International Participation at Global Exhibition on Services 2017
Over 70 countries participation at GES 2017
‘Services Sector is the sector of the current Millennium’
- Shri Pranab Mukherjee,
Hon’ble President of India at GES 2016
Global Exhibition on Services is an annual flagship event where Skills, Expertise and Capabilities from 70 countries converge under one roof.
3rd Global Exhibition on Services (GES) is not just an exhibition – it is a large congregation of Government Bodies, Government Departments and Agencies, Private and Public Sector Undertakings, Corporate Sector, Startup Companies, Trade and Industry Associations, Service Providers, Facilitators for Services, Embassies, Buyers and Media.
The highlight of 3rd Global Exhibition on Services is 20 Focus Sectors coming under one roof. This is where a Services Trade Stakeholder from India and various countries can scout for different Services, trade capabilities and forge joint ventures and other forms of trade ties.
An exhibition area spread over 42,000 sq. mts, 3rd Global Exhibition on Services will have dedicated pavilions showcasing strengths and achievements in sectors such as Banking and Financial Services, IT and IT Enabled services, Media and Entertainment, Education, Logistics, Space and Sports Services, Facility Management, Railway Services, E-commerce, Healthcare and Tourism.
Participation of more than 400 leading companies from India and various other countries.
Business to Business (B2B) / Business to Government (B2G) / Government to Government (G2G) meetings will be facilitated by CII Online Business Resource Centre. Delegates and participants from all over the world can register and fix meetings online prior to the event. The meetings will take place at designated areas at the GES 2017 venue.
20 Knowledge Sessions and Conferences scheduled on 18th, 19th and 20th April at the GES 2017 venue will create newer ideations, concepts and identify gaps in the Services Sector so as to synergize global initiatives to bring in more services into the global trade.
A Food Court, Handicraft Haat and Folk Dances highlighting the rich culture and heritage of India are big attractions at this years’ Global Exhibition on Services.
For India, this is an ideal platform to showcase the phenomenal growth of our Services Sector and export capabilities. The spotlight will be on International Services Sector and ways to increase India’s share in global services export in key areas.
Tremendous response from countries from all over the world with confirmation from China as Focus Country.