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India

Guest country of honor

Colombia in 2019, celebrates 60 years of continuous relations with the Republic of India.

India ranks prosperity for its middle class, in the technology sector.

India has created top-notch information technology (IT) services based on innovation and quality.

With a great abundance of highly qualified engineers, the sector (IT) has gone from billing 50 million dollars to 150,000 million in less than 30 years, and currently contributes 8% of GDP and 20% of exports.

More than 60% of the working population are people under 25 years of age, and the young Indian consumer is completely at ease with the technology.

The country has 432 million Internet users – a figure that grows at 31% per year -, 616 million unique users of mobile services – the second largest mobile market in the world – and the third largest global environment for technology companies start-ups

India is the shining star, the fastest growing economy in the world, thanks to its digital revolution.

India is the only country in the world that offers an open and secure digital infrastructure and is fast becoming a digital economy. The infrastructure allows a Unified Payment Interface (UPI) with which customers can make transactions in their bank account from mobile devices, without intermediaries (such as Visa or Mastercard) and with lower costs.

The number of digital operations has continued to increase, thanks, in addition, to the bold decision to demonetize the economy, which eliminated 84% of the cash and has caused digital transactions to triple in volume and quadruple in value.

12% of scientists in the United States are Indians, as are 32% of mathematicians at NASA.

The Indian scientific training has already reached the third place in the world ranking. Some prestigious universities, such as the London School of Economics are opening centers in India to recruit these talents.

Nearly 400 prestigious Indian scientific universities graduate every year 200 thousand engineers, 300 thousand mathematicians, chemists and physicists and 2 thousand graduates with the coveted PhD.

India forms ten times more engineers every year than the United States or the European Union.

CEOs of India in the world

Shantanu Narayen

Shantanu Narayen

Adobe
Vinod Dham

Vinod Dham

Pentium
Padmasree Warrior

Padmasree Warrior

Primera mujer ingeniera en Motorola
Satya Nadella

Satya Nadella

Microsoft
Sabeer Bhatia

Sabeer Bhatia

Hotmail
Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai

Google
Nitin Nohria

Nitin Nohria

Dean, Harvard Business School
Indra Nooyi

Indra Nooyi

Ex CEO, Pepsico
Ruchi Shanghvi

Ruchi Shanghvi

First female Facebook engineer