Strategically supporting nations that aim to promote and realize the digital economy incentives.

Digital Economy Strategy and Policy Initiatives

Digital Economy is a strategic milestone in a nation’s upbringing for the modern era. Therefore, it is absolutely key to establish drivers, incentives, criteria, promotions and programs that will be run through the legislators in order to become nationwide executable policies. IDCA can help nations define strategic initiatives that foster growth and prosperity, as well as safeguard national security.

Digital Economy Roadmap Development

IDCA can aid nations in rendering short-term, mid-term and long-term plans of orientation, establishment, development and growth of digital economies. Creating effective roadmaps that serve as a nation’s blue print for digital economy phases of development and growth, with defined challenges, solutions, criteria, incentives, allocation of all resources inclusive of capital, and steps for generation of employment, wealth, amenity, and security for citizens of each nation is IDCA’s doctrine.

Digital Human Capital Development

A digital economy can only realize and sustain itself via competent and adequate human capital. Many nations suffer from skilled human capital deficit either due to their best human capital have traveled abroad for better opportunities or lack of necessary education and skill training to develop the required human-power, or both. IDCA’s presence helps not only to attract talented nationals back to their home countries, but also train and develop the necessary human resources to support digital economy businesses and startups nationwide.

Digital Economy Government Partnerships

IDCA partners with governments around the world in order to help administrations formulate, define, elect, design, establish, execute, monitor and optimize their digital economy initiatives. To this end, IDCA forms joint taskforce with the governments of each country to merge the local needs and requirements of each terrain with the latest developments and technology requirements internationally. Additionally, IDCA provides strategic advice and mentorship to nations to define key differentiators and establish presence on the global stage and entice international investment. Moreover, IDCA aids in paving the way for policy-making and helps nations establish nationalized education system and standardizations for the Application Ecosystem (AE), which is inclusive of cloud, data centers, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), big data, cryptography, machine learning, information technology, etc., as preliminary steps for a thriving digital economy.

Digital Infrastructure Planning

It is always the question of what infrastructure is required to launch a successful digital economy campaign. What sort of telecommunication backbones, what types of data centers, how to devise sustainable public and private clouds, where, how, etc. IDCA helps nations devise and plan complete digital infrastructure backbones that are necessary and adequate to support the incoming investments, human capital, resiliencies and capacities required for its sustainability and growth.

Digital Economy Financing

IDCA helps nations facilitate the digital economy development and prosperity through budgeting mechanism within government bodies as well as financing options available for given opportunities. There is abundance of financing options both locally as well as internationally available at IDCA venues that can be brought forward for digital economy initiatives sponsored by nominated nations. These initiatives will involve meetings with officials at highest offices in each country, workshop and discussions with policy-makers, intense discussions and planning with ministries and relevant authorities as well as conducting national workshops and planning with both local and international investors. IDCA partners with national assemblies and governments to conduct the above and cater strategic digital economy blue prints for eager nations.

Digital Hubs Development

IDCA can help nations, states and municipalities devise and create special purpose digital zones dedicated to the digital trade, digital innovation, digital infrastructure and digital economy finance. Digital innovation zones, coupled with robust digital infrastructure, digital trade and finance facilities are the cradle for digital economy evolution, expansion and sustainability.

Digital Economy Lobby & International Exchange

Every digital economy requires market orientation, penetration, and presentence. IDCA can lobby for emerging digital economy initiatives on the global stage to promote a nation’s digital economy drivers, incentives and offerings as well as facilitate international exchange of ideas, resources and capacities.

Technology Youth Development

Creating an effective roadmap for developing and sustaining a robust digital economy requires the long terms planning for strategic youth development programs within the technology sector. Developing the vision, creativity and skill necessary to advance and maintain a lucrative digital economy entails putting in effect detailed, masterminded and well defined development programs for the youth from K12 all the way through college degree programs as well as professional education programs. These programs must involve freshmen job scoping and cultivation policies, youth internship programs, workshops, tours, and more.

Workforce Nationalization

Nationalizing local workforce is a key element in digital transformation and evolution of digital economies. Today, outsourcing technology talents in many countries is the norm simply because the local workforce is either not as versed on the merits of technology as the imported workforce. IDCA aims to help nations develop their own local human capital by equipping them with the right policies, incentives, education, knowhow and skills that are required to not only secure high-tech positions but also compete with available international workforce locally and abroad.

Women Empowerment

Women, have not inherited their share, but proven that they can fulfil their 50% of the economic workforce productivity, if not more. The vivid imbalance of female presence in the world’s largest industry and involvement of this gender in the economic evolutions caused by the digital transformation is not feasible nor acceptable. The lack of mass presence of women in areas of feasibility, engineering, design, development, management and operation of digital economy infrastructure platforms such as data centers, cloud, telecommunication, etc. is an industry gap that IDCA addresses firmly and with concrete resolutions.