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Kamal Vachani

Honourary Regional Director of Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council

UAE LLC

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UAE LLC

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Employment History

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Group Director

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President - Dubai Chapter

Global Organization of People of Indian Origin


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Indian Business Council

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Mr. Kamal Vachani


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High growth prevails across all segments, and the market is driven by economic diversification and various e-government initiatives in sectors like finance, communications and manufacturing," Kamal Vachani, honourary regional director of Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) for the UAE and Middle East, told Khaleej Times.
Electronics goods exports to the regional countries jumped by 6.66 per cent to $1.74 billion during 2013-14, compared to $1.63 billion million in the year 2012-13. Amongst the regional countries, UAE is the top destination for India's electronics export followed by Saudi Arabia and Turkey, Vachani informed. Responding a question, Vachani said that specific country data is not available at the moment, but the UAE is on top for sure. Around 500 software & services buyers from more than 75 countries will be present at this business-to-business (B2B) partnering forum from the US, the UK, Europe, Middle East, Japan, China, Korea, Latin America, Africa, CIS, ASEAN region etc. "The show is meant to facilitate joint ventures, collaboration and strategic alliances for outsourcing with overseas buyers," informed Vachani. India pavilion will highlight innovative ICT products & services including computer software, power supply equipment like invertors, UPS, telecom cables, a range of telecom products and computer hardware products, according to Kamal Vachani. Gitex is continuing to emerge the largest and the most impressive ICT event of its kind in the Middle East, he said, adding: "Naturally, India has a great stake in the booming Middle East, Africa, Asia and European markets for which Dubai is the gateway. Thus the event provides the participating Indian ICT companies opportunities for scouting the expanding Middle East market." ESC has been participating at the Gitex consistently for several years and the participating Indian companies under ESC's banner have reported high degree of satisfaction. The participating Indian companies have reported to bag significant businesses, forged joint ventures, marketing tie-ups, etc. with the buyers visiting the exhibition. "ESC has been facilitating Indian participation on a regular basis at Gitex to take advantage of the booming IT market in the Gulf and leveraging that association for getting businesses for Indian IT companies from multitude of large global corporations, which are executing projects in the region," Vachani concluded.


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Its a market waiting to be tapped, says Kamal Vachani, regional representative of Electronics & Computer Software Export promotion (ESC) for the UAE & Middle East.According to Mr Vachani, who addressed a press conference to announce ESC's participation in Gitex, the Middles East in where the action is for India/s software manufactures, with the UAE, Saudia Arabia and Oman being among the top regional markets.


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It's a market waiting to be tapped, says Kamal Vachani, regional representative of Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion (ESC) for the UAE and Middle East.According to Mr Vachani, who addressed a press conference to announce ESC's participation in Gitex, the Middle East is where the action is for India's software manufacturers, with the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Oman being among the top regional markets."There has been a phenomenal rise in IT exports from India to the Middle East.With the governments' support and encouragement, numerous e-initiatives and projects are being undertaken, which offer Indian IT companies excellent opportunities to explore the market," says Mr Vachani.


GN Online: India posts 21pc rise in exports

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"The Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council's (ESC) provisional estimates say total production of electronic hardware in India during the last fiscal was estimated at Rs327.5 billion, of which exports comprised 17.5 per cent," said Kamal Vachani, regional representative for the UAE and the Middle East."Focus on quality standards and aggressive marketing strategies adopted by the exporters to consolidate on the traditional markets and to make forays into newer destinations are primary reasons for the surge in exports."Indian-made colour televisions saw a growth of 12 per cent last year.The majority of the exports were to Singapore, Hong Kong, Europe, the U.S., Middle East and Africa.


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