We’ve confirmed 80+ attendees for our curated #NAMAindic discussion on the ‘Future of Indic Languages’, at India Habitat Centre in Delhi, at 1:00 pm on the 18th of January 2017. MediaNama is hosting this curated open house session in partnership with Google.
Please click here to apply – you will be put on a wait-list, pending cancellations.
Deadline for applications closes today at 9:00 PM, Friday, 13th December.
With the advent of 4G, and Hindi and one Indic language mandated for handsets, will things change for content and services on Indic languages? Will advertising grow for Indic language publishers? Will more content be created in Indic languages? How have things changed over the past couple of years for Indic language publishers? What challenges do Indian apps and ecommerce companies face while introducing an Indic language interface?
Demonetization has created a need for greater adoption of Indic languages by technology companies.
We’ve got confirmed attendees from: Aspada, BuzzFeed News, Daily Hunt, Dainik Bhaskar Digital, Data Infosys, DEF, Delhi Press, DoT, Facebook, Glue Labs, IAMAI, ICANN, ICRIER, Indian Express Digital, Info Edge India, Internet Democracy Project, iSPIRT Foundation, Juggernaut Books, Keypoint Technologies, Make My Trip, MeitY/DeitY, Micromax, Mimir Technologies, MobiKwik, Mozilla, NIXI, Ola, PK Online, PLR Chambers, Pratham Books, Pratilipi, Process Nine Technologies, Rakuten Kobo, Reverie Language Technologies, Samsung, Star India, SFLC, The Economics Times, Times Internet, Twitter, Wikimedia Foundation, etc
Please click here to apply to our waitlist.
Note that this is a curated event, and meant only for those who are already working in this domain. In case you fit with our mandate for a curated audience, we’ll send you a confirmed invite.
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