India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) today inaugurated a new facility, `International Business Lounge', to cater to the rising demand for bilateral trade negotiations and business meets.
Union minister of commerce, industry and textiles Anand Sharma inaugurated the new facility at the Pragati Maidan, in New Delhi today.
Interacting with the media, Sharma complimented ITPO for setting up the International Business Lounge as an additional facility for hosting bilateral trade conferences as well as formal and informal business meetings on the sidelines of trade fairs at Pragati Maidan.
He said there is tremendous global interest in Indian market and such upgraded facilities are important for meaningful business exchanges. He hoped that the lounge would enhance the appeal of the exhibition complex as an ideal centre for holding ancillary events along with the specialised trade exhibitions for an increasing number of business visitors from India and overseas.
With a dedicated conference room supported by quality LED audio-visual system, the lounge offers dining space, pantry services and break out room etc. It also offers three ethnically furnished chambers and VIP rooms for hosting exclusive business meetings on the sidelines of the main conferences. Equipped with Wi-Fi enabled internet connectivity, it is ideally suited for day-long bilateral or special business meets and conclaves involving main sessions and breakaway roundtable meetings, a commerce ministry release said.