CeBIT, Sydney 2013- Kerala pavalion attracts NSW business and Political leaders

Eldhose Varghese, Mr PH Kurian IAS, IT Secretary, Govt of Kerala and Mr Vasudevan Sr Manager, Technopark, Kerala

Kerala is the only state from India took keen interest in promoting its potential as an IT Outsourcing destination from India. Kerala the most socially advanced state in India. It is the first state in India with 100% literacy rate.

Kerala has the biggest IT park in India and presently almost 85000 people work for the IT sector in Kerala. Kerala has one of the best Internet connectivity and one of the best bandwidth availability in India.

Some of the other attractions of Kerala include

  • Its attrition rate is one among the lowest in India- less than 5%
  • Most e-literate state of the republic of India
  • 50000 Engineering graduates available for job every year
  • Good health care and tourism facilities
  • Pleasant climate
  • Highest human development Index among Indian states.

NSW state of Australia’s Premier (Similar role of Chief Minister in India) Mr. Barry O’Farrell visited Kerala IT pavilion. He was impressed about Kerala and

hoped that the trade between Kerala and Australia will grow in the coming years.

IT Secretary of the state of Kerala Mr. PH Kurian IAS, CEO of Technopark Mr.Girish Babu and Sr.BDM Technopark Mr. Vasudevan are leading the delegation from Kerala.

Companies participated in the Kerala pavilion include Zesty Beanz, Arackal Digital, Webture, Attinad, Techrista, Confianz,Technocruz, Enfin, Suyati, Exalt, SE-mentor. Experion, Saturn, IIC Web Solutions, Orisys, Kreara, Mirox Cyber Security, Light logics. Many of these companies are having their own products.

WebGarden being a Kerala based web Development Company proud to see these delegates from Kerala in Sydney. It was refreshing to see young entrepreneurs from Kerala and some of their innovative products and solutions offering.

If you plan to start a development centre in India we recommend Kerala as a potential destination.

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