Naveen Launches Make In Odisha 2022 Web Portal & App In Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday launched the website https://www.mio.investodisha.gov.in and mobile app for Make In Odisha Conclave (MIO) 2022.
Speaking on the occasion, the chief minister urged all the departments to work in close collaboration to ensure the grand success of MIO. Odisha today is ranked among top states of India in terms of live manufacturing investments and has been accorded the “Achiever” status in the recently released “Ease of Doing Business” ratings.
“The Make in Odisha Conclave is a platform for our state to showcase our growth story and present what we have to offer to investors across the globe. It is a platform for industry captains and thought leaders to talk about the outlook of various industrial sectors,” he added.
Chief Secretary Suresh Chandra Mohapatra said all have to make efforts in next 30 days to see that this year’s event becomes even better than two previous ones. The government has tied up with FICCI as national industry partner for the event.
Principal Secretary, Industry Hemant Sharma said there will be 3 conclave days with 20 sessions during the five-day MIO. The investors would get an opportunity to know the state’s industrial prowess and future potential. The government has organised 10 roads shows led by the chief minister in Dubai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad and Bengaluru for the event.
The portal contains all information pertaining to the MIO Conclave ’22. Delegates can get detailed information on the plenary session, thematic sessions, business leadership talks, sectoral sessions and detail of the speakers in the portal. They can also register for the conclave and book travel and accommodation during the visit. The mobile app is now available to all users on the Android, Playstore and Apple Appstore.
The Make In Odisha Conclave is the flagship investor summit of the state government. After its success in 2016 and 2018, the state is organising the third edition at Bhubaneswar from November 30 to December 4.