Kohima, April 04: Starting from April 4, Nagaland will be hosting the three-day B20 conference, which is the final event of B20 in the northeast region. B20 is the official G20 dialogue forum for the global business community.
The Ministry of Commerce & Industry has stated that the conference in Kohima will be attended by 64 overseas delegates from 29 countries, with a focus on exploring opportunities for multilateral business partnerships in agriculture and food processing, tourism, and information technology.
The conference will feature addresses and plenary sessions on these themes, as well as business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-government (B2G) meetings.
The state administration will highlight investment opportunities and major developments in these sectors. On the first day of the conference, there will be a dinner and cultural program, followed by the B20 conference on the second day, and B2B and B2G meetings.
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The state government has also organized excursions and site visits, including a tour of the mini-Hornbill festival, an excursion to a WWII museum, and a visit to a Heritage Village, Kisama Village. The third day will conclude with a trip to the Kohima War Cemetery, and the departure of the participants from Kohima.
The B20 conferences in the North East Region of India are organized in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), the Ministry of External Affairs, and North Eastern State Governments under India’s G20 Presidency.
These conferences are aimed at exploring partnerships among business communities and facilitating economic growth in critical sectors of the economy in the North East.