Maharashtra Governor Ramesh Bais has agreed to inaugurate the fourth edition of the World Trade Expo, India’s largest trade platform to aid global trade relations especially for MSMEs. The expo is scheduled for 3-4 October 2023 at the World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai. (Mumbai to host World Trade Expo on October 3 and 4)
The event is jointly organized by the World Trade Center Mumbai and All India Association of Industries (AIAI) with the aim of highlighting technology as a key driver of trade and tourism. It is an effective platform for MSMEs to explore new global markets and identify opportunities in trade, tourism and technology exchange.
Dr Vijay Kalantri, Chairman, World Trade Center Mumbai said, “This unique trade show will facilitate networking for MSMEs, women entrepreneurs, start-ups and corporate houses with diplomatic missions, chambers of commerce and government agencies of over 25 countries. will provide.” Dr. Kalantri further added, “The World Trade Expo will be a promising platform to showcase trade and investment opportunities to local MSMEs, start-ups and other stakeholders in the participating countries through local presentations, knowledge sessions and exhibitions “
The first editions of the World Trade Expo saw participation from six state governments, more than 30 countries, 50 multinational companies, export promotion councils and other trade promotion bodies. These past events were attended by over 7000 business delegates, resulting in 5000 B2B meetings, resulting in joint ventures, technical tie-ups, export enquiries, besides creating awareness of tourism potential in the participating countries.
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