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Bizz Buzz Business Conclave ends on a successful note

Shot in the arm for 'Brand Vizag'

Bizz Buzz Business Conclave ends on a successful note

Visakhapatnam: The two-day Bizz Buzz Business Conclave, the first edition in a series of many planned by Hyderabad Media House Limited (HMHL), aimed at showcasing investment opportunities in Andhra Pradesh, turned into a grand success.

The conclave concluded on Saturday was organised by The Hans India and Bizz Buzz published by HMHL in association with the World Trade Center-Visakhapatnam at Hotel Novotel here, the industrial hub of AP. Among others, Mizoram Governor K Haribabu and AP IT & Commerce Minister Gudivada Amarnath attended the valedictory function.

The conclave was successful in generating the buzz on new opportunities available in the areas of tourism, electronics, IT, startup ecosystem, pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, agri food processing, shipbuilding and logistics.

Officials and stakeholders in various fields had a lively discussion to take forward the State endeavour in contributing significantly to India's dream to become a $5 billion economy by 2024-25. The conclave was held in a business-like environment attracting a large number of delegates including students, startups, officials, investors and service providers.

The conclave witnessed sharing of insights by many industry leaders on the opportunities under Atmanirbhar Bharat to leverage technological advances. It turned into another key theme of discussion for digital transformation.

"We thank the organisers for holding the first conclave in the City of Destiny--which will certainly give a fillip to promotion of Brand Vizag," said K Vijay Mohan, president, Tour & Travel Association of Andhra (TTAA). A Vara Prasad Reddy, Chairman, AP Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC) lauded the efforts of Bizz Buzz and The Hans India to showcase investment opportunities in AP and elaborated the initiatives by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to accelerate development by creating a conducive investment climate.

The stakeholders, while appreciating efforts by the Centre and the State to encourage brownfield and greenfield investments, sought periodical review and timely corrective measures to improve Ease of Doing Business (EoDB).

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