The third iteration of the state’s premier biannual investors’ conference, Make-in-Odisha, which took place from November 30 to December 4 at Janata Maidan, attracted nine nations. Japan, Germany, and Norway have joined as “country partners” for the big investment summit, according to the principal secretary of the Industries department Hemant Sharma. In the 2018 season, there was only one country partner: Japan.
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International delegations from six additional nations, including Singapore, Nepal, and Australia, attend the event in addition to the three mentioned above. According to Sharma, the cooperation gives Odisha’s relations with the nations more momentum as the state seeks greater involvement to draw in foreign investment.
The industrial expo and the event will be launched on November 30 by the chief minister, Naveen Patnaik. The following day, he hosted the plenary meeting with CXOs and corporate executives from many nations. At the industrial carnival, which was planned in conjunction with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, a sizable international pavilion was set up for the first time specifically for the partner nations and foreign delegations (FICCI).
With an exhibition center, plenary hall, five-session halls, chief minister’s room, and VIP lounge in addition to a specialized media lounge, food court, and a large stage for cultural events, the entire Janata Maidan ground was transformed into a modern, cutting-edge facility. On two enormous anamorphic screens and six pods at the location, Odisha’s culture, heritage, and industrial strength were on exhibit.
Following the conclave’s opening, seminars on new industries, employment, corporate leadership discussions, and exhibiting Odisha’s value propositions were held for three days. On the final day, there were no sessions, and the expo was available to the public from 11 am to 9.30 pm, with major cultural events planned for the evening.
Business leadership talks will bring together CXOs, strategists, and entrepreneurs to explore the current and next business possibilities, according to Sanjay Kumar Singh, principal secretary of the I&PR department. He noted that plans are well underway to make the event a huge success.