Cebit India Roadshow Promotes Software Industry

Published: 06th November 2014 06:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th November 2014 06:06 AM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: CeBIT India, the international IT/ICT event organised by Hannover Milano Fairs India  Pvt Ltd (HMFI), the Indian subsidiary of the Global JV Company HMG (Hannover Milano Global), hosted the CeBIT India roadshow in  Kochi, in association with STPI (Software Technology Parks of India), an autonomous society under Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, with a focus on promoting the software industry in the country.

The CeBIT India Roadshow was attended by more than 50 STPI members. As a part of the recently announced CeBIT India - STPI partnership, 100 STPI members will get an  opportunity to showcase themselves in the STPI pavillion, at the premier international platform of CeBIT India, scheduled to be held in Bangalore from November 12 to November 14, 2014. The members will also benefit from a series of exclusive mentoring sessions focused on the MSME vertical in India, providing them an opportunity to interact with industry stalwarts as well as key players in the Indian IT/ICT ecosystem.

Asserting on the need to stimulate the SME/MSME sector, Mehul Lanvers-Shah, managing director, Hannover Fairs India Pvt Ltd, said that MSMEs, credited with generating the highest rate of employment after agriculture, account for around 45 per cent of the total manufacturing output of India.

And it is time to bring this sector into the limelight and truly transform the country’s manufacturing industry in consonance with the ‘Make in India’ mantra. CeBIT India is an ideal platform to recognise the tremendous potential of Indian MSMEs, and activate exciting opportunities in electronics and software ecosystem from all across the globe.

 Our roadshows are aimed at encouraging STPI members to experience the first ever CeBIT India, gain insights regarding new technologies, discover new buyers, and exchange ideas with industry leaders.

CeBIT India is a platform for promoting  small and medium scale enterprises and providing them with global exposure, said Omkar Rai, director-general, STPI.


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