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All you need to know about the ongoing Global Investors Meet 2015

Sep 07th, 2015

The Tamil Nadu Global Investors’ Meet 2015 (TNGIM) is set to take place in Chennai on September 9 and 10 at the Chennai Trade Centre.

Aim of TNGIM

An event by the state government, this year’s meet in Chennai is expected to attract an investment of Rs 100,000 crore in Tamil Nadu. This would boost the state’s economy. The key industries which the state government is targeting includes automobile, manufacturing, telecom, electronic companies, pharmaceuticals, and even services.

Why invest in Tamil Nadu

According to the state government these are the ten reasons why an investor should invest in the state:

  • An economic powerhouse on a high growth trajectory
  • A global industrial and manufacturing hub
  • Robust physical infrastructure
  • Renewable energy capital of India
  • Innovation and Knowledge hub of India
  • Robust urban and social infrastructure with world class civic amenities
  • Strong tourism footprint
  • Path breaking policy initiatives and investor facilitation framework
  • New paradigm for industrial growth
  • Vision 2023 for inclusive growth and development
  • Event Agenda

    Take a look at the event agenda here - http://tamilnadugim.com/event-agenda

    India’s corporate leaders participation

    According to a report in The Hindu, many corporate leaders from India will be part of this event. They include, B N Goenka from Welspun Group; Raghupati Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director, JK Tyre & Industries; ICICI Bank Chief Chanda Kochhar; Chairman and Managing Director of JSW Group Sajjan Jindal; HCL founder Shiv Nadar; Venu Srinivasan, Chairman and Managing Director of TVS Motor Company; K M Mammen, Chairman and Managing Director of MRF; Indian Oil Corporation Chairman B Ashok; and the CII national chairman and Nasscom president. Senior management from the Murugappa Group, Apollo Hospitals and ITC Group will also take part.

    International Participation

    The TNGIM 2015 will see more than 1,000 delegates from abroad. The event organisers have partnered with eight countries – Australia, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, Korea, Russia, Singapore and the United Kingdom. More than 30 non-partner countries are also sending delegates for the mega-event. Hoardings and display boards have been put up at airports in London, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai and Abu Dhabi to make investors aware of the meet. Road shows have also been held in various countries like Germany and Korea.

    TNGIM gets digital media savvy

    Rs 100 crore has been ear-marked for the TNGIM 2015 and with the digital age, the event has gotten onto the Internet (tamilnadugim.com) and social media as well. An app - Tamil Nadu GIM - that will provide live updates has been launched. A social media team is also going to tweet, blog and give live updates.

    Lead up to the Tamil Nadu Government’s Vision 2023

    The state government has targeted $250 billion as investment for infrastructure development in 2023 and set to become the numero uno state in India. Nearly 80% of this infrastructure investment has been planned in the areas of energy, transport, water supply, industrial/commercial activities and urban infrastructure. So far, 217 high priority projects have already been identified by the government. The vision is for the state to provide to its residents, high quality infrastructure comparable with the best in the world while increasing the per capita income and a high standard of social development.

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    Sept 2015

    Global Investors
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    Venue:
    Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
    Event Registration

    10 Reasons to Choose Tamil Nadu

    • An economic powerhouse on a high growth trajectory
    • A global industrial and manufacturing hub
    • Robust physical infrastructure
    • Renewable energy capital of India
    • Innovation and Knowledge hub of India
    • Robust urban and social infrastructure with world class civic amenities
    • Strong tourism footprint
    • Path breaking policy initiatives and investor facilitation framework
    • New paradigm for industrial growth
    • Vision 2023 for inclusive growth and Development