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Consulate roadshow on Bengaluru Globalsoft

Consulate roadshow on Bengaluru Globalsoft
November 02
06:27 2017

Ms Neeta Bhushan (center) with Consul OP Meena (first from left) Prasad Garapati Chairman, Electronics and Software Export Promotion Council and Nalin Kohli, Chairman, Indiasoft – Globalsoft Committee

CHICAGO: The Chicago Indian Consulate, in collaboration with Electronics & Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC), organized a presentation and discussion session on “Globalsoft” on October 25 at the Consulate premises.

Nalin Kohli, Chairman, Indiasoft – Globalsoft Committee and Past Chairman Electronics and Software Export Promotion Council, Prasad Garapati, Chairman, Electronics and Software Export Promotion Council and D.K. Sareen, Executive Director of ESC joined the session from India. The event was attended by over 100 IT professionals from Chicagoland and US-Midwest.

Consul Commerce O.P.Meena welcomed the guests and introduced the representatives of the Council. Ms. Neeta Bhushan, the Consul General, delivered the keynote address wherein she highlighted major aspects of Indian economy and insights on Consulate’s efforts towards promotion of trade and commerce between India and USA in general and US-Midwest in particular. She also made special mention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of “New India.”

She pointed out that FDI has set new records with the introduction of Goods and Services Tax which has simplified compliance issues and removed multiple taxes. She reiterated that demonetization has helped the Indian economy and provided an edge to the Digital landscape of India.

In their presentation Nalin Kohli and D.K.Sareen spoke about the IT opportunities in India and that India has the world’s third largest start-up eco-system. Programs like Digital India, Start-up India, Skill India, Smart City launched by the Government of India offer enormous business opportunities for the Global Technology Companies.

Globalsoft 2018 is being organised on January 24-25 in Bengaluru, Silicon Valley of India as an exhibitor to explore and tap the limitless opportunities. It would give an opportunity to connect with key government officials in several important Indian States for various projects, including e-governance, cyber security, smart cities, energy, defense and homeland security etc.

It would foster strategic alliances, joint ventures, marketing tie-ups, re-sellers for the products and services.

Surendra Ullal

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