“India Mobile Diwali” set to connect Phone Industry from India & China


Mobile World (Shoujibao), China’s Mobile Industry service platform and tech media, is organizing a three day “India Mobile Diwali Expo” & Summit from October 22-24, 2016 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

The event is aimed at improving India’s pattern of the mobile phone industry chain to establish a robust Mobile Manufacturing Eco-System in India.

Wholehearted participation of the Chinese & Indian Mobile handset industry at “India Mobile Diwali Expo” would be a major boost to speed up PM Modi’s “Make in India’s” pace of development & explore business opportunities to promote co-operation between India-China mobile phone industry, to give a better understanding of China’s mobile phone brands and to help India to exalt its mobile phone brand’s popularity in China. This is an opportunity for the Chinese investors to know India’s brands better and therefore invest wiser to achieve a win- win situation.


“Chinese companies are keen to participate in the ‘Make in India’ campaign and establish mobile handset & component manufacturing facilities here. I’m sure that the companies of both the countries will have ample opportunities to network and join hands during the three day Expo for promoting co-operation, which may usher in towards making investments in India. India contains a great opportunity for the Chinese Industry to be tapped” Said Wu, Founder & CEO, Mobile World (Shoujibao), Shenzhen.

Chinese Companies sees India as the hottest next destination to set up manufacturing base. Indian brands will be a leading power to attract investment of the supply chain and manufactures from China to India. India is having a promising future to be the largest mobile phone market in the world. Under the guidance of the localization policy, China’s brands are eager to invest in India by building their factories in India, which will promote the globalization of the mobile phone brands of India.

“India today is the fastest growing mobile phone market globally and Chinese industry presents the biggest manufacturing. We are very keen to tap the potential,” pointed out Wu.

“There is a huge demand for Smartphone during the festive season especially during Diwali. Keeping in mind the massive customer demands that grows every year during Diwali, we are organizing “India Mobile Diwali” Expo from Oct 22-24, 2016 which will also provide opportunities for large scale enterprise purchasing & customized bidding.” he added.

Smartphone industry in India started slow because it was basically dependent on China supply chain and had lack of understanding of the entire industry. This exhibition aims to provide a more comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the entire mobile phone industry, including mobile phones, mobile phone parts, production equipment, etc.

With more than 100 mobile phone brands from China & India, 1000 dealers, 10, 000 professional visitors per day, 500 million for the site order scale, 200 enterprises in the supply line, 100+ High level delegation comprising senior officials from the entire gamut of Chinese & Indian Mobile Handset Companies / Component Manufacturers are participating in the Expo & Summits with a distinct objective to collaborate and explore Manufacturing / JV / Investment opportunities in India.

Major Chinese & Indian players like Techno, Gionee, Coolpad, Holitech, Micromax, Lava, Videocon, G’Five, Karbonn, Spice, Vodafone, Intex Galaxy Core, Poxiao, Vivo, Sprocomm, Nubia, ZTE, Meizu, Water World, Miki, Acer, Essline, Nuwei, Ramos, Huawei, a large number of exhibitors, dealers, industrial parks, consumer groups and China’s intelligent hardware manufacturers, enterprises in the mobile phone industry chain and enterprises of mobile phone accessories are expected to be part of the Expo & Summit which will explore opportunities to collaborate and may lead towards possible investments.

We are wholeheartedly responding to Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s invitation to Chinese companies to be part of ‘Make in India’ mission and would contribute to making India a global manufacturing hub for mobile handsets and components,” said Wu, Founder & CEO, Mobile World (Shoujibao), Shenzhen.