Jorhat to hold first Assam Intl Trade & Industrial Fair

Jorhat — The first ever Assam International Trade & Industrial Fair 2015 has been planned at Jorhat, the 2nd largest urban centre of Assam and the centre of North East Region.

With the initiative of the Deptt. of Industries & Commerce, Government of Assam, Federation of Industry and Commerce of North Eastern Region (FINER) is organizing the Assam International Trade & Industrial Fair 2015 in Court Field, Jorhat, Assam from 19th February to 25th February, 2015.

“Jorhat is rapidly developing to become one of the major business & commercial hub of Northeast-India,” says FINER Chairman R.S. Joshi.

Mr Joshi adds, “Concurrent to exhibitions, the fair will provide speaking opportunities in Technical Sessions, participate in training programmes for youth and women, and create brand awareness and support the initiative through “Partner Options’ and stalls/pavilion.

Over 10 Countries, 100 International Participants, 300+ Exhibitors, and some 25000 visitors are expected to participate at the largest International Trade Fair in Northeast India.

Jorhat also serves as the base for tourism to famous places such as the Kaziranga National Park and the world’s largest river island Majuli.

Centrally located and being closer to oil fields and the legacy of tea estates, the town depicts a vibrant Assamese township and culture, making it one of the most preferred places for people to conglomerate.

The town is well equipped with airport, rail connectivity and adequate accommodation for International participants and other Dignitaries.

As a gateway to North-East, Assam serves a population of 40 million Indians and with potential neighbours like Bangladesh and Myanmar having over 70 Million population, we are sure Assam means an important business centre. Strategically, North East India being gateway to the South East Asia as it shares 98% of its international border and could potentially connect virgin markets to propel a new wave of consumerism. END

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