Committed to promoting India Inc, the 6th Smart Cities India expo and 28th Convergence India is all set to revive growth and unlock business opportunities for all industry stakeholders. Scheduled from 24th to 26th March 2021 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
March 10, 2021. By News Bureau
Committed to promoting India Inc, the 6th Smart Cities India expo and 28th Convergence India is all set to revive growth and unlock business opportunities for all industry stakeholders. Scheduled from 24th to 26th March 2021 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, the international trade fair aims to accelerate nation-building initiatives with India’s largest technology and infrastructure expo.
The expo is being organized by Exhibitions India Group (EIG) and the India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO).
The Smart Cities India expo is a platform that has been actively driving India’s infrastructure revolution. Convergence India, on the other hand, holds the baton to spearhead India’s digital revolution. The union of these two leading expos to support India’s Digital and Smart Cities Mission, the event will focus on key areas, including Innovative urban planning practices, Green buildings, Solar energy, Logistics, Clean Environment, Water, Telecom and Broadcast, OTT, Satcom, IoT, FinTech, Blockchain, Cyber Security, AI, Big Data and Analytics, Embedded Technology and Digital Gaming, Integrated Command Control Centres (ICCCs), e-Governance, Communication systems, Data storage and Management, Digital Twin, alongside others. The broader goal is to optimize resources to make India smarter, more sustainable and self-reliant.
Going into 2021-22, the expo comes at an ideal time to resume networking, and demonstrate a show of strength and optimism. The previous expo, held in 2019, witnessed a massive turnout, with 45 Participating Countries, 1,025 Participants, 45,000 sqm Exhibit Area, 77 Conference Sessions, 475 Speakers, 3,325 Delegates, and 37,685 Visitors. Given its impressive track record, the 2021 edition is poised to attract a large turnout of qualified visitors and delegates from across industries, including government departments and private organizations.
The expo organizers are channelizing all efforts to ensure the delivery of a successful expo to put the industry back on the path of growth. The well-being of the exhibitors, buyers, partners and all stakeholders will be the topmost priority, as all regulations and SOPs will be strictly adhered to in order to ensure the safety of all participants.
Resonating a tone of optimism and enthusiasm for trade & commerce in India, Chandrika Behl, Managing Director, Exhibitions India Group, said, “this year’s expo holds considerable significance for the industry and our nation at large. Throughout the New Normal, we have witnessed an ever-increasing integration of technologies into people’s day-to-day lives. Going forward, cutting-edge digital technologies will permeate all aspects of life, and in turn build the New India that is fast emerging as a leader on the global stage. As we organize the latest edition of the expo, we believe that this forum will catalyse ongoing market developments and make our nation a force to reckon with.”