As part of the Electronics and Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) initiative, a 15-member delegation comprising prominent Indian business leaders visited Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. Batoi was a part of the delegation.

During the visit, the delegation had the chance to engage in discussions with government officials and industry leaders and visit IT and electronics parks. The discussions centered on digital infrastructure development, cybersecurity, e-government, the Internet of Things (IoT), EdTech, and cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain.

The series of meetings commenced on March 11 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. They witnessed the participation of key officials, including Excellency Shri Manish Prabhat, Ambassador of India to Uzbekistan, and Mr. A Kuchkarov, Executive Director of IT Park Uzbekistan.

On March 14, the delegation was in Almaty, Kazakhstan, where they engaged with over 150 businesses from Kazakhstan. Senior officials from the Embassy of India in Astana and the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs in Almaty were present.

Ashwini Rath, founder and CEO of Batoi and the delegation's leader, emphasized to the audience that the Indian delegation's visit is to establish relations that will stimulate growth between India and Kazakhstan.

These meetings signal a shift in the perspective of international collaborations in the IT sector. Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan are emerging as key players in the global tech ecosystem, creating opportunities for companies like Batoi to expand their business footprint, explore new markets, and foster international partnerships and collaborations.

Batoi negotiated a few partnership agreements in the region.