April 24, 2024

“KDEM Partnering for GCC Conference 2022”

Karnataka Government established the Karnataka Digital Economy Mission (KDEM)

Section-8 institution that functions as a knowledge bridge between business and government, with the goal of increasing the state’s participation of the digital economy.

To achieve the goals, KDEM has focused on five key areas: IT Products & Services, BPM & GCC Promotion, Innovations & Start-ups, ESDM, Beyond Bengaluru, and Talent Accelerator.

In order to reaffirm its commitment to promote the growth of the digital economy in Karnataka, the Karnataka Digital Economy Mission (KDEM) conducted its first Partners in Progress for GCC Conference 2022 today in Bengaluru. KDEM collaborated with ANSR, a Bengaluru-based organisation that assists companies in establishing Global Capability Centres (GCCs), to bring policymakers together.

A panel discussion on the success of the spoke shore strategy and its future roadmap, fireside conversations on the progress of the GCCs and their future in Karnataka, and felicitation of the Partners in Progress comprised the Partners in Progress for GCC Conclave 2022.

The KDEM-ANSR study highlighting GCCs in Karnataka will be released soon. The study is based on ANSR research, surveys, interviews with GCC leaders, and roundtable discussions, as well as input from KDEM.

In response to this news, Shri B V Naidu, Chairman of KDEM, stated, “Today, the GCCs have undergone a fundamental shift to focus on giving values to organisations beyond the conventional income and cost advantages.” It is only right that Karnataka establishes a better foundation for GCCs in the future years to assist Karnataka’s ambition to stimulate cluster expansion outside Bengaluru.

We hope that by holding this conference, visionaries, industry leaders, policymakers, and existing GCCs in the state will come together to create a solid roadmap for Karnataka to emerge as a shining example of empowering cluster cities to become technology hubs and aid in the state’s digital growth.”

A panel discussion on the success of the spoke shore strategy and its future roadmap, fireside conversations on the progress of the GCCs and their future in Karnataka, and felicitation of the Partners in Progress comprised the Partners in Progress for GCC Conclave 2022.

The KDEM-ANSR study highlighting GCCs in Karnataka will be released soon. The study is based on ANSR research, surveys, interviews with GCC leaders, and roundtable discussions, as well as input from KDEM.

In response to this news, Shri B V Naidu, Chairman of KDEM, stated, “Today, the GCCs have undergone a fundamental shift to focus on giving values to organisations beyond the conventional income and cost advantages.” It is only right that Karnataka establishes a better foundation for GCCs in the future years to assist Karnataka’s ambition to stimulate cluster expansion outside Bengaluru.

We hope that by holding this conference, visionaries, industry leaders, policymakers, and existing GCCs in the state will come together to create a solid roadmap for Karnataka to emerge as a shining example of empowering cluster cities to become technology hubs and aid in the state’s digital growth.”

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