National Pavilion


National Pavilions provide a range of valuable networking, visibility, media and public relations benefits enabling you to achieve a multitude of key objectives:

  • Position your country for investment
  • Showcase growth and opportunities in your region
  • Gain insight and knowledge from expert advice & investment workshops
  • Secure investment and partnership through targeted networking
  • Share best practices to strengthen and define national ICT development
  • Showcase regional technologies, innovation and young entrepreneurship
  • Rally support for ICT-related challenges and initiatives driving socio-economic development
  • Establish onsite delegation or ministerial base for negotiations and high-level meetings
  • Host exclusive hospitality and targeted networking functions
  • Participate in interactive Forum sessions and networking events at ITU Telecom World 2014 (number of access passes dependent on showfloor space rental)

National Pavilions are available as raw space or as turnkey solutions:

Raw space

Customized solution through the standbuilder of your choice. Minimum size 50m2

Turnkey solution

Comprising space, construction, furnishing, set-up and dismantling, to minimize effort and reduce expenses.

Size options: 50m2 and 100m2

Both size options include a reception area, a demo area with showcase pods, utility services, internet connection, lighting, carpeting, fascia with pavilion name, number and entity logo/country emblem, a single-sided hanging banner and daily cleaning.

The 100m2 turnkey layout also includes a lounge area, a hospitality area, and a meeting room in boardroom style.

Benefits of National Pavilions National Pavilion Guidelines National Pavilions 2013 Download the Event Brochure See What They Say

50m2 turnkey pavilion


100m2 turnkey pavilion

100m2 pavillion

Turnkey graphic is for illustrative purposes only and subject to change

“The biggest benefits is in terms of networking, partnerships, this is the place where the industry, the leaders, the political leaders, ministers, regulators, investors all come to meet here and see how we can strike win-win relationships. It’s also a great platform for learning, we get to learn a lot of things, new technologies coming up, new opportunities showing up everywhere in the world. It’s a platform we have decided we will never miss.”


Hon. Jean Philbert Nsengimana, Minister of Youth & ICT Rwanda

“There are many reasons why we are at World 2013: to be aware of what is happening around the world; the conversations going on right now are really important for us as we take ICTs forward; to hear what other countries are doing, to learn from that; to validate what we are doing; to showcase our country with a pavilion, with our young IT innovators; and to tell other countries that it is a great place to invest, with many investment opportunities.”


Hon. Omobola Johnson, Minister of Communications Technology, Nigeria

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    Thomas Magedanz, Head of NGN Division
    Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS

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    Jacquelynn Ruff, Vice-President, International Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs
    Verizon Communications

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    Jean-Pierre Biename, Chairman
    UMTS Forum

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    Suresh Sidhu, Chief Corporate and Operations Officer
    Celcom Axiata

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    Kelly Ahuja, SVP Wireless Technology
    Cisco Systems