Bhubaneswar: The delegation of Invest Odisha led by Capt Dibya Sankar Mishra, Honourable Minister, Industries, MSME, Energy & Home Govt of Odisha and comprising of Dr. Nitin Jawale, IAS, MD IPICOL & Special Secretary Industries dept, other govt officials and industry representatives from Tata group, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Haldia Petrochemicals participated in the India Singapore Business & Innovation Summit at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention center, Singapore on 09th Sep 2019. The event is being organized by the High Commission of India in Singapore.
Dr. S. Jayashankar, Honourable Minister External Affairs Govt of India and Dr. Vivian Balalkrishnan, Honourable Minister Foreign Affairs, Singapore graced the occasion as esteemed guests.
Minister Industries Odisha gave a plenary talk about investment opportunities in Odisha and urged the investors in Singapore to explore the industry ready state of Odisha.
In the afternoon in the Odisha state session, Dr. Nitin Jawale gave a presentation on ’10 Reasons to Invest in Odisha’, which caught the imagination of the corporates present at the event. Mr. Arun Mishra and Mr.Prashant Mallik of Tata group made a presentation on Gopalpur Industrial Park & SEZ and.spoke about the support the govt and IPICOL have rendered them all through. Dr. Dhananjay Srivastav of IOCL and Subhashendu Chatterjee of Haldia Petrochemicals are also participating as part of the Odisha delegation.
The Odisha delegation will also visit Jurong Petrochemical area and some start-up incubators in Singapore.
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