Kerala Delegation to Showcase the IT Sector of the State at CeBIT 2014

Kerala is one state in the country which has aptly adapted and revolutionized the IT boom that has happened over the past few years, which has impacted us both economically and socially on a positive note. With 11% of National IT human resources being contributed from Kerala, both Govt and Private Sectors have been targeting Kerala as the hub for all its  concentric intellectual resource and man power. Efforts on this front can be seen by the setup and expansion of existing IT parks in the state and the interest of Private conglomerates establishing their presence in Kerala.


Taking this leap forward to greater lengths, an elite delegation representing Kerala’s IT Industry, consisting of Infopark CEO Hrishikesh Nair, Technopark CEO Girish Babu, Cyberpark CEO Ajithkumar and Kerala State Information Technology Infrastructure Ltd (KSITIL) Managing Director S Ramnath, will take part in CeBIT India 2014 in Bangalore from November 12 to 14, aiming to attract more IT investments into the State.


CeBIT, the world’s leading Business IT and ICT (Information and Communication Technology) event, which would be taking place in Bangalore this November, offers a unique combination of services and benefits that will leverage the strengths of the Indian IT and ITEs market. With its Central Theme this year as – New Perspectives in IT Business, it is an international platform for generating new business opportunities, networking and knowledge transfer as well as a content generation platform for global media on the latest technologies coming out of India which will impact International markets.


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The Kerala delegation will make a detailed presentation on the major ongoing and envisaged projects of the three IT parks. The team will also highlight factors such as cost-effectiveness and the availability of large talent pool that give Kerala an edge over other States as an emerging IT hub in India.

As the event focuses on showcasing a range of innovative products, including the latest technologies developed in India that have the potential to make an impact in the international market, the event will provide a major platform for IT and Telecom startups from the state to display their products and ideas to an elite crowd of technocrats and business minds of the world.


Kerala is the State Partner of CeBIT India 2014 and had earlier participated in the event’s Hanover and Australian editions.