SEPC Unveils enTTech 2019 at MIPCOM

By Pickle  October 15, 2018

The two-day enTTech Show will bring together Indian services industry in the M&E space and companies from international markets under one umbrella.

The Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) has announced the launch of its second edition of enTTech 2019 scheduled to take place March 7-8 in Mumbai. SEPC which is organising and managing India Pavilion at MIPCOM will host an enTTech evening at MIPCOM at the India Pavilion on October 16.

In an attempt to celebrate India’s strengths in the creative and technology services arena and to partner with the rest of the world, SEPC is working towards brining M&E delegations to enTTech at MIPCOM.

Business and B2B meetings will be major focus at enTTech. “We will continue our engagement with enTTech global delegates in partnering them with Indian M&E companies. Our goal is to encourage our small M&E companies to find a foot-hold in the global
market as also our larger companies to spread and deepen their global footprints,” says Sangeeta Godbole, Director General, SEPC.

The two-day enTTech Show will bring together Indian services industry in the M&E space and companies from international markets under one umbrella.

enTTech will exhibit an array of services offered by the Indian M&E companies and match make needs of the overseas production houses.

The Media and Entertainment industry is one of the most dynamic sectors in India with modern technologies acting as a key enabler for providing world-class services to overseas clients/companies.

The industry is increasingly witnessing the convergence of media, entertainment and technology creating efficiencies in workflow, revenue streams and unique business models.

Indian media, entertainment and technology services are growing at an accelerated pace on the back of growing offshore services domain, especially in animation, VFX, gaming, AR/VR, film production, location and new media, among others. The Indian animation
and VFX services have gained a lot of traction among the international producers and production houses.

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