Keen participation expected from tourism sector
Industries Minister M.C. Sampath said that the second edition of the Global Investors Meet (GIM) will attract more investments when compared to the earlier edition. “We are working round the clock to make the second edition of GIM a successful one. More companies have evinced interest,” the Minister said at a conference on ease of doing business in Tamil Nadu, organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
K. Gnanadesikan, Additional Chief Secretary, Industries, said that this time around, GIM would see more investments from the tourism sector. More than 10 firms have already evinced interest. “Tamil Nadu is a tourist destination with places of historic interest. We welcome big hotels to set up operations here” he added.
M. Velmurugan, Executive Vice Chairman of Investment Promotion, Industrial Guidance and Export Promotion Bureau, highlighted the advantages of investing in Tamil Nadu and told businessmen that the GIM would be an ideal platform for business networking. The first edition of GIM was held in 2015.