Indo-Tibetan, Indo-French chambers of commerce confirm participation
Kochi, Aug 25: INKEL is set to host more than 100 delegates including representatives from the Indo-Tibetan Chamber of Commerce and Indo-French Chamber of Commerce at it upcoming ‘Chennai Meet’ where it will outline multiple investment opportunities in Kerala.
INKEL Ltd (Formerly Infrastructure Kerala Limited) is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) model company in which the state government holds 32 per cent stake, with the remaining shared by NRIs and public investors.
The INKEL ‘Chennai Meet’, slated to be held on August 26th at Hotel Westin, will unveil various investment opportunities for companies in its Business Park and other new projects. The event is organised with the support of the Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce.
“The foreign chambers of commerce have shown keen interest in the meet and knowing more about what Kerala has to offer. We are expecting very productive business-to-business meets and are hopeful of bringing a lot of potential investors on board,” said INKEL Managing Director T Balakrishnan.
Delegates representing green-category manufacturing industries, ITES and apparel are among those who have registered for the day-long meet.
INKEL officials will detail the infrastructure facilities on offer, including ready-to-occupy built-up space and developed land in its industrial parks and trade centres in Kerala.
“With the lining up of large scale projects such as Vizhinjam International Seaport, Kochi Metro, Smart City, Kannur International Airport, and the National Optical Fibre Network, we aim to project Kerala as the ideal destination for investment,” said Shri. Balakrishnan.
“As part of the event, we have planned an interactive session for the investors with senior officials from Kerala. Moreover, the participants of the Chennai Meet will be extended a special discount on tariff rate for space at INKEL Business Park,” he added.
INKEL Ltd has introduced a single window system to help entrepreneurs set up their businesses in Kerala. All services, from guidance to implementation, will be taken up by INKEL. The streamlining is expected to revolutionise the industrial sector in Kerala.
INKEL, meanwhile, has also forayed into other areas such as Solar Engineering, Facility Management, Advisory and Consultancy, and Modern Agri Farming.
The meet in Chennai will kick-start a series of similar exercises planned by INKEL in key metropolitan cities including Bengaluru and Mumbai.
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