The Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and West Bengal government will jointly host a mega Asian meet, Horasis, in the city on 26-27 November, a senior ICC official today said.
"Global business Forum-Horasis Asia Meeting will be co-hosted by Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) on November 26 and 27," ICC newly appointed president Shashwat Goenka said.
Horasis - a global visions community committed to enact visions for a sustainable future, provides a unique platform for companies from emerging and developed markets to globalise their organisations.
Delegates from Australia, Europe and the US will also attend the meet, besides Asian CEOs, ICC director general Rajeev Singh said.
The meet is expected to highlight West Bengal in the Asian platform.
The annual Horasis Asia Meeting is Asia's foremost gathering of the region's most senior leaders from business and government and is poised to be the ideal platform to explore and advance regional cooperation, impact investing and sustainable growth, officials said.
ICC is also planning to open an office in south India for the first time this year, Goenka said.
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