November 19 - November 21
India has one of the most dynamic, emerging and exciting markets in the world. About 65% of the 1.3 billion-strong population is below the age of 35. In place to become the world’s most populous country by 2020, many of its people are increasingly urbanized.
In the last four years, India has doubled the pace of construction of the highways, quadrupled the construction of new houses in the villages, reached new records in the production of mobile phones, established new Institutes of Management, Technology and Medical Science, while tier-2 and tier-3 cities are being flooded with start-up enterprises.
With national initiatives like Make In India, Smart City and Digital India, there is an increasing demand for high-quality cutting-edge Pro-AV and Integrated Experience Solutions.
The Indian AV industry is projected to grow 7% every year until 2022. It is anticipated that the Indian Subcontinent will overtake the Japanese market in 2018 and continue growing to $8.6 billion by 2022.
Sectors which are driving India’s AV growth include the corporate sector – mainly international software and financial institutions making big cities like Bangalore their technology hubs and who demand world-class AV experiences – hospitality, education, and many others.
The AV companies that can ride on the rise of New India would be those which pro-actively grab the opportunities via networking platforms like InfoComm India, and then work with their clients to effectively guide their technology transformations.