To boost the economy, India’s government announced in August 2020 that it is investing $1.46 trillion in about 7,000 infrastructure projects, most of which will require cutting-edge technologies.
Attracting 11,532 visitors comprising decision-makers and serious buyers in 2019, InfoComm India is well-known amongst the business community as a platform where they can find the tech solutions they need.
Boost your brand reputation and thought leadership position in the Summit, the comprehensive learning segment of InfoComm India where visitors are educated and inspired by industry experts like yourself.
Multiply your impact via the InfoComm India 2021 GoVIRTUAL platform, which engages visitors online before, during and after the InfoComm India in-person event via product showcases, and interactive demos, webinars and networking opportunities.
Connect to decision-makers from Southeast Asia and the world, comprising AV and IT channel professionals and vertical market institutional end-users from every industry.
Boost your brand awareness and credibility in the Summit, the comprehensive learning portion of InfoComm Southeast Asia where visitors are educated and inspired by industry experts like yourself.
Multiply your impact via the GoVIRTUAL platform, which engages industry users and specifiers online before, during and after the InfoComm Southeast Asia event via product showcases, live streaming, webinars and networking opportunities.
Leverage the visitorship and synergies from NIXT, a new event co-located with InfoComm Southeast Asia which aims to meet the demand for emerging technologies in the region.
With the second-largest population in the world, India’s 1.35 billion people have a median population age of 28 which underscores its economic growth potential.
India’s government is investing US$1.46 trillion in about 7,000 infrastructure projects to boost its economy, which represents numerous business opportunities.
COVID-19 has propelled the use of contactless digital technology across India and created the foundation of a new mechanism for the delivery of goods and governance, setting the stage for further digital innovation amongst industries and businesses.
Global investors continue to have confidence in India’s economy, with big-name investors like Facebook putting in a US$5.7 billion investment in Reliance Jio to create a “superapp” connecting India’s 400 million WhatsApp users and the country’s 60 million small and medium-sized businesses.
Hailing from a diversity of industries and backgrounds, they came in droves from all over the region and went away inspired. Find out more about our visitors and how you might be able to meet their business needs.
Next Integrated Experience Technology or NIXT is one of the first platforms in the world to bring together next-generation innovators in technologies including AI, IoT, Robotics, XR, 5G and Cloud, to meet with vertical market institutional end-users, systems integrators and supply chain players along the entire eco-system.
Find out why InfoComm India is the business growth platform for you.
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