When: Tuesday 1 October 2013 from 2pm
Yak and Yeti Hotel, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu
International studies that correlate the growth of Internet usage to enhanced productivity and increased national competitiveness are all based on the groundwork that there are appropriate applications and content relevant to the socio economic environment within a country.
Internet is now measured as an optimum medium of local content delivery, providing opportunities for people to interact with each other, expressing ideas, knowledge and culture in their own languages.
Asia Internet Symposium (AIS) Kathmandu will draw from its proceedings to examine how local content in a developing country (Nepal) is created, exchanged and adapted. The event will discuss challenges linked
with local content development in a country with 123 languages spoken as mother tongue.
to the following ‘How To’ will be explored to determine the present and future prospects of local content market inside Nepal and similar economies:
• Invest resources in a wide spectrum of local initiatives that create and
transport local content?
• Work with existing content market, host platforms and intermediaries to
exchange and deliver community-oriented content?
• Provide incentives for local content?
• Strengthen the ‘collaboration’ capacities of organisations working with both
‘global’ and ‘local’ content development.
Participants / Invitees
- Public Institutes including Ministry of Information and Communications
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– Representatives from Internet and IT industry
– Representatives from Academic and Research Institutes
– Internet Bloggers / Content Supplier
– Civil Society Organizations
– Mass Media
Osama Manzar, Founder, Digital Empowerment Foundation (India)
Venki Nishtala, CTO, rediff.com (India)
Rajnesh Singh, Regional Director, Asia-Pacific, Internet Society (Singapore)