Jaipur, June 07, 2016: Mahindra World City Jaipur Ltd (MWC Jaipur), a joint venture between Mahindra Lifespace Developers Limited (MLDL) and Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation (RIICO), recently hosted a delegation of Indian diplomats deputed in seven different nations. The intent of the visit was to meet and interact with MWC Jaipur officials and representatives of companies operational on-site to acquire a deeper understanding of the varied business opportunities present at the integrated business city. The visit was also intended to help the ambassadors promote improved commercial relations and leverage the ‘Make In India’ initiatives between India and the countries of their postings.
The delegation was visiting Rajasthan with a view to familiarize themselves with the unique positioning of the state as a business destination and identify potential investment opportunities. The delegation visiting MWC Jaipur included Honourable Sunil Kumar Lal – Ambassador of India to Brazil, Honourable Ms. Narindra Chauhan – Ambassador of India to Serbia, Honourable Sanjay Rana – Ambassador of India to Azerbaijan, Honourable Harsh Kumar Jain – Ambassador of India to Kazakhstan, Honourable Sunil Jain – Ambassador of India to Kuwait, Honourable Sarvajit Chakravarti – Ambassador of India to Slovenia and Honourable Rahul Kulshreshta – Ambassador of India to Kuwait.
Extending a warm welcome to the delegation, Sanjay Srivastava, Chief Operating Officer, Mahindra World City, Jaipur said, “We are honoured to host such an esteemed delegation at Mahindra World City, Jaipur. We have worked very closely with our stakeholders to establish MWC Jaipur as a preferred business destination for 65+ clients, including MNCs like JCB, Perto, Rexam, Deutsche Bank, Genpact and MetLife, amongst others. The world class plug-n-play infrastructure at MWC Jaipur today offers significant Quick Start advantages to global companies looking to expand their businesses in India.”
The delegation visited MWC Jaipur’s SEZ and DTA zones and interacted with various companies currently operational on-site, including Infosys and JCB. Discussion points included the decision making process involved in choosing Rajasthan and MWC Jaipur for business expansion, experiences in setting up operations at MWC Jaipur, and various advantages therein – strategic location, clearly demarcated zones with ready infrastructure for manufacturing and other industries, reduced time to market and enhanced ease of doing business. The delegation concluded that these factors today place Rajasthan and MWC Jaipur high on the consideration list of global companies seeking to expand their presence in India, while leveraging the ‘Make In India’ opportunity.
MWC Jaipur spans 3,000 acres and encompasses 4 sector-specific SEZs (IT/ITES, Engineering & Related Industries, Handicrafts and Gems & Jewellery) and a Domestic Tariff Area (DTA). Mahindra World City, Jaipur has emerged as one of India’s leading industrial hubs, contributing to the Indian government’s vision of ‘Make in India’ by creating opportunities for industrial growth, skill development, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and employment.
Corporate comm India (CCI Newswire)