The main objective of Global Exhibition on Services is to position India as a leader in the Service sector to the rest of the world, to tap potential for services’ exports and to draw further investment into India in the services sector.
India is set to host the fifth Global Exhibition on Services (GES) in Palace Ground, Bangalore from 26 to 28 November 2019.
Spearheaded by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, the expo is organised in association with the Confederation of India Industry (CII) and SEPC.
GES will bring the Indian M&E service providers under one platform to the expo. Content buyers, technology service providers, production and location executives will benefit.
The GES will enable delegates to explore M&E service solutions in the new emerging digital world.
GES will offer a one-stop-shop for meetings, networking and collaboration in the entertainment space.
The GES exhibition would be a meeting place for countries, for global service sector players to forge new business relationships and enhance international trade in services.
GES is the place to explore film shooting destinations across India.
It is a perfect launch pad for your products and services.
Interaction among international services sector players, day long seminars on M&E and dedicated B2B meetings to strike useful partnerships will be organised under the event. You can meet cost-effective post-production studios and service companies.
At GES, you have access to creative and business minds from all media and entertainment verticals/
Exhibit and engage with Indian M&E industry under one umbrella.
Check for more details in www.gesdelhi.in
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