NSW company wins India contract

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Sydney-based company Laservision has won the contract to produce a large scale, multimedia attraction in south western India for a religious centre. NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell has been one of the first to congratulate the company, winners of the NSW Export Award for Arts and Entertainment, at a ceremony in Mumbai to bless the project. "Laservision beat strong global competition to win this $5.5 million export deal," O’Farrell said earlier this week at the shrine of Indian spiritual leader Shri Sai Baba at Shirdi, near Nasik in Maharashtra. "The high tech spiritual theme park, which will be the first of its kind in India, will display the interactive teachings of the spiritual leader to the 20 million devotees who visit the shrine every year," he added. In India to lead a trade and investment mission to Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru, O’Farrell praised Laservision’s success as an example of NSW’s ICT sector. "Laservision, which exports 97 percent of its services, is an innovative and creative leader in the entertainment sector and a great example of how NSW companies are competing and winning in the global marketplace," he said.


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