Indore (Madhya Pradesh) [India]: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan met delegates at a Global Investors Meet here.
Over 3,000 delegates, including 150 CEOs from India and abroad are participating in the event.
The two-day event, which starts from today, will see participants from sectors such as agri-business, food processing, automobile, engineering, defence, IT, renewable energy, pharmaceuticals, textile and tourism.
This two-day event will aim to showcase the strengths and industrial prowess of Madhya Pradesh, and provide a global platform for interaction with Indian industry leaders, policy makers, investors and other stakeholders.
The ambitious journey of the Global Investors Summit started in October 2007 in Indore with investment intentions of USD 18.3 billion and 301, primarily domestic participants.
Over a period of eight years, the summit has evolved into a major international event being attended by who’s who of the business world, academia and politics. The event provides unmatched platform for investors to network with all those who matter.
Ahead of the summit, Chouhan said, “Madhya Pradesh, the heart of incredible India, is one of the fastest growing economies in the country. With its business friendly policies and skilled labour force, we aspire to become the growth pillar of Make in India.” (ANI)