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VCCI's Global Trade Show to be held from Dec 1-5

Press Trust of India  |  Vadodara 

The Consulate of the United States, Australia, Indonesia, Rawanda, Turkey, Manitoba and will take part in the five days 'Global Trade Show' to be held in the city from December 1 to 5.

The trade show, organised by the Vadodara Chamber of Commerce and Industries (VCCI), aims to provide a good platform to young entrepreneurs and industrialists who can share their experience and encourage innovations on a global level, VCCI president Nilesh Shukla told PTI.



"We are excited that consulates from the seven countries are participating in the 10th VCCI Global Trade Show. It will putforth Vadodara as a commercial hub of Gujarat," he said.

Over 300 companies from the country and abroad have set up 750 stalls in 13 large structures spread over on 9 lakh sqft area at Navlakhi ground.

Shukla said, "This year, the exhibition moves beyond identifying new business opportunities to identifying new geographies and this global trade show will showcase our ability to match the pace of global transformation in industries and technologies and promote 'Make in India' initiative of the Central government.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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VCCI's Global Trade Show to be held from Dec 1-5

The Consulate of the United States, Australia, Indonesia, Rawanda, Turkey, Manitoba and Canada will take part in the five days 'Global Trade Show' to be held in the city from December 1 to 5. The trade show, organised by the Vadodara Chamber of Commerce and Industries (VCCI), aims to provide a good platform to young entrepreneurs and industrialists who can share their experience and encourage innovations on a global level, VCCI president Nilesh Shukla told PTI. "We are excited that consulates from the seven countries are participating in the 10th VCCI Global Trade Show. It will putforth Vadodara as a commercial hub of Gujarat," he said. Over 300 companies from the country and abroad have set up 750 stalls in 13 large structures spread over on 9 lakh sqft area at Navlakhi ground. Shukla said, "This year, the exhibition moves beyond identifying new business opportunities to identifying new geographies and this global trade show will showcase our ability to match the pace of global ... The Consulate of the United States, Australia, Indonesia, Rawanda, Turkey, Manitoba and will take part in the five days 'Global Trade Show' to be held in the city from December 1 to 5.

The trade show, organised by the Vadodara Chamber of Commerce and Industries (VCCI), aims to provide a good platform to young entrepreneurs and industrialists who can share their experience and encourage innovations on a global level, VCCI president Nilesh Shukla told PTI.

"We are excited that consulates from the seven countries are participating in the 10th VCCI Global Trade Show. It will putforth Vadodara as a commercial hub of Gujarat," he said.

Over 300 companies from the country and abroad have set up 750 stalls in 13 large structures spread over on 9 lakh sqft area at Navlakhi ground.

Shukla said, "This year, the exhibition moves beyond identifying new business opportunities to identifying new geographies and this global trade show will showcase our ability to match the pace of global transformation in industries and technologies and promote 'Make in India' initiative of the Central government.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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VCCI's Global Trade Show to be held from Dec 1-5

The Consulate of the United States, Australia, Indonesia, Rawanda, Turkey, Manitoba and will take part in the five days 'Global Trade Show' to be held in the city from December 1 to 5.

The trade show, organised by the Vadodara Chamber of Commerce and Industries (VCCI), aims to provide a good platform to young entrepreneurs and industrialists who can share their experience and encourage innovations on a global level, VCCI president Nilesh Shukla told PTI.

"We are excited that consulates from the seven countries are participating in the 10th VCCI Global Trade Show. It will putforth Vadodara as a commercial hub of Gujarat," he said.

Over 300 companies from the country and abroad have set up 750 stalls in 13 large structures spread over on 9 lakh sqft area at Navlakhi ground.

Shukla said, "This year, the exhibition moves beyond identifying new business opportunities to identifying new geographies and this global trade show will showcase our ability to match the pace of global transformation in industries and technologies and promote 'Make in India' initiative of the Central government.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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