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IAMAI to host Digital Summit in January 2006 to boost domestic Internet economy

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IAMAI to host Digital Summit in January 2006 to boost domestic Internet economy

The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) is hosting ‘Digital Summit 2006’ on January 17 and 18, 2006 in Mumbai to promote and boost the domestic Internet economy. The two-day Summit will focus on areas like the role of the Internet in the Indian economy, issues and growth opportunities of the broadband access, analysing the retail power of the Web and growth prospects of the online marketplace.

To be inaugurated by Telecommunication and IT Minister, Dayanidhi Maran, the Summit will have the top guns of the Indian Internet industry as speakers.

Commenting on the need for the Digital Summit, IAMAI President, Preeti Desai, said. “Digital Summit revolves around focused sessions, presentations and discussions led by experts from the web world. It is an information sharing and business networking opportunity for Internet users, businesses in the Internet domain in a primary or allied capacity and Internet service providers. The objective is to absorb and share insights on challenges and strategies for Internet Investment Decisions, effective implementation of technology tools, solutions and maximising returns on the Web.”

Founded in January 2004 by leading Indian portals, IAMAI is a not-for-profit organisation driven with the mission to bring 100 million Indians online by 2007 and empower society and businesses to benefit from the time and cost savings offered by the Internet.


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