Indian Mobile Congress 2023 Sets New Records with Over 1.5 Lakh Participants

The 7th Edition of the Indian Mobile Congress (IMC) 2023, one of the largest telecom, media, and technology events in Asia, concluded with resounding success, as it achieved its highest-ever attendance with over 1.5 lakh participants.
Highlights of India Mobile Congress 2023The event, jointly organized by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), witnessed a grand showcase of emerging technologies and ideas.

One of the highlights of the event was Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of the 100 5G Lab Initiative. This initiative is aimed at developing 5G applications to build a 6G-ready ecosystem in India, emphasizing the country’s commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements.

IMC 2023 showcased more than 620 use cases across various sectors, including Technology & Telecom, Government & Public Sector Units, and Startups. This diverse display of innovative solutions was a testament to India’s rapidly growing tech ecosystem.

The event attracted over 1,300 CXO-level delegates, 235 exhibitors, and 400 startups from around the world. With participants hailing from approximately 67 countries, IMC 2023 truly stood out as a global technology extravaganza.

During the three-day event, more than 400 speakers took part in over 80 sessions held in seven conference halls. They discussed a wide range of subjects, including Industry 4.0, 5G applications, Enterprise Digital Transformation, Sustainable Development, Monetizing Connectivity, India’s role in the global semiconductor landscape, 6G standardization, and the future of telecommunications and networks.

“As we establish IMC as a premier technology platform going beyond telecom, this year’s edition of IMC had a spectacular show of future technologies and engaging discussions spread over 3 days. We are really happy to note the highest-ever attendance of over 1.5 Lakh at IMC 2023,” Ramakrishna P, CEO of India Mobile Congress, said.