28th Convergence India and 6th Smart Cities India Expo from 24 March at Pragati Maidan
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | March 17, 2021 | News
Convergence India Smart Cities India Expo Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
Exhibitions India Group (EIG) and the India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) have announced that the 28th Convergence India technology and infrastructure and 6th Smart Cities India 2021 expo and conference will be hosted from 24 to 26 March 2021 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
The event will see participation from Piaggio Vehicles, Mazars, State Bank of India, Hyundai Motor India and LG Electronics India, among others.
The Expo and Conference will deliberate on path-breaking initiatives and encourage sustainable solutions for India’s socio-economic growth, informed an official statement. The stated vision is to Build a Digital & Smart India.
Besides networking in person, topics to be discussed include Digital Transformation, Intelligent Home Automation, innovations in the FinTech space, Smart Mobility, Road Safety, Environment Protection, Clean & Healthy India, Cloud Computing and Emerging Trends & Technologies in the Digital Arena.
Puneet Anand, AVP & Group Head, Corporate Affairs, Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL), said, “We are pleased to associate as ‘Road Safety’ partner with India’s leading technology and infrastructure expo. Under our global brand vision, ‘Progress for Humanity’, HMIL is committed to create amicable ecosystem to realize dreams of mankind and construct future role models that can drive social change. ‘Safe Move’– Road safety initiative is aimed to enhance awareness and understanding of road safety rules to bring significant behavioural change among masses, thereby envisaging the creation of institutions that have a widespread impact on future generations towards importance of road safety.”
Chandrika Behl, Managing Director, Exhibitions India Group, said, “Our forum is committed to being a catalyst in India’s inevitable growth story, and promoting smart and sustainable choices as leading priorities in modern India. We have curated a platform for leaders from across industries to inspire and share best practices. We are optimistic about India’s future as a knowledge leader on the global stage, and on the path to achieving that, we look forward to enduring, synergetic relationships with our esteemed partners.”
The exhibition will see participation from Piaggio Vehicles, Mazars, State Bank of India, Hyundai Motor India and LG Electronics India, among others.