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B'luru Tech Summit 2023 an 'unprecedented success': K’taka Minister Priyank Kharge
B'luru Tech Summit 2023 an 'unprecedented success': K’taka Minister Priyank Kharge

Bengaluru, Dec 2 : Karnataka Minister for Information Technology and Biotechnology, Priyank Kharge, said that the three-day Bengaluru Tech Summit 2023, held at the Bangalore Palace, concluded with unprecedented and resounding success, breaking new ground in the realm of technology and innovation.

Speaking to mediapersons, Kharge added that theBengaluru Tech Summit 2023 has been a global standout, with participants from 45 countries, 83 sessions and insights from 401 speakers.

The event themed "Breaking Boundaries: Innovations from India, Impact for the World", featured 553 exhibitors and 258 startups across various fields, facilitating connections through 427 physical B2B meetings and 1981 virtual connect sessions.

With a strong attendance of 8, 606 business professionals and 18, 592 registered business visitors, the summit also recorded an impressive 50, 000 expo footfall, the Minister said.

Noteworthy contributions came from countries like Australia, Denmark, South Korea and Japan in the Global Innovation Alliance (GIA) expo as well as major academic institutions like Amity University and industry leaders like Infosys, Biocon, Microsoft Startup etc., Kharge added.

At the Bengaluru Tech Summit, the Karnataka government unveiled a revised policy for biotechnology and a new Animation, Visual Effects, Gaming, Comics and Extended Reality (AVGC-XR) policy to drive economic development in these sectors.

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