Keetronics India Participates in ‘Kyrgyz Build Expo 2022’
12 May 2022: The ‘Kyrgyz Build Expo 2022’ held from April 26-28, 2022 at Manezh Kgifk, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, witnessed an Indian brand keeping the nation’s flag flying high all through the three-day event, where 22 of the 70 stalls had Indian participants. Keetronics India (P) Ltd., Pune, represented by its Founder and Managing Director Rajesh Kulkarni, accompanied by Shivprasad Biradar and Shivam Palange, made a strong impact, introducing its new product in the Kyrgyzstan region and being conferred with an Exhibitor Diploma Certificate from the Kyrgyz Build Expo 2022 on the concluding day.
Keetronics has over 23 years of experience in engineering and manufacturing customised inputs devices for human and machine interface by providing functional and aesthetic enhancement solutions for the industry. “The Kyrgyz Build Expo 2022 provided us with an ideal platform to promote our product and technology in Bishkek. It was a good opportunity to meet new potential customers,” shared MD Rajesh Kulkarni.
“The Indian Embassy was represented by Rajesh Kumar and team who attended the inauguration ceremony. They appreciated our products and we visited the Indian embassy after the exhibition. We interacted with political representatives from Bishkek and discussed future business plans from India. After the meeting, they give us delicious Indian food. This experience was amazing,” he added.
“The Director of the International Innovation University, Bishkek visited the Keetronics stall. They invited us to a demo session at the university, but since their timings clashed with the Expo schedules, all their students visited the Keetronics stall instead. During the exhibition, so many architects visited our stall. One architect invited us for a meeting after the exhibition for more information about our product and to discuss the quotation and future order. We visited their site and discussed about their project details,” the Keetronics MD shared.
Keetronics also appointed an agent, Murat Aliev who began promoting its product in Bishkek right away by getting the brochures, visiting cards, videos and Instagram profiles translated in the Kyrgyz language. “We hope we get orders from their side in future which helps us to establish our business in Kyrgyzstan. It was a great experience to visit a new country and interacting with new people. From clients to students and their teachers, architects and contractors, a wide spectrum of visitors converged at our stall. We had a memorable and unbelievable experience,” Rajesh Kulkarni emphasised.