In what has become the highlight of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summits held biennially, the Government of Gujarat is organising the Vibrant Gujarat Global Trade Show 2019 (VGGTS 2019), from 17-22 January 2019, at the Exhibition Ground, Gandhinagar. With a new paradigm shift, this Exhibition aims to provide a platform for multi-sector B2B engagements, wherein there will be, inter alia, Buyer – Seller Meets, Reverse Buyer – Seller Meets, Vendor Developments Programmes, Business Networking, Technology Assessment and Strategic Partnerships. Over 1500 Overseas and Domestic Buyers are expected in VGGTS 2019.
Nearly 1.5 million visitors and approximately 3000 International Delegates from over 100 countries are expected at the Exhibition. A replica of Statue of Unity, Bullet Train simulator, Farm-to-Fabric Pavilion and Fashion Show with a focus on ‘Make in India’ and Khadi are some of the attractions at the Trade Show. The Fashion Show in association with Gujarat Chambers of Commerce & Industry (GCCI) will be held at the Sabarmati Riverfront on the evening of 19th January.
Other highlights include a display of Innovation and Technology, particularly Robotics and Laser Cutting,: with an expected participation from most of the countries and Service Sectors: Medicare and Health, Audio Visual Services, ITES and Communication.
VGGTS 2019 will have 15 Partner Countries with Country Pavilions of Canada, France, Japan, Poland, South Korea, Thailand, The Netherland, UAE, South Africa, Sweden, Uzbekistan, Czech Republic, Norway, Australia and Morocco. A large Africa Pavilion will have more than 25 countries representing the continent of Africa including 2 partner countries – Morocco & South Africa.
Pavilions displaying flagship initiatives of Government of India: Make In India, Digital India, Start-up India, Sagarmala, Ayushman Bharat and Indradhanush shall also adorn the Trade Show.
With Government of Gujarat’s thrust on Exports, Trade and Investment Potential for Vibrant Gujarat 2019, some of the major pavilions housed at the VGGTS will be Agro and Food Processing, Automobiles and E Mobility, Banking and Finance, Chemicals and Petrochemicals, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceuticals; Bio Technology, Ceramics, Ports, Transport and Logistics, Power and Renewable, Start-ups and Innovation, Textiles, Travel, Tourism and Hospitality, Urban Infrastructure, Water Treatment and Environment, Education, Skill Development and Engineering.