Dubai, United Arab Emirates – 17th November, 2017 – All heads have to work together towards a common goal when a smooth and coherent transition is required for any cause. This is exactly what EdEx MENA does for the region by bringing together decision makers from institutional leadership, regulatory authorities, investors and solution providers for the improvement of private education. EdEx 2017 is scheduled for November 19 – 21, at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre, Dubai UAE.
The agenda for EdEx involves building a dynamic regional private education ecosystem for improved global competitiveness across emerging economies. Bringing the expectation of the higher education to par for improved input in academic and human development as well as for national and regional economic and social needs.
Liz Mercuri, an Educational Evangelist from Unity Technologies – an established name in VR driven ventures – will be joining Munfarid Consulting to speak at the conference. An active member of the game development community, Liz Mercuri is avidly involved in initiatives to empower and promote the game development talent. Special focus will be on the potential of immersive Virtual Reality Technology in education facilitating the development of creative competencies of developers– providing deeper insight and learning in areas of interest with the help of VR games and applications.
Join EdEx to meet Munfarid and Unity Teams in person. Exchange ideas and learn more about VR technology.
Hajra Khan is a former marketing professional and currently an article writer/ blogger. Writing has always been a passion with her and she has now been penning down her work for over 5 years for corporate sector. Hajra has a keen interest in the development of academic world as well as constructive growth of technological and corporate sector. She is of the opinion that both these sectors possess potential for huge progress via the use of innovative technologies such as Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence. Hajra is determined to make her contributions in the development of these sectors through her research, writing and recommendations.