The Light-Emitting-Diode or the LED market of India has been scaling up over the last three years, displacing many conventional technologies such as incandescent, HID and fluorescent lighting.
Video gaming, though in the virtual world is a serious business and the customers are no more confined to any specific age group. It’s a global phenomenon and is catching up pretty fast and has turned itself into a multi-billion dollar business.
Over the past few years India along with other Asian and African countries, has become a major destination for electronic waste (e-waste) exports from OECD counties. Managing E-waste - both locally generated and internationally imported, are the major challenges for the government.
The Global insurance industry is hit by the low interest rates and the euro debt crisis is the major reason promoting the headache for the insurance industry. Although at the same time there is a bright yet slow momentum spot seen in the emerging markets.
The use of plastics in medical applications is wide and varied. Ranging from implants to disposables there are numerous applications of medical plastics. With a clear path to achieve a much wider usage, improvisation seems to be the key buzz word for all types of plastics.
We are living in an enormous digitized world. Every day we are generating quintillion bytes of data knowingly or unknowingly. An online purchase, a single tweet or a Facebook comment, hourly climate information, a cell phone call; all contribute to building a large database.
Amidst global economic slowdown, India continues to have high hopes for growth. Increasing demand in consumer electronic goods market, made India one of the preferred investment destinations for global players.
For the past few years, Electronica India & Productronica India has been India’s leading trade exhibition of the electronics industry specifically dealing with electronic components, systems and applications.
In recent times it is being witnessed that demand for homegrown doctors and nurses is simply growing faster than the supply.
Global Investor’s Meet (GIM) was organised from 6th- 8th June,2012 in the BIEC Bangalore for the inflow of investments into Karnataka which saw a participation of almost 10000 delegates from 200 industry leaders acr