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"Make In India Week", 13th - 18th February 2016 - Mumbai

'Make in India' is a major Indian initiative designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure in India. 'Make in India' aims at propelling the Indian economy by forging global engagement with the Indian industry in the form of partnerships and investments. The initiative was launched in September 2014.

The "Make in India Week" scheduled from 13th to 18th February 2016 will be launched by the  Honourable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, on 13th February 2016.

The "Make in India Week" will showcase the potential of design, innovation and sustainability across India's focus sectors through a series of highly visible outreach initiatives. These focus sectors comprise defense and aerospace, automobiles and auto components, chemicals and petrochemicals, construction equipment, materials and technology, food processing, infrastructure development, IT & electronics, industrial equipment and machinery, pharmaceuticals, textiles, micro and small & medium enterprises.

The highlights of the "Make-in-India Week" include a CNN-Asia Business Forum comprising a series of seminars, CXO meetings, round table discussions and networking events on investment opportunities and economic challenges, and a "Make in India Center" with dedicated country pavilions in the exhibition area for companies already manufacturing or planning to invest in India, amongst others. The most innovative products and manufacturing processes that have been developed in India will also be featured at the exhibition.

The "Make-in-India Week" will also be a platform for connecting with Indian companies, Indian and Global Industry leaders, innovators, designers, start-up urban planners, architects and leading Government, industry experts and academicians, and representatives of central and state administrations.

Brochures for the event may be downloaded under the following links: Make In India Week / Make In India Centre.

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