India is interested in the possibility of cooperation with Astana Hub
Astana Hub pays great attention to international cooperation and networking with foreign partners. So, last Wednesday the technopark was visited by the second secretary of the Embassy of the Republic of India, Mr. Vijay Singh and embassy staff.
Director of the Office of International Relations, Investments and Exports Tanat Uskembaev and manager Shyngys Orazbek presented the main activities of the technology park to the guests.
At a meeting with representatives of Astana Hub, the head of the commercial department of the Embassy of India in the Republic of Kazakhstan highly appreciated the initiative of the Astana Hub International Technopark in developing relations between our countries in terms of digitalization, investment and training in the field of IT.
At the end of the meeting, it was decided that more detailed information on cooperation would be sent to the Embassy by e-mail.
Today, India is emerging as a hub for digital skills. The Indian IT industry has over 17,000 firms. The country's economic competitiveness in providing IT services, which is about 3-4 times more cost-effective than in the US, continues to be its unique selling point in the global supplier market.