Telangana and MAIT to host IT Asia next month in Hyderabad

The event offers networking, sales and marketing opportunities for the domestic and international ICT players

GN Bureau | August 6, 2015


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IT Asia 2015 will be held in Hyderabad from September, 25, 26 and 27, 2015 at the Hitex Exhibition Center. This is being organized by MAIT, an apex body representing India’s IT hardware, training and R&D services sector in association with Telangana government.

IT Asia 2015 is one of the India’s leading platforms and provides end to end solutions to the technology fraternity and one-to-one interaction opportunities with key business associates.

It not only showcases innovations and technologies to help electronics and ICT community, it also allows networking of businesses and professionals in the industry.

It will offer plenty of networking, sales and marketing opportunities for the domestic and international ICT players and the investor community.

The announcement of the event was made today in the presence of Jayesh Ranjan, Secretary, IT & C, government of Telangana and Anwar Shirpurwala, executive director, MAIT. Also present at the event were dignitaries from the ICT industry from across the country.

 “We are actively looking at engaging with companies from IT Hardware including bio-medical devices, electronics, cellular communications, FAB into our state through IT Asia 2015,” Ranjan said.

 “The government of India has approved IT investment region for Hyderabad as well as two electronic manufacturing clusters. The large health industry in Telangana will support bio-medical devices and medical electronics. I wish the event all the success,” he said.

“We are excited about partnering with the Government of Telangana and bringing IT Asia 2015 to Hyderabad. Keeping in mind the ‘Make in India’ dream, we at MAIT focus on encouraging entrepreneurship within the ICT Industry to boost local manufacturing in India. A lot of companies worldwide have shown interest in setting up ICT manufacturing facilities Telengana. This event will further boost that initiative,” Shirpurwala of MAIT said.

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