Glorious India, the Mega Trade Expo, is scheduled on 27-28 May 2017 at New Jersey USA. The event is designed to facilitate promotion of Indian businesses in USA, one of the strongest economies in the world. It is organized by Praveg Communications Limited, the prominent name in the event management companies of India with over 16 years of experience in organizing about 600 national and international events. Praveg had successfully organised Glorious Gujarat USA last year in New Jersey, USA, which witnessed over 15,000 visitor footfall and participation of about 100 exhibitors.
Glorious India has received support from several US-based Indian State Community Organizations. Among them are NATA (North American Telugu Association), RANA (Rajasthan Association of North America), CAB (Cultural Association of Bengal, North America), Maharashtra Mandal, New York, Gujarati Samaj of New York, Kannada Cultural Organization and Orissa Society of Americas. Over 25,000 NRI visitors will attend this 2-day event that is focused on promoting businesses of Indian exporters to the US market. Many Chambers of Commerce from India have also lent their support to Glorious India.
The Exposition has planned five sector-specific pavilions i.e. Garments, Handicrafts, Gems & Jewellery, Indian Real Estate properties and Indian Tourism Products to cater to the strong demand of NRIs and American trade for these products categories. Other sectors like Food products, Engineering products, etc will also witness significant participation in this Indian Trade Expo. The event will showcase vision, development policies and achievements of Government of India and the State organisations in its exclusive Government Pavilion – Pride of India. One of the major highlights of Glorious India Expo is the Superwomen Pavilion at the Expo which will witness participation of women entrepreneurs from India.
A special cultural programme at Glorious India Expo will witness congregation of Indian talents from India and the US, and demonstration of some stupendous performances to the august audience comprising NRI guests, US trade fraternity, political dignitaries from India and the US, and artists from both the countries.