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Read the investment perspectives of prominent industrialists at the BGBS

  • Diverse sectors, including hospitality, IT, and education, witness substantial investments and collaborative efforts
  • Continuous support from Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is recognized and appreciated by industrial leaders
  • Bengal's progress and potential make it an attractive long-term destination for businesses

21 Nov 2023
Read the investment perspectives of prominent industrialists at the BGBS

In a robust display of commitment to Bengal's economic resurgence, prominent industrialists, including Harsh Neotia, Sanjiv Puri, Rishad Premji, and Sanjeev Goenka, shared their investment perspectives at the ongoing Bengal Global Business Summit (BGBS).

Harshavardhan Neotia, the chairman of the Ambuja Neotia Group highlighted,"I and my business have grown up in Kolkata. We are at your service in the hospitality sector. It is our endeavor to do a lot of work in the hotel sector. We are working with Taj Hotel Group at 6 places including Digha, Sundarban. This will boost tourism. The tea industry is also working under the leadership of CM. It is my wish that Bengal gets more and more opportunities in the field of tourism."

While the Managing Director of ITC, Sanjiv Puri was heard saying "I and my business have grown up in Kolkata. We are at your service in the hospitality business. It is our endeavor to do a lot of work in the hotel sector. We are working with Taj Hotel Group at 6 places including Digha, Sundarban. This will boost tourism. The tea industry is also working under the leadership of CM. It is my wish that Bengal gets more and more opportunities in the field of tourism."

The founder and chairman of RPSG Group, Sanjeev Goenka said "Today is a proud moment. This is my birthplace and workplace. The amount of investment made in Bengal in the last several years is a record in itself. CM is transparent and full of cooperation. CM is keen to invest here. We generate energy. World class schools and hospitals are opening in Bengal. We are proud that we are from Bengal."

"There is a lot of potential for IT in Bengal. We enjoy doing work in Bengal.  Wipro is getting profit in business. Two new campuses will be built. In Salt Lake and Rajarhat. There will be an investment of Rs 4 thousand crores where 10 thousand children will study. Mamata Banerjee personally looks after the industrialists. The atmosphere here is very good. Many units from Wipro are running successfully here. It is a long term destination place," said Rishat Premji, Executive Chairman of Wipro.

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