The 2015 edition of CeBIT India will focus on Digital Economy

|December 3, 2014 0
Will be held in Bangalore from October 28-30, 2015

BANGALORE, INDIA: The 2015 edition of CeBIT India will focus on Digital Economy and the digital transformation that is rapidly affecting all the facets of the economy and society, said Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd. It will be held in Bangalore from October 28-30, 2015.

Mehul Lanvers-Shah, Managing Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt. Ltd. said, “CeBIT India will continue to strengthen and stay relevant to the ever changing info-communications technology industry. Next year promises to present yet another landmark ICT platform, unveiling how ICT can shape and influence businesses across the world.”

The premier Business IT and ICT show forayed into India this year with a  theme of  ”New Perspectives in IT Business”, and was held in Bangalore from November 12-14. The event saw participation from 600 brands, 418 exhibitors and 9311 industry professionals and visitors from across the globe congregating under a single-roof to showcase the latest innovations and share knowledge and strategies for succeeding in the IT/ITeS industry.



About 80 experts speakers from diverse sectors were invited to speak on modern technology and its impact on their operations in the CeBIT Glocal Conference sessions, focused on a wide range of topics including ERP & data analysis, IT infrastructure and data services, ECM, web and mobile solutions, IT hardware and peripherals.

For a country that has rung out the ‘Make in India’ mantra, CeBIT India this year proved to be an ideal platform to tap the potential of MSMEs and explore opportunities in the global electronics and software ecosystem. The +91 Startup Challenge conducted in association with Infosys provided a platform to the start-ups showcase their talent at an international platform. The Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), in association with CeBIT India and brought 127 MSMEs from 19 States and showcased them at the at STPI’s ‘Make in India’ Pavillion at the show.

It served as a launch pad for many technology innovations and software products as well.

Andreas Gruchow, Member of the Board, Deutsche Messe AG said, ”CeBIT India 2014 has been a great start for many more and bigger CeBIT editions in India in years to come. We are excited to see the transformation in Information Technology and India being in the forefront of this transformation. With CeBIT in India, we hope to see more Indian companies in the global scene.”

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