Thiruvananthapuram, March 18 (IANS) A 20-member delegation of Kerala’s information technology (IT) entrepreneurs and officials is taking part in the ongoing CeBIT exposition in Germany.
“The appetite for services remains high in the European region which is an opportunity for Kerala-based small and medium enterprises (SMEs),” said R. Ajith Kumar, chief executive officer of Cyberpark-Kozhikode and the head of the delegation, from Hanover in Germany.
“Also, repeated participation in CeBIT, over the years, has enhanced the profile of the state as an IT destination. The two would enable our companies tap into the market with ease,” he added.
CeBIT is one of the largest and most internationally represented computer industry expositions. It is held every year in Hanover in Germany. This year’s event started on Monday and concludes on Friday.
The delegation is the 10th of its kind organised by the Kerala government and Group of Technology Companies (GTech), as a part of Global IT Connect, an initiative to promote SMEs from the IT sector in global markets.