GUWAHATI, Jun 09: FINER Tripura Chapter, operating under the Ministry of MSME, Government of India, orchestrated an event titled the “Summit of MSMEs in NER for International Cooperation” on June 9. This grand affair unfolded at Agartala’s prestigious Pragna Bhawan, where industry experts and stakeholders from diverse nations convened to explore potential collaborative ventures across various sectors.
Gracing the summit as the esteemed chief guest was Tinku Roy, minister of youth affairs, sports, social welfare, education & labour, representing the Government of Tripura. Eminent speakers hailing from different countries captivated the audience with their profound insights and specialized expertise. Abu Bakar and Abdul Rahman, distinguished representatives from Malaysia’s Westwood Group, shed light on the intricacies of Agarwood processing and production, accentuating the immense potential for collaborative efforts and knowledge exchange within this sector. Thinley Jamtsho, chair of the tourism, hotel, restaurant, and bar association, took the stage to highlight the promising opportunities within the tourism sector. His enlightening presentation illuminated the significance of this industry and underscored the potential for forging partnerships aimed at promoting tourism in the North Eastern Region.
In his address, Robiul Karim, the managing director of The Investor Limited in Bangladesh, emphasized the importance of cooperation between Tripura and Bangladesh. He shared invaluable insights on potential areas of collaboration and the mutual benefits that can be derived from cultivating stronger economic ties. Additionally, Soaib Mridha from Bangladesh elucidated the import and export prospects between India and Bangladesh, imparting valuable information on how to leverage these opportunities for expanding business horizons.
The “Summit of MSMEs in NER for International Cooperation” served as a vibrant platform for networking and constructive dialogue among MSMEs, industry experts, and stakeholders representing various countries. Its primary objectives encompassed fostering robust partnerships, exploring lucrative trade prospects, and facilitating the exchange of knowledge, ultimately contributing to the growth and development of the MSME sector in the North Eastern Region.
The event witnessed enthusiastic participation from enterprising individuals, industry leaders, and government officials, all of whom expressed their wholehearted dedication to enhancing international cooperation and forging enduring partnerships, with the shared aim of unlocking the full potential of the MSME sector in the region.