CMAI in association with IKBPF is planning to hold an international conference on 9th October 2012 at 3.30PM to 5.00 PM at KINTEX, during Korea Electronic Show. The event is being supported by the largest electronic association of Korea - The Korea Electronic Association and also Indo-Korea Business Forum, Seoul. The conference is expected to attract large number of businessmen and entrepreneur from all over Korea and abroad.
Mr N K Goyal President of CMAI and Prof. Lakhvinder Singh President of Indo-Korea Business and Policy Forum will be making the lead presentations during the conference.
CMAI is a National ICT, Multimedia, Electronic and Telecom Association in India with 56 International MoU partners and over 100,000 Direct and Indirect members based out all over India. Association has database of 400,000 entities operating in India with five International Offices and Six Regional offices with Head Quarters at New Delhi. CMAI MoU partners in Korea include KEA, KAIT, NIA, KICA, KICCA, KOVA KITA, IKBPF. CMAI has been organizing the largest delegation from India to Korea Electronic Show since the past four years with delegates representing Ministry of Commerce, Education, Telecom, Information Technology to name a few. Details at www.cmai.asia, www.cmaievents.com
The conference is open to public. The participation is complimentary. The content rich presentations and Q&A sessions would be most informative and the give-aways would be a treasure of information benefitting your move to Doing Business with India. Mr. Goyal, President CMAI and Chairman Emeritus TEMA would be personally handling the entire Q&A and would also make a brief presentation.
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