Director General & CEO
October 9, 2014
Seminars on Business Opportunities with Asian Development Bank (ADB)
We are pleased to inform that FIEO in association with Asian Development Bank (ADB) is organizing Business Opportunity Seminars (BOS). Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM Bank), FICCI, CII, Builders Association of India (BAI), National Highway Builders Federation (NHBF) and Consultancy Development Center (CDC) are collaborating.
The BOS schedule is as follows:
November 24, 2014 : New Delhi
November 26, 2014 : Hyderabad
November 28, 2014 : Kolkata
December 02, 2014 : Mumbai
(full details are mentioned in the enclosed flyer)
The objective of the Seminar is to provide information to participants on (i) access to national and international business opportunities under ADB projects in India and other ADB member countries, (ii) specific national and international procurement opportunities in the near future under ADB projects, and (iii) ADB’s policies and procedure for procurement and consultant selection. The seminar will also provide an opportunity for participants to make individual queries to procurement specialists from ADB Headquarters (Philippines).
The ADB resource envelope for the period 2014-2016 is expected to be approximately US $22 billion annually, including about US $2 billion for India. ADB operations in India and other developing member countries provide good business opportunities for Indian business community.
Participation in ADB funded projects offers various advantages like interest free mobilisation advances, direct payment to contractors, customs and excise duty exemptions, transparent and fair procurement procedures, FIDIC conditions of contract, etc.
We would like to invite you to participate in the seminars. The participation fee will be Rs 1125/- per participant which can be paid as per details in the registration form attached with BOS flyer attached below. Please register early as the number of participation is limited per location. The registration will be closed 5 days prior to the programme at each centre.