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India Digital Summit from Jan 17, will focus on trillion dollar economy by 2022

New Delhi, Jan 11 (UNI) The 12th India Digital Summit 2018, the first mega event of 2018 in the internet and digital space, will start on January 7, 2018 which will focus on trillion dollar economy by 2022.
As per the announcement made by the event organiser “Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI)”, the summit would be attended by several high-profile government officials and industry stalwarts.
IAMAI said, “With an impressive list of national and international speakers lined-up for the two-day mega event, the Summit this year will set the tone and agenda for the industry for the rest of the year as these speakers and approximately 1600 delegates deliberate and network on the future of the industry which is now at an inflection point.”
Executives of leading agencies and digital experts from FMCG and BFSI brands, as well as Payment Regulators, will also be participating in this summit. The discussions during the two-day mega Conference will focus on the roadmap to achieve the trillion dollar digital economy by 2022.
The Summit will offer a common platform to academia, industry, policy-makers, users and analysts to interact with each other and clearly define objectives to be achieved by the year 2022.
IAMAI’s annual Summit has gained increasing acceptance over the years because of the engaging discussions it fosters in relation to the developments happening on the global arena. The digital world associates this event with being one of the largest annual gatherings for business leaders, industry veterans & marketers in the digital and affiliated space.
The Summit will also discuss about projects of national importance in the field of e-governance, IT-based employment, and government’s digital thrust. Spread across eight separate tracks, the Summit is expecting a footfall of more than 1600 delegates from Senior and Mid-level management. The delegates are from diversified industry backgrounds such as Cloud, E-commerce, Travel, Mobile & Internet, as well as Technology.
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