The event aims to showcase the potential of design, innovation and sustainability across India’s manufacturing sectors in the coming decade. To mention a few: IT and electronic systems, food processing, construction media and entertainment. While the BIS delegation aims to highlight the business and investment opportunities in Bahrain, build relations and meet potential investors.
The Make in India initiative was launched globally in September 2014, as part of the Government of India’s renewed focus on invigorating the country’s manufacturing sector. The landmark initiative has made a huge impact on the investment climate of the country, and reflects in the significant growth of overall Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
Commenting, BIS Chairman Mr. Mohammed Dadabhai said: “We are delighted to take a part in this important event. We will make an effort to promote the business friendly environment in the kingdom and to attract the Indian companies to invest in Bahrain. Further, this event is an excellent opportunity to strengthen our relations with the businessmen in India”.
The delegation to Make in India Week includes Mr. Mohammed Dadabhai, Mr Khalid Zayani, Mr. Abdulnabi Al Shola, Mr Vijay Baloor, Mr Manoj Bhatia, Mr G.K. Nair and others.