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From Left Shailendra Kumar Tyagi, Director, Software Technology Parks of India, Bangalore, Jonathan Zadka, Consul General of Israel to South India, Dr. E. V. Ramana Reddy, ACS Dept. of Electronics, IT, Bt and S&T Government of Karnataka, Dr. C.N Ashwath Narayan, Minister for Electronics, IT, Bt and S&T,Government of Karnataka, Eske Bo Rosenberg, Consul General of Denmark and Head of Trade & Innovation In Bangalore, Thierry Berthelot, Consul General of France in Bangalore, Achim Burkart, Consul General of Germany in Bangalore, Akiko Sugita, Consul General of Japan in Bangalore, Shri. Prashant Prakash, Partner – Accel Partners, Chairman – Karnataka Vision Group for Startups, event to announce Bangalore Tech Summit 2021at the
 
 
Bangalore Tech Summit opens this week in hybrid format

Bangalore, November 15, 2021:  The  24th edition of the BANGALORE TECH SUMMIT is to open on November in a hybrid format.
The 3-day event aims to highlight the role of digital and technological innovations that nurtured the growth of multiple sectors in the next normal, post-pandemic world. The event will mark the convergence of global tech leaders, Indian corporates and start-ups from IT, Deep Tech and Biotech to demonstrate disruptive technologies, forging partnerships and alliances.  M. Venkaiah Naidu, Vice President of India will inaugurate the summit. BTS2021 is expected to see participation of international dignitaries like Prof. Klaus Schwab, Founder and Chairman, World Economic Forum and Mr. Martin Schroeter, Chief Executive Officer, Kyndryl along with Senior Ministers from the Central and State Governments with international industry captains, government officials, Nobel Laureates and Visionary Leaders.
Dr C.N. Ashwath Narayan, Minister for Electronics, IT, Bt and S&T, Government of Karnataka said, “Bangalore Tech Summit is a landmark trendsetter event globally and has become India’s leading technology summit to show how the ‘Beyond Bangalore mission is actually propagating beyond expectations.  This year, as the nation and the world prepare to progress in a post-pandemic scenario, technology will play an even more critical and all-pervasive role that is vital in supporting the successful functioning of sectors, industries and governments. Technological innovations are redefining the future and it is this essence which makes for the theme of BTS2021, ‘Driving the Next’.
Some of the prominent organisations participating at BTS2021 include Kyndryl, Infosys, Biocon, Razorpay, Robert Bosch, Telstra, Intel, NRW Global Business, Australian Government, Laurus Bio, DRDO and Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation.