Mumbai: Mumbai-based Trade Association of Information Technology (TAIT) is gearing up for its annual fair COM-IT, to be held in the city from Dec 10 to 13. In a recently held meeting, the association laid down the program for the event. More than 80 percent of the stalls have been booked.
Some of the companies that have booked their stalls include Corpmedia, DQ Channels, Kingston, Kodak, Lenovo, Lexmark, Luminous, Microsoft Software, Cisco, Computer Active, Computer Bazaar, Computer Depot and Computer Society of India among others.
Rushabh Shah, General Secretary, COM-IT stated, Ã¢â‚¬Å“For the first time in the history of COM-IT, we have introduced a new concept called the TAIT pavilion. This concept will extend relatively cheaper entry point to those companies, who wish to participate in the fare and at the same time do not have the financial muscle to book big stalls."
The event will be inaugurated with a welcome address and key note by the TAIT President, Ketan Patel. The association has plans to hold several sessions and programs related to IT and ITeS during COM-IT.
The other topics of discussion will revolve around disaster recovery and the business opportunities emerging from it, time management, new cyber law and massive shift in cloud computing.