In presence of the Deputy Mayor of The Hague, the Netherlands, Saskia Bruines, The Hague Innovation Corridor MoU was signed with the Department of IT, BT and S&T, Government of Karnataka for collaboration in fields of health, cybersecurity, agri-tech and peace and justice. The MoU, which is a renewal of an earlier MoU signed in 2016, will focus on identifying partnerships for technology innovation facilitation, startup exchanges and nurturing talent on both sides.
Saskia Bruines, Deputy Mayor of The Hague, said, “The Hague believes in close international cooperation between government, science and industry. In our region, we are fortunate to have such close cooperation: top universities, tech hubs, economic top sectors, including Indian companies like HCL and Tech Mahindra, and a government that promotes regional cooperation. And now we are proud to underpin this by signing the MoU with the State of Karnataka.”
Prashant Kumar Mishra, Director, Department of IT & BT, said, “We are indeed delighted to see our relationship with The Hague, which started in IT BIZ during 2016, deepen further at Bengaluru Tech Summit 2019. Parties of today’s cooperation shall further grow our mutually beneficial relationship in the fields of health, cybersecurity, agri-tech and peace and justice we as we move forward.”
Also, at the Bengaluru Tech Summit 2019, JK Technosoft formally announced the opening of its European headquarters in The Hague. JK Technosoft (JKT), is part of JK Group.