With just three days left for the Global Investors’ Summit in Assam, which is expected to be participated by delegates from 20 countries across the globe, Additional Chief Secretary of Industries and Commerce Ravi Capoor said that the Summit would emerge as a game changer for Assam.
Guwahati has already been decked up for the Summit to be held on February 3 and 4.
According to reports, premium hotels in the city have also been readied for hosting the delegates who would come from different parts of the country and across the world.
An Economic Times report quoting Ravi Capoor stated: “The summit has received response from industries from across the world and this will be game changer for Assam and the state is on the verge of scripting history.”
As per information, corporate honchos, including Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani and Dilip Sanghvi will also be part the over 4,800 delegates coming from across the world to attend the Summit.
Speaking about the ensuing Global Investors’ Summit, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal during a programme on Tuesday said that the first-ever investment summit in Assam is being organized to expedite the process of investment which will lead to economic growth.
“We are organizing Global Investors’ Summit for the first time in the State under the tagline Advantage Assam. We have invited investors to see the potentialities and possibilities in Assam and take best advantage of the business friendly environment,” Sonowal had said.
Capoor said that before calling investments from the investors and industrialists of the country and the world, the Assam government has put in place many policy regimes in several sectors including sports, industry and information & technology.
The Additional Chief Secretary of Industries and Commerce, Assam, Capoor also said that more good hotels will start operations soon.
It may be mentioned that a number of premium hotels have started operations in Guwahati.
The Summit to be held at a total expenditure of Rs 32 crore will witness participation of business leaders and ministers from ASEAN nations, the US, Czech Republic, Germany, Israel, Japan, UAE and others.