NASSCOM EMERGEOUT Conclave Fifth Edition, Delhi, focuses on Internet and Mobile, the emerging game changers for SMEs

By Team YS|24th Jul 2010
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The program agenda for the NASSCOM EMERGEOUT Conclave, Fifth Edition at New Delhi, on 25 August 2010 is neatly divided into two prominent emerging paradigms for the new Indian economy -- Internet in the prelunch session and mobile in the postlunch session, together with a mix of EMERGE 50 presentations, unconference on Partner Exchange Programme to facilitate competency cocreation among member and nonmember companies, and a workshop on funding strategies for SMEs.The EMERGE 50 winners have already been announced. The task now zeroes down to identifying the top 10 among the 50 companies. This listing is a definitive list of emerging companies from India that hold the promise of making it to the big league. The EMERGE 50 companies are spread across Growth, Markets, Products, Services, and Start-ups segments. The start-up segment has been added this year following a robust reception to last year's listing. Presentations by these companies would be one of the highlights of the EMERGEOUT Conclave.

Another highlight of the conclave is AppFAME, the showcase of top 10 mobile apps. The registration closes on 5 August 2010. If you are interested, register here. The selected apps will be showcased at the conclave and that is a sure way to reach out to a host of big and small under the same roof. If your apps hits the right deck, then the opportunity for your app to reach the big stage is enormous.

Vinay Goel, Product Head, Google, is the keynote speaker. The keynote focuses on the future of Internet and the emerging trends in India in the near future. Vinay is expected to dole out six predictions about the future of search in India. Foretelling is not new to technology -- the Moore's law is well known. If Google has to say something about future, should we not be all ears? Of course, their vision of end user compatibility makes the keynote all the more interesting.

This conclave, close on the heels of the Chennai conclave that focused on the Indian market opportunities, promises to render threadbare the world of Internet and mobile in India. Who's who of Internet, mobile, and apps in India will converge under one roof to take you through the day. Needless to say, if you want to make the most of it, be there!

Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy, chief evangelist, YourStory

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