India Mobile Congress (IMC), co-hosted by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), will be held from 27–29 October at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi this year.
The theme of the seventh edition of Asia’s premier digital technology exhibition will be Global Digital Innovation.
The organizers said IMC 2023 event will witness around 100,000 Plus participants, 5,000 Plus CXO-level delegates, 350 Plus speakers, and 400 Plus exhibitors.
Last year, IMC received an overwhelming response from the industry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi launching 5G in India.
This year, the key programs will put spotlight on 6G, advancements in 5G networks, the increasing use of AI in telecommunications and other domains, Edge Computing, Industry 4.0, and the emergence of India Stack.
IMC 2023 would also widen to related technology domains such as Broadcast, Sat-Com, Manufacturing, Semiconductors through partnerships with various associations such as Elecina, IESA, ISpA, DFI, and others. IMC 2023 also planned to introduce several B2G & B2B Forums and Industry Round Tables, Big university and student engagement, and Global buyer forums.
COAI Chairman PK Mittal welcomed the gathering on this occasion and assured that this year Asia’s largest telecom event would be a significant milestone for India’s rapidly advancing tech industry.
“The India Mobile Congress 2023 will signify the vision of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi to promote India’s pivotal role in the digital revolution impacting every sector globally. This includes breakthroughs in 5G, 6G, broadcasting, satellite, semiconductor, drone, devices, and green technologies.”
IMC 2023 is introducing Aspire, a Start-Up event that will place significant emphasis on the future of entrepreneurship growth among young innovators and industry delegates in the telecom and other digital domains.