The World Trade Centre (WTC) and All India Association of Industries (AIAI) are all set to launch Indiallia 2012, a B2B forum that will help companies in India form alliances with international businesses in over 30 countries. Indiallia 2012, the first forum of its kind in India, will be held at the World Trade Centre, Mumbai, from April 23-25, 2012.
Indiallia is based on the concept of Futurallia, the internationally recognized B2B forum, which has provided several companies across the globe with the opportunity to explore newer markets worldwide.
Indiallia will help form business alliances in several sectors such as agro products, food processing, auto components, services, hospitality, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, infrastructure, energy, gems and jewellery, biotechnology, metallurgy, textiles and logistics.
The forum promises to connect large, medium and small-scale industries, irrespective of their size.
Argentina, Algeria, Australia, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, China, Colombia, USA, France, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Lebanon, Mauritius, Mexico, Nigeria, Nepal, Netherlands, Poland, Qatar, United Kingdom, Russia, Senegal, Sri Lanka and Turkey are scheduled to participate in Indiallia 2012.
“We are bringing Indiallia to India so that all the companies and businesses that have the potential and intent to grow are given the opportunity of meeting with businesses from 30 countries on a platform which offers one to one pre-scheduled, personalised meetings of 30 minutes each, and give their business a boost,” states Vijay Kalantri, president of AIAI.