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India boosts GITEX with 20 exhibitors



An estimated 20 companies from India are participating in this year’s Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX) holding at the World Trade Center (WTC) in Dubai, United Arab Emirate, reports ITRealms.

Head of delegation and chief executive officer of TechnoPark, Mr. KG Girish Babu told ITRealms that the Indian delegation comprises app developers and companies operating within the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) space in India.

He also said that what stood the park out among others is that it has lowest start-up costs and unmatched infrastructure, thereby offering a perfect state for nurturing ideas due mainly to its location in Kerala.

Equally he said that at Kerala, reputed for offering affordable start-up costs and world-class infrastructure, thus making it the India’s first and largest IT park.

“Not to mention a proactive government pursuing various novel e-initiatives,” he said.
Babu further said that TechnoPark has been rated as the first, greenest and largest park of its kind for blooming of ideas.

TechnoPark, he said, boasts of a massive 760 acres of land with 9.3 million square feet of completed built-up space and 3.5 million square feet space where work is currently in progress.

At the park, Babu said, potential investor and entrepreneurs would be joining the likes of Infosys, UST Global, TCS, Allianz Cornhill, Oracle, IBS Software, ITC Infotech, Tata Elxsi, RR Donnelly, Quest Global, Ernst & Young and Speridian Technologies and Zoondia among others.


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