of measures and incentives to spur AI development, reflecting the island's dedication to adopting cutting-edge technologies for societal and economic benefit​.

Join Us

We invite tech companies and innovators globally to join us at the 2nd Cyprus: The New Global Tech and Innovation Hub Summit that will take place on April 25-26 at the luxurious Parklane Resort and Spa in Limassol, Cyprus.

The event presents a special chance to explore why Cyprus is quickly becoming the top choice relocation destination for ICT companies globally. With its strategic positioning, thriving business atmosphere, and supportive infrastructure, Cyprus provides unmatched opportunities for companies at all stages of growth.

International participation

Attendance at the Cyprus Tech & Innovation Hub Summit is by invitation. Click here to submit your registration and interest to attend this prestigious event. All registration applications are subject to approval by the Organiser and will be reviewed on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Attendance at the event will depend on availability of spaces and fulfilment of the target audience profile criteria.

For any queries and/or further information you might need, contact us via email at .

Local participation

This is a closed event where companies/ executives with offices in Cyprus can attend only as Sponsors/ Supporters.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact:

Christopher Constantinou at 22505565 or via email at


Organiser: IMH

Knowledge Partner: Invest Cyprus

Strategic Telecom Partner: Cyta Business

Innovation Partner: Research & Innovation Foundation

Ecosystem Partner: TechIsland

Gold Sponsors: Bank of Cyprus, KPMG Cyprus

Silver Sponsors: Energame, Pafilia

Supporters: IMR, Island Private School

Official Media Sponsors: Cyprus Business News, Gold magazine, IFC Media, IN Business magazine

Contact number: 22 505 555

Email address:


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