CyanConnode in PM’s India trade delegation
Cambridge UK technology business CyanConnode is in Prime Minister Theresa May’s trade delegation to India.
Led by the Department for International Trade, Enterprise Europe Network and Innovate UK, the delegation is giving companies an opportunity to attend the India-UK TECH Summit, a three-day showcase and business expo.
The TECH Summit is designed to encourage greater levels of business between the UK and India, promote direct engagement with potential partners and investors and build understanding of local market conditions for SME’s.
Prime Minister May commented: “We’ve been focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises to try to ensure that we boost the relationships between smaller and medium-sized businesses here in the UK with the important Indian market.”
Cyan is a global operator in narrowband RF mesh networks for Omni Internet of Things (IoT) communications.
John Cronin, for the company, said: “This delegation allows us to build on our existing experience and success in the Indian market.
CyanConnode’s business model is to work closely with partners in-country and share our technology and know-how.
“Our solutions are designed to support smart communications and applications both today and as the market evolves. We recently won the Innovation Excellence award at the Independent Power Producers Association of India Power Awards, which recognised CyanConnode’s solutions for their low implementation costs, successful customer deployments and scope for future development.”
CyanConnode has been showcasing its Omnimesh solution at the UK Tech India Summit where the PM appeared as the VIP speaker today. The summit was followed by a bespoke trade mission to Pune and Kochi.