After the end of pandemic, the business sectors focusing on the recovery of various sectors, the Bengal National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BNCCI) is set to organise the 33rd chapter of Industrial India Trade Fair near New Town Coffee House from February 17 to February 21 this year. This is one of the oldest trade fairs in eastern India, the event will have three different conclaves: skill conclave – district business meet, education for the new millennium and industry conclave
The industry conclave revolving around the theme of vision of the industry in new normal will see a deliberating session among the representatives of various industrial segments, including Credai Bengal President Sushil Mohta and Anindya Chatterjee, a film director, singer and lyricist.
This is for the first time the fair is organised in Rajarhat, according to Tuli Banerjee, Deputy Secretary BNCCI. Earlier the fair that had started way back in 1987 used to be held at the Maidan before it was shifted to Milan Mela ground in 2007 and then to Park Circus Maidan in 2016.
Different organisations, government, private and MSMEs will participate in the fair. BNCCI president Arpan Mitra said, “The chamber has a long history of spearheading the business community of the state in the past 133 years. Bengal is in the forefront of the states in the east, which are likely to be benefited by the fair. This time, we have decided to hold the fair on a ground in Rajarhat, which has been allotted to us by the state government.”
Inputs: Times of India