Awards Profile

The Middle East Municipalities and Smart Cities Excellence Award aims to recognize, promote and support innovative solutions or strategies that can potentially change citizen's lives by increasing efficiency, generating business and improving quality of life.

This award merits exceptional municipalities and its officials who have brought recognition to their respective constituency, community and country through their achievements. The award recognizes pioneering projects that aim to make cities more liveable, sustainable and economically viable by honoring best practices and models in the smart cities concept. The objective is to foster the development of future cities enhancing quality of life, innovation, competitiveness and efficient management.

The award facilitates those municipalities who not only excel in their chosen fields locally but even prove themselves to be globally competitive and are a critical link between communities. It appreciates their commitment and collective contribution in continuously striving to become a globally competitive municipality, with effective governance, values-oriented and empowered citizens living in a balanced, secured & safe community.

It symbolizes the achievements of a developmental municipality that is committed to working with citizens and groups within the community, while excelling to meet global standards and to be globally competitive.

Objective

The Awards aims to recognize, promote and support innovative solutions or strategies that can potentially change citizen's lives by increasing efficiency, generating business and improving quality of life. The award recognizes pioneering projects that aim to make cities more liveable, sustainable and economically viable by honoring best practices and models in the smart cities concept.

Category

The Awards categories are specifically formulated to honor the path-breaking leaders in various fields of government and business organizations for their outstanding contribution towards the development of regional competitiveness. Read more