As an initiative of Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, the SSI Association Kota Small Industries Bharti Kota Unit and the Ministry of MSME of the Government of India will jointly organise the biggest industrial fair of the state from March 4 in Kota.
SSI Kota President Raj Kumar Jain and Secretary Anish Birla have announced the appointment of G.M.A. Chairman Rakesh Jain as the chief organiser of the fair.
Taking place in Kota, this will be the biggest fair of the state to date, with about 400 stalls including various industrial units, startups from the entire country.
A number of central government ministers are also scheduled to attend the fair from March 4 to 6.
A variety of cultural programs including motivational seminars, film artists, industrial workshops, and industrial seminars will be organised throughout the fair each day. Public sector companies from all over the country will come to Kota for the purpose of developing vendors at the fair.
The fair will also feature exhibitions sponsored by the Khadi Development and Village Industries Commission, the National Small Industries Corporation, the Coir Board and the Handloom Department under the Government of India.
This creates a great opportunity for local entrepreneurs and small business owners to connect with these organisations and gain valuable knowledge and resources.
By capitalising on this platform, businesses can demonstrate their offerings to a larger audience and develop long-term relationships with new customers.