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Last updated: 27 Sep, 2014  

C2C Collaborations Foreseen at Global Economic Summit

PR Newswire | 13 Aug, 2013
MUMBAI, India: The 3rd Global Economic Summit 2013 (GES), an international Summit on Micro-SME Clusters, is entering into an interesting phase with experts, government officials and policy makers to discuss and deliberate the present challenges along with their future vision for the clusters. The experts will be sharing with the delegates their valuable knowledge and expertise in marketing, branding, skill development, government policies, financial requirements, technology and innovation and most importantly Cluster to Cluster (C2C) collaborations.

An important highlight of the summit will be the presentations by the international funding and multi-lateral agencies such as the World Bank, ILO, UNIDO, UNPD and PUM, who will be contributing towards capacity building for inclusive growth of clusters. The summit will be addressed by a galaxy of eminent speakers from over 26 countries which includes Argentina, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Canada, China, France, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Mexico, Myanmar, Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda, UK and USA.

Clusters from India, in particular, will benefit largely through this summit with open discussions, expert advice, consultations and opportunities to network with the best of the global clusters for fostering mutual co-operation while promoting and improving Indian cluster businesses. With the objective to benefit from the best practices that would be discussed for product improvisation and enhancing market access, the summit will connect the global cluster framework.

Additional information:

    Location: World Trade Centre Mumbai, India
    Date: 23rd September 2013 to 25th September 2013

For further information on media queries, please contact CrisscrossCommunication

Ms. Tejal Daftary | tejal@crisscross.in | +91-98204-04-621

SOURCE WTC Mumbai and AIAI

 
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