Mr. Debasish Patnaik & Mr. Ayaskanta Mohanty, Members, ‘ Invest Bhubaneswar – Connecting Odisha’, sharing their thoughts and experience on the formation and journey of the initiative. Mr. Nilambar Rath, Editor-in-Chief, OdishaLive, spoke to them on occasion of the 4th Odisha Symposium organised at Hotel Crown, Bhubaneswar, from 20 to 22 December 2013.
Info: The first “Invest Bhubaneswar” event was organized on July 1, 2010 at Palo Alto, CA, USA to connect with Silicon Valley, CA, USA – the innovation capital of the world. A 40-member team from Government of Orissa and private, the largest ever delegation in the history of the state, presented the state to local businesses and investors with an invitation to visit the state in December. Subsequently Invest Bhubaneswar symposium, a follow-up event took place in Bhubaneswar during 18-20th December 2010. In these event eminent speakers, investors, entrepreneurs all around the globe participated and experienced the potential of city and the state.
The Delegates formed the leadership team of Invest Bhubaneswar and took up the cause to promote, facilitate and collaborate with business houses, investors to make Bhubaneswar, the most preferred Investment destination.
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