2nd India-Central Europe Business Forum for Mutual Growth


The second edition of India-Central Europe Business Forum (ICEBF) is being inaugurated  in the city at The Lalit Ashok Hotel. The Forum is a continued endeavour for accelerating economic ties between India and Central European countries for mutual gains in the years to come. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in partnership with the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India is organizing this Forum. The first edition of ICEBF, which was arranged in New Delhi last year attracted over 100 official and business delegates from 14 Central European (CE) countries. Over 200 Indian industry representatives had elaborate business engagements with their CE counterparts. The forum established itself as an institutionalized platform to promote multifaceted engagements with promising CE economies.

This year, apart from Gen. V.K Singh, Minister of State for External Affairs and senior Ministers of Poland, Hungary, Romania and Estonia, Karnataka Chief Minister Shri Siddaramaiah is also attending to address this conference tomorrow. The event is expected to host over 120 business delegates from 18 CE countries along with over 250 Indian delegates for close business engagements in two days duration. The forum will focus on India’s multifaceted engagements with CE economies in a calibrated and structured format. Under the over-arching effort, entrepreneurs of large, small and medium enterprises would delve deep into the ways and means for enhancing collaborations in the field of technology transfer, research & innovation and skill development. Some key focus areas are – Agri. & Food Processing, Auto & Auto Components, Renewable Energy & Clean Technologies, Environmental Technologies, IT & ITES, Life Sciences, Manufacturing & High Technology, Pharmaceuticals, R&D, Tourism and Urban Infrastructure.

Republic of Poland is the “Partners Country” and State of Karnataka is the “Partner State” for this edition of ICEBF. The highlight of the forum are partner country and partner state sessions, sector-focus sessions and business-to-business meetings. An exhibition is also planned on the side lines of the Forum.

IndianBureaucracy.com wishes the very best.

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