Continuing its trend to hold its annual expo every alternative year, the Uttarakhand IT Association (UITTA) is all set to conduct its 'IT Vision 2013' from December 14 to 16 at Parade Ground, Dehradun.
The fest will be inaugurated by Dinesh Jain, minister of state for IT, Govt of Uttrakhand.
The expo aims to showcase wide variety of products to end customers, who otherwise get little chance to see latest technologies. Moreover, to gain their maximum attention, the association has already started to create awareness about this grand event, through various mediums.
"We will be distributing handouts and pamphlets at most of the public places like PVR cinemas and malls. Additionally, a roadshow will be kick starting from December 10, where a mobile van will be moving around in residential area and create the buzz. More than 500 invitations has already been sent out to different departments of government, educational institutes, schools and colleges. With all our efforts, we would intend to break our 2010 event records in terms of footfalls and sales revenue," informed Vikas Dewan, secretary, UITTA.
The main attraction of this event would be the participation of tab players like Apple, Samsung, Karbonn, iball and HCL as well as surveillance and security companies.
In the previous editions, the association churned out a business of Rs 1.23 crore and saw an attendance of more than 1 lakh end customers from in and around Dehradun.
In total, there would be 50 stalls at the event. Panasonic's Toughbook is the main sponsor of the event, with co-sponsors like D-link and Digilink. However, the association is seeking more sponsors to support this IT expo. The last date for booking the stall is December 10.