Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) has facilitated two MoUs between Australian tech businesses at the recently held Bengaluru Tech Summit.
The MoUs were signed between givvable.com and Mayjun India (Next XR Group (formerly VR AR Solutions Australia), and their respective Indian partners, GIST Impact and Catnip Infotech Private Limited.
“Together, we’re committed to making positive impact, driving tech innovation, and fostering partnerships that empower businesses to contribute to a better world.”
givvable is a Multi-Award Winning Platform used by companies and governments to search, screen and track verified sustainability & ESG actions, attributes and credentials of suppliers.
Next XR Group offers end-to-end creative solutions for digital transformation. The company provides a unique and everlasting experience to its customers using virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence.
These collaborations highlight the alignment of capabilities between the Australian and Indian tech companies.
Through this MoU, the two companies will support suppliers, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and supply chain managers to accelerate their sustainability journey.
In a statement, Austrade South Asia said:
“The Bengaluru Tech Summit was the ideal opportunity to showcase the capabilities of Australian tech companies to leading Indian businesses and MNC’s, startups, tech experts, and policymakers in Bengaluru.”
The MoU’s were signed in the presence of the Australian High Commission Philip Green, Consulate General Hilary Mcgeachy, Minister Commercial Catherine Gallagher and Trade and Investment Commissioner Vik Singh.
Both Australian companies graduated from Austrade’s India Tech Export Catalyst program. This program aims to increase the number of Australian technology companies accessing the rapidly growing digital sector in India.
The program will support Australian companies as they move from being curious about India, to being keen to access India, to being ready to establish and operate in the market.
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