Panaji: With just a week left for the Vibrant Goa Summit in the state from October 17-19, organisers of the summit on Wednesday claimed that over 500 international delegates are expected to participate in the mega event at S P Mukhurji stadium. Additionally, 275 booths have already been booked by the business community.
Some of the international delegates attending the summit include Juma Al Kait, the assistant under secretary of foreign trade, UAE, Veronique Moncado, secretary general, Business Club France-India, Ken Vaz, vice president, Babco Foods International, USA, one of the largest food importers in the US and Rajesh Kazi Shrestha, president, Nepal Chamber of Commerce among others.
The summit is expected to have as many as 25 lectures by eminent speakers. Local industry associations that are supporting the event include the GCCI, the Investment Promotion Board of Goa, Goa Management Association, Goa Technology Association, TTTAG, Goa chapters of the Fire and Security Association of India (FSAI), the National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) and the Goa University among others.
“The Vibrant Goa summit will open many windows of opportunities for the business community in Goa. I urge all small and big business persons and entrepreneurs in the state to register for this event by visiting our website,” said Rajkumar Kamat president, Vibrant Goa.
Manoj Caculo, president, GCCI opined, the event presents the state with enormous business opportunities. “Several chambers of commerce from across the world will be represented at the event. We are signing MOUs with at least three countries and are looking forward to interacting with many others,” Caculo said.