Excellence Awards to North Gujarats Leading Start Up Exporters by iiiEM Back to News & Events List


INDIA’S OPPORTUNITY IN GENERAL

India is recognized and accepted as one of the fastest growing Economy in the World. India has lot many opportunities and possibilities for Exports. With 65% of “young” population we have better chances of an “Exporting Revolution”. Indians have better skills for production, manufacturing and assembling. India, as a Country has initiated great opportunities like “Make in India”, “Skill India” and “Start Up India”, “Digital India” and various others. 

India, for sure, has an edge to once again bring the Golden Bird days Back.

INFORMATION OF THE EVENT

iiiEM –  A Leading Export Import Institute in India has awarded Export
For the last 15 months, iiiEM has been providing Export Import education through its branch in Mehsana. 

Mehsana has major industries and Export businesses. 
Mehsana boasts of its metallurgic Industries, Food & Agro Industries, Milk & Dairy products and other important industries like ONGC and Hitachi. Mehsana tops the chart with production of Fruits & vegetable, tomatoes, potatoes and Fennel & Cumin seeds. 

iiiEM saw this opportunity to set up its branch to impart formal education on Exports and provide proper guidance for Start-up Exporters.
After the success of the last 15 months, today iiiEM would like to award and honor the successful Exporters who have graduated through the education from iiiEM.

CONTENT OF THE EVENT – TOPICS COVERED DURING EVENTS

MAIN POINTS HIGHLIGHTED BY KEYNOTE SPEAKER

1. Mr. Prasad - Director of CED Govt of Guj – On Startups 
To encourage and support young Exporters on their Start up business, CED under GOG has also participated in this event. The ever enthusiastic leader & Director Mr. Prasad is highlighting in his speech the benefits provided by our Government. 

2. Dipak Manohar’s Message: Mission Golden Bird and Opportunities in Exports
The Founder Director of iiiEM talks about his passion to create a paradigm shift in people’s minds to be Exporters, to earn in Foreign Currency and make India richer. Mr. Manohar has started a mission to bring back the “Sone ki Chidiya” days of India through Exports. 

3. Chirag Doshi - IDFC Banks Representative’s Message About Banking and Forex
Banking sector plays a major role in Exports. We have the eminent and very cooperative Bank Manager Mr. Chirag Doshi from IDFC to explain the easy methods of banking for Start-up Exports. 

4. Mahendra Chauhan - Alibaba.com’s Representatives Message: Online Marketing
The greatest of Online Marketing Company of our times, Alibaba also has its presence to promote exports. Alibaba shall talk on all that Exporters need to establish its business through Online Marketing.  Alibaba too is here to encourage the young exporters of Mehsana District with its online services.

To conclude, today’s event is all about:

1. To once again be courageous of starting a business
2. To be a part of the International Trade for Exports
3. Importance and benefits of Online marketing
4. Join the mission Golden Bird – An initiative by iiiEM for making India grow. Grow richer.


You can watch event on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/InternationalInstituteOfImportExportManagement/videos/1431619453529096/


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