CAN CommTech 2017 to begin from Sept 14Federation of Computer Association Nepal (CAN) will be organising CAN CommTech from September 14 to September 17, 2017 at Bhrikuti Mandap Exhibition Hall, Kathmandu.
Federation of Computer Association Nepal (CAN) will be organising CAN CommTech from September 14 to September 17, 2017 at Bhrikuti Mandap Exhibition Hall, Kathmandu.
CAN CommTech is an information, communication and technology show which showcases national and international mobile solutions, computer hardware, security solutions, ISPs, telecom, broadband & cable TV service provider, product launch/new products, wireless solutions, banking solutions and IT enabled services solutions under one roof.
CAN believes that to develop and expand Nepal’s information technology scene, technology related expos and shows need to be organised every year.
Companies such as internet service providers, hardware sales and solutions, mobile dealers, distributors and other will have stalls at CAN Commtech 2017. Colleges and training institutes with a focus on technology along with payment solution companies will also be present at the expo.
Even international companies looking to get a foothold in Nepal will be making their presence at the expo. Visitors will be able to browse various booths and stalls to quench their thirst for knowledge and buy products/services to enrich their lives.
The title sponsor of CAN CommTech 2017 is Subisu Pvt Ltd. Nepal Telecom is the diamond sponsor while the silver sponsor is S-Power.
There will be 87 small and big stalls at CAN CommTech 2017.
Eighty percent of the stalls have already been booked, highlighting the strong demand for such technology expos.
This year there will be a separate pavilion for security solutions companies which they have called Electric Security and Safety and Solution.
The pavilion will also contain other solutions and systems ranging from CCTV, access
control system, sensor and alarm, staff attendance, fire and smoke detector.
The entry fee for public is Rs50 and Rs25 for students. The President of CAN Federation, Binod Dhakal said that the entry fee government school students will be free.
This year, more than 200,000 visitors are expected to descend upon one of Nepal’s premier technology expos.