Entrepreneurs and businesses are invited to attend the upcoming BMM 2022 Summit & Expo to explore opportunities for trade, investment and supply chain connections between businesses in Maharashtra, India and North America.
BM2022 takes place on Friday, Aug. 12 and Saturday, Aug. 13 at the Atlantic City Convention Center. The summit, which is expected to draw at least 5,000 attendees, is organized by of Bruhan Maharashtra Mandal of North America (BMM) and hosted by the New Jersey-based nonprofit Marathi Vishwa.
Delegates from the Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture (MACCIA), Maharashtra State, India, NJBIA, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), CHOOSE NJ, and EntryIndia will be there connecting entrepreneurs, manufacturers, distributors and other businesses with opportunities in marketing, manufacturing, acquisitions, technology and more.
The summit offers a B2B marketplace, vendor booths that showcase unique products, networking opportunities, and informative programming on topics such as:
- North America and Maharashtra trade & investment
- Connecting supply chains across Maharashtra and North America
- Business partnerships and collaborations with companies from North America and Maharashtra
- Technology exchange and enablement of Indo-American business growth
- Research and innovation accelerating business growth
- Fueling startups
On Friday, there are opportunities to meet one-on-one with delegates from various companies from India that are looking to do business with U.S. companies. To view the list of companies, their products and services, and to register to meet with their representatives, go here.
For more information about all the events taking place during the the business summit go to www.bmm2022.org/business-summit.
MACCIA is the largest, most influential chamber of commerce in Maharashtra, the second-most populous state in India and the second-most populous country subdivision globally. MACCIA has a leading advocacy role in networking a variety of sectors such as micro, small and medium enterprise MSME businesses, port, water resources, energy, tourism, agriculture, solid waste management and more. Its mission is to promote economic relations between Maharashtra and other states and nations.