Mamata to inaugurate 'Biz Bridge 2013'

Kolkata, Nov 12 : West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee along with the WB minister for commerce and industries and IT, Partha Chatterjee is all set to inaugurate the four day 'Biz Bridge 2013' organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Eastern Region here on Nov 13.

"Biz Bridge 2013 will broaden the industrial horizon in the region," Mamata Banerjee who will address the special plenary on the inaugural day, said in a message.

CII informed that while the chief minister will address the special plenary, where many top-notch industry leaders will be present, the opening plenary will be addressed by Partha Chatterjee, Ajay Shankar - Member Secretary, National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council, Krishna Gupta - Managing Director, West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation and Partha Ghosh - Director, Bengal Aerotropolis Projects Ltd, among others.

"I am confident that Biz Bridge, as the name suggests, will serve as a perfect link between West Bengal and businesses across the world, and herald a new era of entrepreneurship," said Partha Chatterjee in his message.

"In every respect, the fourth edition of Biz Bridge 2013 is going to be a powerful forum for CEOs, decision-makers, technical experts, diplomats and senior executives from materials, R and D, procurement and business development in the manufacturing and engineering sector," said Sudhir Deoras, CII Eastern Region.

Deoras, who is also the Managing Director of TRF Ltd, a Tata group company said, "Vendor Meet is going to be a major attraction in Biz Bridge 2013. There will also be a series of meetings and interactions between a large number of MSMEs and vertical heads of some top energy and defence units located in the region."

"The Vendor Meet is being held with the primary objective of meeting procurement demand for energy and defence companies in the region," Deoras added.

According to the industry leaders, with Rs 80,000 crore to be spent on the defence sector in Eastern Region in the next 15 years, the scope is huge for MSMEs in the region as a whole, including West Bengal.

"That's one of the primary reasons why CII Eastern Region attaches utmost importance to MSMEs in the region. CII firmly believes that these MSMEs will contribute significantly to the growth and development of economy and generate many jobs," said Sandipan Chakravortty, Chairman, Task Force on Trade Fair, CII Eastern Region, and Managing Director, Tata Steel Processing and Distribution Ltd

"Nothing can be a better and bigger one-stop B2B forum than Biz Bridge on engineering and manufacturing in Eastern Region where the whole focus is on how to help the MSMEs grow in strength, acquire the wherewithal and expand and take their business to the next level," said Saugat Mukherjee, Regional Director, CII Eastern Region.

"A slew of business meets, one-on-one interactions, buyer-seller meets, networking, opportunities for product display, sharing of information on product development and innovation, business presentation, live demonstrations, et al, are lined up," Mukherjee added.

Adding value to Biz Bridge 2013 are a few conferences to be organised on the sidelines of the show.

The exhibition will draw participants from sectors such as Metals and Minerals, Power and Energy, Defence, Machine Tools, Infrastructure and Material Handling.

There will also be opportunities for product displays, distribution of industry information, focused business presentations, discussions between industry members, innovations, interactions between manufacturers and users, and buyer-seller meets for business leads.

--IBNS (Posted on 12-11-2013)

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