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Karnataka delegation in London to woo businesses for Global Investors’ Meet

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Bengaluru, Sept 30 (KNN) The Karnataka delegation led by state Minister of Large and Medium Industries, Murugesh R Nirani on Thursday began its Europe roadshows for Global Investors’ Meet (GIM) 2022 in London.

The aim of the European roadshow is to attract large companies to come ‘Build in India’. The state government is offering various initiatives to businesses who are ready to invest in the state.


While presenting the state as an ideal investment destination, Nirani said, “The State of Karnataka offers an excellent industrial ecosystem, world-class infrastructure and industrial-friendly policies. The delegation is here to invite potential investors to the forthcoming Global Investors Meet scheduled in November in Bengaluru.”

“We aim to showcase Karnataka as the go-to destination for investment. With the key themes of resilience, innovation, sustainability and equity, we are committed to setting Karnataka’s development agenda in line with global best practices and showcasing our strong ability to ‘Build for the World’,” he added.

GIM 2022 is a flagship investor event for Karnataka. The purpose of the event is to showcase the robust industrial-friendly ecosystem of Karnataka, attract investments from global players, and spread industrialization across the state.

The Karnataka delegation will meet a host of potential investors in the United Kingdom, France and Germany to invite them to the meet. During the week-long roadshow, the delegation will be meeting the representatives of UKIBC, Field International, Rolls Royce, Incora, Eaton, Hinduja, Schneider Electric, Dassault Systems, Saint Gobain, Infra Week India, Thales, Thyssenkrupp, Henkel, Bayer, and Mittlestand.

Other key persons included in the state delegation are Gunjan Krishna, Commissioner for Industrial Development and Director, Department of Industries & Commerce, along with other senior officials from Karnataka government.  (KNN Bureau)


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