The first Indian Business Partnership Summit will be held in Bahrain next week to more cement economic ties bilateral trade.
The summit, organized by India’s PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry will in association with Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions (HCE), is arranged to take place on February on the sidelines of the Gulf Industry Fair at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
The Indian Business allocation to Bahrain will be led by Senior Vice President of the PHD Chamber, Anil Khaitan, along with Indian companies, with diverse business interests with many products and services. Khaitan thought that detailed discussions will be held to more cement the trade and economic ties between Bahrain and India.
The designation led by PHD will feature business leaders elaborate in a variety of sectors such as energy, including solar, financial services, real estate, rural e-commerce, ports and maritime, startups, aluminum, manufacturing, industrial metals (steel and alloys), venture capital funds, logistics, academic and research bodies.
“PHD Chamber is unifying this Summit in Bahrain for the first time. This energy is in great extent due to the co-operation and persistence with our partners HCE in Bahrain,” Khaitan told.
Bahrain and India enjoy excellent bilateral relations branded by strong political, cultural contacts and economic. This positive relationship is seen in the modern trade figures which valued trade between the two countries to be over 1 billion USD.
“The India Business Partnership Summit is the consequence of a vision shared by HCE and PHD Chamber to shape on the bilateral trade and investment currently between India and Bahrain by engaging a wider audience of businesses and entrepreneurs from both countries,” Jubran Abdulrahman, Managing Director of HCE, added.