The investors’ summit to be held in the first week of October at Dehradun will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister of the country.
Earlier this year, the state celebrated “yoga diwas” successfully in the presence of our honorable Prime Minister.
The state seems to be excited and the preparation for the coming event is going on with full zeal and enthusiasm.
Many mini-conclaves on tourism and wellness and road shows will be organized ahead of the summit to attract investors. It is planned that mini-conclaves on tourism and wellness will be organized in Tehri on August 7, film shooting in Bhimtal (Nainital) on August 10 and finally food processing and automobiles in Rudrapur on August 11.
The Chief Minister informed that this “Destination Uttarakhand: Investors Summit 2018,” would attract investors, producers, manufacturers, policymakers and industrial organizations from around the world. It would generate the employment opportunities for the youth of the state.
The Chief Minister shared his excitement and said that “It will also provide opportunities to the state-based entrepreneurs to tie up with the investors from outside the state and will benefit the both”.
The Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat launched the brand logo and a website for the potential investors for the registration purpose at his official residence. The logo for the summit illustrates the rising sun, which signifies the breeding opportunities and industrial growth in the state. The website www.destinationuttarakhand. would be open from August 15 for registrations.
Mr Rawat said that he expects the young entrepreneurs of the state would become the part of this wonderful platform to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in the state. His govt had been most investment-friendly state and it was even labelled as ‘Ease of Doing Business’ among the Himalayan states.
Uttarakhand CM said “We have an effectively-working single window system. The law and order situation is also much better than other states. The availability of electricity has also increased and the power tariffs are the lowest among all the states in north India. The state has also sufficient availability of skilled manpower”.
Commissioner (Industries) shared that total 12 sectors will be part of the investment, which includes horticulture, herbal and aromatic, food processing, pharmaceuticals, tourism, wellness and Ayush, sericulture and natural fiber, automobiles, IT, film shooting, renewable energy, and biotechnology.
Even roadshows will be organized at Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Mumbai and New Delhi in the month of August.