Madhya Pradesh: Global Investors Summit will be held in January next year, emphasis will be on increasing employment opportunities


The two-day Global Investors Summit is going to be held in Indore, the business city of Madhya Pradesh in January next year, through this summit the government’s emphasis is on attracting investors for investment as well as creating a medium of employment.

Bhopal, September 7 : A two-day Global Investors Summit is going to be held in Indore, Madhya Pradesh’s business city in January next year, through this summit the government’s emphasis is on creating a medium of employment along with attracting investors for investment. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, while reviewing the preliminary preparations for the Global Investors’ Summit to be held in Indore on January 10 and 11, 2023, has said that the two-day Global Investors’ Summit being held in Indore will prove useful for new investments in many sectors. In the summit, the information of interested investors will also come out from the point of view of investment for the new township between Indore and Bhopal. The process of consultation with industrialists in this regard should be continued continuously. All necessary efforts should be made for this summit to become important in providing employment to more and more people of the state.

Chief Minister Chouhan said that the outline of the two-day meeting for the Investors Summit-2023, along with the scheduling of sessions, statements of the participating industrialists, participation of embassies of different countries, duly inviting the proposed partner countries, holding exhibitions and meeting First, the promotional works in the country and abroad should be ensured. Secretaries of central ministries and officials of NITI Aayog will also be invited to the summit.


Chief Minister Chouhan invited industrial institutions working in startup, MSME sector, agri business and food processing, textile garment, pharma sector, tourism, ODOP, logistics, automobile, engineering, aerospace, defence, IT sectors and industrialists willing to invest. gave instructions.

Industrial Policy and Investment Promotion Minister Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon, Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains, Additional Chief Secretary Mohammad Suleman were also present on the occasion, Principal Secretary Industrial Policy and Investment Promotion Sanjay Kumar Shukla informed about the preparations made so far for the summit. .

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