World Trade Day 2018 in Nagpur

World Trade Day 2018World trade day 2018 in Nagpur is a big success. The second series of World Trade Day (WTD)  was jointly organized by World Trade Centre Mumbai in association with Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA) on 23rd June 2018 . This series had a special topic on  “Enhancing Export Opportunities for MSMEs”

Experts form Engineering Expert Promotion Council(EEPC), Export-Import Bank of India, Maharashtra Airport Development Company Ltd, Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Intellectual Property Management has participated.

Mr A. O. Kuruvila, Advisor-Trade & Education, World Trade Centre Mumbai in his welcome speech heilighted how World Trade Day is a unique initiative of World Trade Centers and Trade Promotion Organisations across the world. During his spech he also said the moto behind the organization is to create awareness among various aspiring entrepreneurs ,MSMEs, Women entrepreneurs and industry clusters about the significance of international trade for economic development and regional growth.

One of the speaker Mr. Rajat Srivastava, Regional Director – Western Region, Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC) conducted one special session on ‘Potential for Engineering Exports in Nagpur.’ During his speech Mr Gaurav Sarda, Chairman, VIA EXIM Forum said at regular intervals we were organizing programs for the benefits of our members and exporters of our region.

If you are an aspiring entrepreneur and wish to take help form the WTC then you can definitely visit the upcoming conference alerts of  Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA). You can also visit  or subscribe for all upcoming events and conferences of VIA and WTC.

At the beginning Mr. Atul Pande, President, VIA welcome the guest speakers ,Vrushali Khopkar from WTC, Mumbai conducted the proceedings and also proposed a formal vote of thanks. The Program of World Trade Day 2018 in Nagpur, has got excellent response from all exporters, importers, professional and industrialists across the Maharashtra and India. The Event was free to attend and all future activities can be seen at