The Government of Odisha, in collaboration with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), is organizing the Odisha Investors’ Meet today in Bengaluru.
Over 500 industrialists, business persons, and investors across sectors are expected to attend the Odisha Investors’ Meet in the evening at Hotel Taj West End.
The Chief Minister will address the investors and apprise everyone present about the state’s flagship investment summit, the Make in Odisha Conclave’22 and invite them to the event.
The key members of the delegation include Pratap Keshari Deb, Minister of Industries, MSME & Energy, Government of Odisha: Shri Hemant Sharma, Principal Secretary, Industries Department, Skill Development & Technical Education, and Chairman-IDCO and Chairman-IPICOL, Government of Odisha; Shri Manoj Kumar Mishra, Secretary, E&IT Department and Dr Omkar Rai, Executive Chairman, Start-Up Odisha among others.
The idea behind organizing this is to showcase the diverse business-friendly ecosystem of Odisha to the potential investors and help them to form an informed decision to invest in Odisha to meet the ever-growing demands in Eastern and North-Eastern India as well as the ASEAN Markets.
Multiple one-on-one meetings with potential investors across sectors were held yesterday like food-processing, aerospace and defence, healthcare to discuss the possibilities of investing in Odisha and to cater to the ever-growing need of newer products and services in Eastern and North-East India.
The investors were assured of best-in-class investment facilitation in Odisha. Major business-centric reforms taken up by the Government of Odisha were highlighted to the interested participants to create a pro-business environment and industrial ecosystem to further speed up the rapid industrial growth of the state.
Among many noted participants in the Government-to-Business (G2B) meetings held yesterday, Mr. Azim Premji, businessman, philanthropist and former Chairman, Wipro Limited discuss with Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.
Today, Naveen Patnaik will meet senior industrialists to discuss their plans for Odisha and personally invite them to the Make in Odisha Conclave’22.
Chief Minister is expected to highlight the major pro-business reforms undertaken by his Government and ask the industrialists to explore Odisha as a potential destination for setting up their business units.