Dubai: With over 55 exhibitors, India is emerging as one of the most prominent exhibiting countries at GITEX Dubai 2009. Speaking at a Press Conference, Mr. Sooraj Dhawan, official spokesperson for the Indian delegation and Director, Falcon Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd., shared information on the Indian companies who are exhibiting at 29th Gitex Technology Week being held in Dubai from 18-22 October 2009.
Gitex is the biggest ICT exposition in the Middle East and amongst the Top 3 ICT Exhibitions in the world. With over 3000 exhibitors and 125000 Trade Buyers from all over the world, GITEX is the biggest converging point for global IT suppliers and Technology buyers in Asia. ICT spending in Gulf states (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar) is expected to exceed US$ 10.10 billion by 2010.
In addition to Indian companies, various Indian states will be wooing overseas investors for attracting Inward investments. Kerala, home to three state-of-the-art facilities known as Infopark, Technopark and Cyberpark will offer unique investment opportunities like Land (undeveloped, semi developed, fully developed), finished built space as well as Public Private Partnership (PPP) opportunities to prospective global investors into India. The state of Orissa is also exhibiting their Investments options.
India participation at GITEX 2009 is strongly supported by the Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council of India (ESC), who is emerging as the leading Indian organisation for promotion of Technology exports from India.
Kerala IT News