Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala IT pavilion is getting an excellent response at the world's biggest information and communications technology event - CeBIT 2013 - being held in Hanover, according to an IT official.
In a release issued here Saturday, IT principal secretary P.H. Kurian, leading the Kerala delegation, said CeBIT has been a great success: "We are receiving positive reviews from people visiting our pavilion and from the meetings we are having. We expect to see some fruitful investment into our IT parks. The incubated companies are having a great run, showcasing their products and services and are hopeful of bringing in some relevant business as a result of participating at CeBIT 2013," said Kurian.
Over 20 delegates from Kerala IT (comprising of Technopark and Infopark companies and start-up companies) are participating at the event.
The five-day event, billed as the biggest ICT event in the world, began March 5. Companies from around the world are showcasing their products and services here.
"CeBIT is the biggest forum for smaller companies to get in direct touch with present and potential clients, so they can expand their business horizon in the global market by showcasing their capabilities," said Technopark CEO Girish Babu.
CeBIT brings together leading professionals in the ICT sector, so it is also a platform for the expansion of marketing networks.