(* Figures of 2015-16 (April to August) represent both Computer Software and ITeS)
Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) is mandated to promote India’s exports of Electronics, Telecom, Computer Software and IT Enabled Services. ESC offers a varied set of services to its members for accelerating exports.
During the period April 2015 to August 2015, export of electronics is estimated to have reached US$ 2224 million and software export is estimated to have reached to a level of US$ 43400 billion.
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, USA, 30th September, 2015 Trade and commerce form a crucial component of the rapidly expanding and multi-faceted relations between India and U.S. The US remains the prime destination for India's Software & Services exports. The Indian IT fraternity regularly continues to explore the gigantic US market to strengthen their foothold in the US market. The Council has been encouraging its member exporters interested in setting up their presence in the United States through State Incubators. In this regard, services of one of the popular Incubation Facility available at Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation was introduced to Council member exporters and quite a few of our members utilised their Incubation Programme by setting up their local presence in the United States. The Council requested Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation for a briefing/ interaction with its member companies to present its services and facilities being offered by them. Dr Pradeep Ganguly, Executive Vice President, County’s Economic Development Corporation, Prince George’s County, USA visited the Council to interact with ESC members. The session was a fruitful one as the member exporters raised several queries which were answered by the visiting US delegation.
OPEN HOUSE MEET WITH SHRI ANUP WADHAWAN, DGFT, GOVT. OF INDIA, 24th September, 2015, New Delhi Today, India’s IT, electronics or services sector presents a rare opportunity vis-à-vis the rest of the world. With the Make in India initiative, the Government hopes to bring rapid growth to the electronics hardware sector. “The Make in India program represents an attitudinal shift in how India relates to investors: not as a permit-issuing authority, but as a true business partner. With the Make in India initiative the government is aiming to increase the contribution of the manufacturing sector to 25% by 2022. To bring out the current challenges faced by the Indian Electronics Hardware industry and to ameliorate the issues so as to ease the business environment, the Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) organized an open house with Shri Anup Wadhawan, DGFT, on Thursday, 24th September, 2015 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. The meeting was attended by several Indian electronics hardware exporters from, PAN INDIA, academicians, senior Government officials, electronics & print media, etc.
SAUDI ARABIA, May 3-5, 2015 ESC in association with Embassy of India, Riyadh organised catalog show of Indian companies in the first week of May 2015 at Asharqiay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in Dammam, which is one of the most prominent Chamber in the Kingdom. This provided a unique opportunity for Indian companies to promote their products and services in Saudi Market.
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