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‘What Should India Mean for Your UK Technology Business?’

Joint Cambridge Wireless and UKTI Offer free Event

Cambridge, UK. 18 February 2010. Cambridge Wireless is delighted, in partnership with UKTI, to be able to present an unmissable one-day event. With specialist experts in place and confirmed speakers that include an economic minister from the High Commission of India this forum is set to provide your organisation with the necessary information to tap into one of the world’s fastest growing economies. This full day event will take place at the Møller Centre in Cambridge on 18 March 2010, from 9:30am to 15:30pm. The event guarantees a packed agenda, with ample resources, networking and invaluable information for those looking to break into this market.

 

With a healthy expanding economy combined with a massive demand for electronics, telecoms and software expertise, Indian businesses are out now searching for new and innovative ways to satisfy this demand. All of which means that this could be the time to tap into a market that has both short and long term possibilities for your organisation.

 

This full day event will provide access to some practical information to help your organisation start-up and once established maintain your position within this market.

 

Was Rahman, Advisor – Global ICT Industry & SIG Champion says, “Short term or long term opportunities are just waiting to be tapped into in this ever growing economy. This event offers unique access to expert advice combined with excellent opportunities to network”.

 

For more information about this event, please visit the Cambridge Wireless webpage via the following link:

http://www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/events/article/default.aspx?objid=37675

 

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Notes to Editors:

About Cambridge Wireless

Cambridge Wireless is a leading and vibrant wireless community with a rapidly expanding network of companies interested in the application of wireless technologies. In addition to VIP networking activities and business development support, we run a number of Special Interest Groups focussed on specific technology and/or market areas, providing opportunities for member organisations to meet, form partnerships and exploit opportunities for new business. Cambridge Wireless has a number of partnerships with like-minded organisations around the world, and we endeavour to keep members fully up to date with the latest developments, and assist in exploring new business opportunities with local and international companies. For more information, please visit our website: www.cambridgewireless.co.uk

 

About UK Trade and Investment

UK Trade & Investment can help you rise to the exciting opportunities and challenges that globalisation offers. We work with UK-based businesses to ensure their success in international markets. We also encourage the best overseas companies to look to the UK as their global partner of choice. For further information please visit: http://www.uktradeinvest.gov.uk/

 

For Cambridge Wireless please contact:

Natalie Childs,

Marketing and Events Coordinator,

Cambridge Wireless

Tel: +44 1223 422 366

Email: natalie.childs[at]cambridgewireless[dot]co.uk

www.cambridgewireless.co.uk

 

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