FAQ`s - Global Exhibition on Services

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Global Exhibition on Services (GES)
 The Government of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry in
association with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and
Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC) is organizing the
Global Exhibition on Services from 23 to 25 April 2015 at Pragati
Maidan, New Delhi.
 The main objective of the Global Exhibition on Services is to
create a global platform for establishing linkages to boost global
trade in services. GES will enhance strategic cooperation and
develop synergies to strengthen multilateral relationships between
all stakeholders, tap the potential for services’ exports and to
increase FDI flow in the services sector.
 There will be deliberation on issues of concern and on ways to
take global services trade to a higher level. The Exhibition would
be a meeting place for countries, for global service sector players
to forge new business relationships and enhance international
trade in services.
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Objectives of GES
Leverage
competiveness for
enhancing exports
Forum for foreign
service suppliers
for selling,
sourcing and
exploring
investment
opportunities
Occasion for
states to showcase
their services
prowess
Showcase India’s
strength in
services sector
Global platform
for trade in
services
Opportunities for
sharing best
practices
OBJECTIVES
Knowledge forum
to discuss latest in
domestic
regulations, policy,
investment and
competition issues
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Highlights
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Inauguration by Shri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of
India
3 Day Exhibition
Participation from more than 40 countries
Service providers will interact and showcase their
strengths
Networking & B2B meetings
Sectoral & Regional Seminars
Venue - Spread over 32,000 square meters at Hall No. 7
to 12A, 14 and 18, Pragati Maidan
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Focus Sectors
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IT & Telecom
Tourism
Media and Entertainment
Healthcare
Logistics
Professional Services (Legal, Architectural, Accountancy,
Banking, Project Exports)
Education
R&D
Space
SME in Services
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What to get at GES?
One-stop
shop
• GES will offer a one-stop-shop for meetings, networking and
collaboration in the services space.
GES, set, go
• GES is the destination for corporate, business persons,
tourists, patients, filmmakers, service providers
Meeting
Place
• The exhibition would be a meeting place for countries, for
global service sector players to forge new business
relationships and enhance international trade in services
International
Interaction
• Interaction among international services sector players,
seminars and dedicated B2B meetings to strike useful
partnerships will be organised under the event.
Alternative
models
• It’s a great expo to look at alternative and emerging business
models especially in the services space.
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Participants Profile
• Corporates from focus services sector with global footprint
• Policy makers from India and Abroad
•Industry- Service Providers and Buyers
•Investment bodies / Banks
•Trade and Industry associations
•Facilitators for services
•PSUs
•Tourism Board
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Venue Map
Recent Developments
 Meeting with Heads of Mission – 27 Jan 2015
 Curtain raiser Press Conference - 27 Jan 2015
Media Coverage
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Thank You

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