Partner with Kerala IT for National & International events


Tvm: In an effort to promote IT / ITeS firms based in Kerala, the IT Department, Government of Kerala is inviting participation from firms interested to join ‘Kerala IT’ for National and International IT / ITeS events. Registrations are now open for the IndiaSoft at Pune and CeBIT at Hannover, Germany in March 2011.

According to Binu Pazhoor, CEO, Cyberpark, “The main objective of this program is to promote small to mid sized firms operating from within the State to enhance their business opportunities and increasing the visibility of their products and services by joining hands with Kerala IT. If there are a good number of firms who are showing interest to participate in a National or International event, they might have an opportunity to partner with Kerala IT to participate for the same.”

As per the scheme, in the event of Kerala IT finding it useful and in line with its objective, Kerala IT will pay for the event registration and for the space. Kerala IT will also pay for the basic stall setup. However, the participating firms will have to pay for their own travel arrangements. They will also have to pay for any marketing collaterals that they would wish to display at the event on behalf of their company. The Department hopes that this would become a platform which will be used as a centralised database for Clients and Investors from around the Globe when they are looking for products and services and potential partnership.

IndiaSoft 2011 is scheduled for March 25 & 26, 2011 at Pune while the CeBIT 2011 will be organised at Hannover, Germany from March 1-5, 2011 at Hannover, Germany. The last date for registration for these events is November 30, 2010. Interested companies can also register for the CeBIT 2011 to be held in Sydney, Australia during May 31 – June 02, 2011 for which the last date for registration is December 31, 2010.

The registration form for firms from Kerala to partner with Kerala IT is available on the IT Department, Technopark and Infopark websites.

Anil Philip
Kerala IT News


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