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1 THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC SUMMIT PRESENTATION

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11 We are one of the leading TRADE PROMOTION ORGANIZATIONSWe are one of the leading TRADE PROMOTION ORGANIZATIONS Excellent REPUTATION AND EXPERIENCE in organizing INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FORUMSExcellent REPUTATION AND EXPERIENCE in organizing INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FORUMS Work in alliance with GOVERNMENT AGENCIES at the CENTRE & STATE LEVELS as well as INTERNATIONAL TRADE ORGANIZATIONS and GOVERNMENT AGENCIES in over 70 COUNTRIESWork in alliance with GOVERNMENT AGENCIES at the CENTRE & STATE LEVELS as well as INTERNATIONAL TRADE ORGANIZATIONS and GOVERNMENT AGENCIES in over 70 COUNTRIES ABOUT US

12 PLANNERS & CO-ORDINATORS of information through RESEARCH FROM PRIMARY RESOURCESPLANNERS & CO-ORDINATORS of information through RESEARCH FROM PRIMARY RESOURCES Provide STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES for hosting SUMMITS, CONFERENCES, SEMINARS & TRADE SHOWSProvide STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES for hosting SUMMITS, CONFERENCES, SEMINARS & TRADE SHOWS ABOUT US

13 A STRATEGIC ROUTE IMPORTANCE OF CLUSTERS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT IS CONDUCIVE IN BRIDGING SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMBALANCE OF THE REGION

14 A STRATEGIC ROUTE INDUSTRY CLUSTERS ARE AN ECONOMIC NECESSITY, AS THEY CONTRIBUTE 2/3 rd OF THE MANUFACTURED EXPORTS & 40% OF THE COUNTRYS INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT IMPORTANCE OF CLUSTERS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

15 A STRATEGIC ROUTE CONTRIBUTES TO THE ECONOMY EVEN DURING THE GLOBAL CRISIS MORE INDUSTRY CLUSTERS ARE DEVELOPING IMPORTANCE OF CLUSTERS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

16 A STRATEGIC ROUTE ACTS AS A CATALYST FOR OVERALL GROWTH OF REGIONS IMPORTANCE OF CLUSTERS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

17 A STRATEGIC ROUTE FOSTERS EMPLOYMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP INNOVATION TECHNOLOGY & INVESTMENTS IMPORTANCE OF CLUSTERS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

18 A STRATEGIC ROUTE CLUSTERS PERFORM WELL DUE TO FACTORS SUCH AS PROXIMITY TO SOURCES OF RAW MATERIAL, SUPPLIERS, BUSINESS PARTNERS & BETTER CO-ORDINATION BETWEEN MEMBERS IMPORTANCE OF CLUSTERS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

19 POTENTIAL INDUSTRY SECTORS IN INDIA EXPERIENCING HIGH CORPORATE & OVERSEAS INVESTMENTS

20 AGRO & FOOD COMMODITIES Over 6% of Indias food / vegetables / grains are wasted due to lack of processing technologies. Explore the possibilities for partnerships in food / agro technologies.

21 CHEMICALS & PHARMACEUTICALS India is a leader in pharmaceutical generic, bulk drugs and APIs, agro chemicals / organic and inorganic chemicals.

22 ELECTRONICS & ENGINEERING Government of India has initiated a project in Vietnam to set-up an electronic cluster along with the DMIC.

23 ENERGY & POWER European Union, America & Russia to share experiences as India needs these resources for development.

24 ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY India is developing rapidly to cut the carbon foot print by adapting clean technology.

25 ENGINEERING & AUTOMOTIVE India is emerging as a new Detroit of Asia as the largest passenger vehicle producer in the World.

26 ENTERTAINMENT Bollywood, a perfect example of entertainment the growing demand for entertainment in India and the neighbouring regions of Asia.

27 INNOVATION Bright young entrepreneurs are innovating newer business at the click of a button most of them are located in cluster.

28 FOUNDRY & FORGING INDUSTRY India boosts one of the largest casting, forging complex in the world.

29 IT-ICT Technology connects Indian businesses to the world.

30 JEWELLERY & HANDICRAFTS Indian Jewellery & Handicrafts are in demand all over the world for their design, uniqueness and exceptional quality.

31 LEATHER & LEATHER GOODS India is the supplier of best quality leather to the world from its tanneries spread across Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.

32 TEXTILES & GARMENTS India is a leader in supplies of knitwear, hosiery, woollen garments and synthetic fabrics and fibres.

33 WINERY INDUSTRY Indias fine wine is now on the dining table of Europe, Australia and Asia.

34 AERONAUTICS Indigenous, avionics makers are now competing with the world to supply components and are emerging as suppliers for defense manufactures.

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37 CURRENT PERCEPTIONS EASY MARKET ACCESS INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN SKILL INTENSIVE EFFECTIVE SUPPLY CHAIN BETTER INFRASTRUCTURE VISIBILITY & BRANDING OUTSOURCING CHANNEL

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39 THE SUMMIT A 3-DAY HANDS ON PROGRAMME, WILL PROVIDE UNIQUE OPPORTUNITIES FOR CLUSTERS FROM DIFFERENT NATIONS TO ENGAGE IN DIALOGUES, EXCHANGE SHARED INTERESTS AND EXPERIENCE THE TRUE VALUE OF CLUSTERS IN A GLOBALIZED ECONOMY.

40 THE SUMMIT THE SUMMIT ATTEMPTS TO EMPHASIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF INDUSTRY CLUSTERS AMONGST THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY, REGULATORS, GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. 3 KEY PLAYERS

41 A PLATFORM TO ENGAGE in business SHARE best practices EXPAND trade activities FACILITATE commercial alliances UPGRADE technology PROMOTE skill development

42 HIGHLIGHTS Government PoliciesGovernment Policies FinanceFinance TechnologyTechnology InnovationInnovation Product OutsourcingProduct Outsourcing BrandingBranding THE SUMMIT GIVES A VALUABLE INSIGHT ON

43 HIGHLIGHTS Supply ManagementSupply Management LogisticsLogistics Skill DevelopmentSkill Development MarketingMarketing Quality StandardsQuality Standards Best PracticesBest Practices and other issues relevant to clusters in India and Overseas THE SUMMIT GIVES A VALUABLE INSIGHT ON

44 SUMMIT FEATURES FOR MORE INTERACTIVE AND BETTER UNDERSTANDING ON CLUSTERS, THE SUMMIT HAS ORGANIZED

45 SUMMIT FEATURES Focuses on how to apply the principles and concept of cluster management. Experts will present case studies. Share perspectives on – Policies, Marketing, Innovation & Technology, Skill Development.

46 SUMMIT FEATURES Workshops – leading consultants, stakeholders, cluster managers, facilitators and financial consultants will – SHARE PRACTICAL ADVICESHARE PRACTICAL ADVICE EXPERIENCES & CASE STUDIESEXPERIENCES & CASE STUDIES STRATEGIES & BEST PRACTICESSTRATEGIES & BEST PRACTICES CLUSTER PLANNING & MANAGEMENTCLUSTER PLANNING & MANAGEMENT NEW INITIATIVESNEW INITIATIVES COLLABORATIONS / ALLIANCESCOLLABORATIONS / ALLIANCES

47 SUMMIT FEATURES Focus Sectors FOOD & AGROFOOD & AGRO ENGINEERING & AUTOENGINEERING & AUTO CHEMICALS & PHARMACHEMICALS & PHARMA BIO-TECHNOLOGY & LIFE SCIENCESBIO-TECHNOLOGY & LIFE SCIENCES TEXTILES & GARMENTSTEXTILES & GARMENTS JEWELLERY & HANDICRAFTSJEWELLERY & HANDICRAFTS LEATHER & LEATHER GOODSLEATHER & LEATHER GOODS IT-ICTIT-ICT

48 SUMMIT FEATURES Business meetings (B2B meets) will be pre-scheduled. Facilitate cluster to cluster business collaboration. Provide the perfect ground for speed dating.

49 SUMMIT FEATURES The ideal platform for CLUSTERSCLUSTERS ENTREPRENEURSENTREPRENEURS INSTITUTIONSINSTITUTIONS BANKERSBANKERS OTHER CLUSTER STAKEHOLDERSOTHER CLUSTER STAKEHOLDERS

50 SUMMIT FEATURES Guided tours will be organized to select Indian clusters like – LEATHER CLUSTERLEATHER CLUSTER TEXTILE CLUSTERTEXTILE CLUSTER AUTO CLUSTERAUTO CLUSTER ENGINEERING CLUSTERENGINEERING CLUSTER WINE CLUSTERWINE CLUSTER

51 SUMMIT FEATURES To encourage high standards of competitiveness, the Summit will recognize clusters for their excellence in Cluster Management.

52 APPROACH Deliberations on POLICIES, MARKETING, FINANCE & TECHNOLOGY Cross-continent EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION & BEST PRACTICES Role of INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY in Clusters ACHIEVING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES for product improvisation POSITIONING CLUSTERS in the global market place FACILITATING INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION between clusters

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64 DIGNITARIES MR. K.H. MUNIYAPPAMinister of State, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India MR. MADHAV LALSecretary, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India MR. AMARENDRA SINHAAdditional Secretary & Development Commissioner, Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India Development Commissioner, Government of Maharashtra Development Commissioner, Government of Karnataka MR. SAM PITRODAAdviser to PM on Public Innovation, Information and Infrastructure FROM INDIA

65 DIGNITARIES MR. H. P. KUMARChairman, National Small Industries Corporation MR. KRISHNA LALDirector UNIDO, Centre for South Industrial Cooperation MR. HEMANT VERMASenior Consultant, UNIDO MR. RAJENDRA JAGDALEDirector General & CEO, (Science and Technology Park), University of Pune DR. PRADEEP BAVADERKARMD, MITCON FROM INDIA

66 DIGNITARIES MR. MUHAMMAD NSERECO, Member of the Parliament of Uganda Association Prof. Barnabas Nawangme, Cluster programme MR. ALAIN JUILLET Economic Intelligence MR. JOCHUM S. HAAKMA HAAKMA Global Director Business Development TMF Group MR. ALOYS MALEKELACluster Facilitator, Tourism & Cultural Heritage Cluster PROF. PETER ONWUALURaw Materials Research & Development Council DR. OBASIRaw Materials Research & Development Council DR. LARS K. EKLUND EKLUND PhD, Founder & Chairman, Scandinavian Competitiveness Group AB Ltd Ministry of Trade & Economy FROM OVERSEAS

67 DIGNITARIES MR. IFOR FFOWCS WILLIAMSCEO, Cluster Navigators Ltd. MR. FABRIZIO CONICELLA CONICELLA Biotech Cluster, Italy & Council of European Bioregions MR. TOM KENYONMinister for Manufacturing, Innovation and Trade and Minister for Small Business PROF. DR. PABLO COLLOZZO COLLOZZO Austrian Clusters MR. ROCIO PRADOSintonia MR. SAMUEL MOLIPresident, Centre National de Promotiondes Exchanges (CNPE) Speakers from the Food Processing and IT/Media Sectors MR. ANTWERP CATHY BERX Governor MR. KRYS TOWSKI President & CEO, Polish Defence Holding FROM OVERSEAS

68 PROGRAMME AGENDA REGISTRATIONREGISTRATION INAUGURATION OF EXHIBITIONINAUGURATION OF EXHIBITION SUMMIT INAUGURAL SESSIONSUMMIT INAUGURAL SESSION PLENARY SESSIONPolicies | Finance | Marketing | R&DPLENARY SESSIONPolicies | Finance | Marketing | R&D PARALLEL WORKSHOPS Chemical | Pharma & Cosmetics | Engineering & AutomotiveAgro & Food Processing | IT & Electronics | Textiles Handicrafts & JewelleryPARALLEL WORKSHOPS Chemical | Pharma & Cosmetics | Engineering & AutomotiveAgro & Food Processing | IT & Electronics | Textiles Handicrafts & Jewellery GOVERNMENT TO BUSINESS MEETINGSGOVERNMENT TO BUSINESS MEETINGS BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MEETINGSBUSINESS TO BUSINESS MEETINGS WELCOME RECEPTIONWELCOME RECEPTION MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 PROGRAMMETOPICS

69 PROGRAMME AGENDA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2013 PROGRAMMETOPICS PLENARY SESSIONMarketing & Branding | Innovation & Technology Best PracticesPLENARY SESSIONMarketing & Branding | Innovation & Technology Best Practices GLOBAL MARKET NETWORK PLACEMarketing & Branding | Finance | Technology Designing & Packaging | LogisticsGLOBAL MARKET NETWORK PLACEMarketing & Branding | Finance | Technology Designing & Packaging | Logistics BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MEETINGSBUSINESS TO BUSINESS MEETINGS CLUSTER AWARDSCLUSTER AWARDS VALEDICTORY SESSIONVALEDICTORY SESSION

70 PROGRAMME AGENDA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 PROGRAMME CLUSTER VISITSCLUSTER VISITS

71 PARTICIPATION FEE FEES SUMMIT ` 7,000 or US $ 150 Participation in the Conference / WorkshopsSUMMIT ` 7,000 or US $ 150 Participation in the Conference / Workshops Additional12.36% Service TaxB2B Meetings All official lunches and dinners EXHIBITION 6 sq. mtr. stall at` 30,000 or US $ 575Participation of One Delegate in the Conference / WorkshopsEXHIBITION 6 sq. mtr. stall at` 30,000 or US $ 575Participation of One Delegate in the Conference / Workshops Desk Space at`15,000 or US $ 285B2B Meetings Additional12.36% Service TaxAll official lunches and dinners

72 OVERVIEW GUARANTEE A SEAMLESS ORGANIZATION OF THE SUMMIT ENSURE THAT THE OBJECTIVES OF THE SUMMIT ARE MET BENEFIT FROM THE EXPERTISE OF STAKEHOLDERS WORLDWIDE PROVIDE EXTENSIVE PUBLICITY & BRANDING SHOWCASE CLUSTER PRODUCTS & SERVICES CONNECT WITH CLUSTERS

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74 504 – Uttar Pradesh: Handloom 340 – Orissa: Brass 322 – West Bengal: Terracotta 314 – Gujarat: Embroidery 310 – Maharashtra: Winery 258 – Andhra Pradesh: Rice Mills 251 – Madhya Pradesh: Leather 225 – Karnataka: Power loom 225 – Tamil Nadu: Engineering 198 – Rajasthan: Marbles TOP 10 STATES UTTAR PRADESH ORISSA WEST BENGAL GUJARA T MAHARASHTR A ANDHRA PRADESH MADHYA PRADESH KARNATAKA TAMIL NADU RAJASTHAN AROUND 6400 CLUSTERS OUT OF WHICH 4259 CLUSTERS HAVE BEEN MAPPED (2010 EST.) SOURCE: Clusters in India Published by Foundation for MSME Clusters

75 INDIAN CLUSTERS – Ludhiana: Knitwear 7435– Panipat: Made ups 7200– Tirupur: Cotton Knitwear 6000– Surat: Sarees 2039– Delhi: Readymade 2190– Rajkot: Engineering 1290– Ahmedabad: Pharmaceutical 1195– Chennai: Leather TOP 8 CLUSTERS LUDHIANA PANIPA T TIRUPU R SURAT DELHI RAJKOT AHMEDABAD CHENNAI SOURCE: Clusters in India Published by Foundation for MSME Clusters

76 GLOBAL CLUSTERS FINLANDFINLAND ITALYITALY NORWAYNORWAY SPAINSPAIN CANADACANADA US-GEORGIAUS-GEORGIA JAPANJAPAN KOREAKOREA INDIAINDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain LATIN AMERICA

77 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY NORWAY SPAIN CANADA US-GEORGIA JAPAN INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND KOREA LATIN AMERICA

78 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY NORWAY SPAIN CANADA US-GEORGIA JAPAN INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND KOREA Silicon Valley, Dairy, Innovation, Science, Technology, Mining & ICT LATIN AMERICA

79 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY NORWAY SPAIN CANADA US-GEORGIA JAPAN KOREA INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND KOREAKOREA Ship Building, Automobiles, Semiconductors, Steel, Textiles LATIN AMERICA

80 GLOBAL CLUSTERS NORWAY SPAIN CANADA US-GEORGIA JAPAN KOREA INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND ITALYITALY ICT, Advanced Mechanics, Aerospace Technology, Agro Industry, Bio-agro, Fishery, Renewable Energy and Environmental Technology, LATIN AMERICA

81 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY NORWAY SPAIN CANADA US-GEORGIA KOREA INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND JAPANJAPAN ICT, Environmental Technology, Bio-tech, IT, Nano Technology, Life Sciences LATIN AMERICA

82 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY NORWAY SPAIN CANADA US-GEORGIA JAPAN KOREA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND INDIAINDIA Knitwear, Textiles, Auto Components, Leather, Pharmaceuticals, Engineering, Brassware LATIN AMERICA

83 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY NORWAY SPAIN CANADA JAPAN KOREA INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND US-GEORGIAUS-GEORGIA Engineering, Bio-tech, Behavioral Neurosciences, Life Sciences, Packaging Research LATIN AMERICA

84 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY NORWAY CANADA US-GEORGIA JAPAN KOREA INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND SPAINSPAIN Energy, Aeronautics, Machine Tools, Automotives, Tele-communication, Ship Building, Household Appliances LATIN AMERICA

85 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY NORWAY SPAIN US-GEORGIA JAPAN KOREA INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND CANADACANADA Technology, Biomedical, Nanotechnology, Ocean Technology, Nutri Sciences, Life Sciences LATIN AMERICA

86 GLOBAL CLUSTERS ITALY SPAIN CANADA US-GEORGIA JAPAN KOREA INDIA SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain FINLAND NORWAYNORWAY Automotive, Mobile Communication, Aero-space, Food Processing, Seafood, Plastic, Tourism LATIN AMERICA

87 GLOBAL CLUSTERS SOURCE: TCI Network, Spain IT, Energy Technology, Bio and Environmental Technology, ICT, Metal and Maintenance, Chemistry, Food Industry ITALY NORWAY SPAIN CANADA US-GEORGIA JAPAN KOREA INDIA FINLANDFINLAND LATIN AMERICA

88 CONTACT US ALL INDIA ASSOCIATION OF INDUSTRIES New Excelsior Building, A. K. Nayak Marg, Fort, Mumbai India. Tel WORLD TRADE CENTRE Centre 1 Building, 31st Floor, WTC Complex, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai India. Tel REGISTER ON

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