IIF 2018: MSME entrepreneurs to gather for industrial fair in Jaipur

Entrepreneurs from across the country will gather in the city to participate in the four-day India Industrial Fair 2018 (IIF) […]

   

Entrepreneurs from across the country will gather in the city to participate in the four-day India Industrial Fair 2018 (IIF) scheduled to begin from 5 January, an official said. It will be the fifth edition of the fair, which will be organised by Laghu Udhyog Bharti and micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) department at Jaipur Exhibition and Convention Centre. Entrepreneurs from different states will showcase their products on nearly 800 stalls, Omprakash Mittal, chairperson of the IIF 2018 said at a press conference in Jaipur. Mahendra Khurana, convener of the fair said that nearly 1,500 entrepreneurs were expected to participate and an MSME conclave will be organised for them on 6 January. Chief minister Vasundhara Raje and union MSME minister Giriraj Singh will address the conclave.

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