Global Investors Summit at Indore, India


Indore (India), Aug. 22:  Government of Madhya Pradesh, India is organising a Global Investors Summit 2019 which is supported by Department of Industrial Policy and Investment Promotion, Government of India. The Summit is scheduled to be held  on 23rd and 24th February 2019 at Brilliant Convention Centre, in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.


The Summit will have more than 15 thematic sessions to brainstorm on leading  practices of the focus areas and sectors and way ahead to tap the opportunities.  Some of the sectors that would be discussed during the Summit are : food processing, pharmaceuticals, textiles, renewable energy, IT/ESDM, smart and sustainable cities, logistics and start-ups. A  Global Trade Exhibition 2019 is also being organized as an integral part of the GIS 2019 and will provide the participants with an opportunity to showcase their products and services.


Nepal is one of the  25 partner countries for the GIS 2019.  Association with Government of Madhya Pradesh as delegation of ‘partner country’ is a significant collaboration as it will firm up trade and business relationships for mutual benefits and prosperity. The benefits of participating in the event will be multiple including a platform for B-2-G/B-2-B interactions with dedicated meeting slots and countries can book dedicated space in our trade exhibition to exhibit their key strengths.


According to the Press release of Indian Embassy For further details the office of Principal Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Investment Promotion, Government of Madhya Pradesh may be contacted.  Interested participants may also refer to the Summit’s website


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