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Investment Board I Free Trade Zones I Industrial Parks
Virtual edition, 18th-19th March 2021

India's First Virtual Expo on Global Trade and Investment

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Global Trade and Investment (GTI) Virtual Excon 2020 is India’s first of its kind platform that will focus on the International and National Investment Boards, Free-Trade Zones, Special Economic Zones, trade and investment promotion organizations, industrial parks etc.


The current global pandemic has banned travel worldwide which has made it difficult for the having a conducive environment such as an offline exhibition to carry out business with Indian investors. The GTI Virtual Excon is a solution to help international and national investment board and FTZs to explore the potential clients in the current situation.

The show will also see the participation of Investment boards and free-trade zones in India and international to showcase their infrastructure, locational advantages, facilities, tax/economic benefits and services.

GTI EXCON Virtual Tour
About GTI




Clothing & Textiles
Furniture & Interior
Consumer Goods
Energy & Power
Machinery Equipment
Manufacturing Industry
Property & Real Estate
Tourism & Hospitality
Defense & Security
Information technology(IT)
Focus Sector


Outbound investment from India has undergone a considerable change, not only in terms of magnitude but also in terms of geographical spread and sectorial composition. Analysis of the trends in direct investment over the last decade reveals that while investment flows, both inward and outward, were rather muted during the early part of the decade, they gained momentum during the latter half.


There has been a perceptible shift in Overseas Investment Destination (OID) in last decade or so. While in the first half, overseas investments were directed to resource rich countries such as Australia, UAE, and Sudan, in the latter half, OID was channeled into countries providing higher tax benefits such as Mauritius, Singapore, British Virgin Islands, and the Netherlands.


Indian firms invest in foreign shores primarily through mergers and acquisition (M&A). With rising M&A activity, companies will get direct access to newer and more extensive markets and better technologies, which would enable them to increase their customer base and achieve a global reach.

According to the data provided by Reserve Bank of India (RBI), India’s outward Foreign Direct Investment (OFDI) in equity, loan and guaranteed issue stood at US$ 12.91 billion in 2019-20.


Foreign investment of Indian companies grew 18 per cent y-o-y to US$ 2.69 billion in March 2019. In January 2020, domestic companies invested US$ 2.23 billion in their foreign arms.


References:  Media Reports and Press Releases, Press Information Bureau (PIB), Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), IBEF

Why India?
Why Exhibit


  • To network and make new business connections, share information, and establish business deals.

  • To showcase the potential of your country and FTZ and investment opportunity

  • To interact with manufacturers, providers, potential clients, distributors and agents.

  • To meet other industry professionals in B2B meetings.

  • To discover new market trends and technologies.

  • To meet with Government bodies, federations, chambers of commerce


  • International Investment Boards

  • FTZs and SEZs

  • Trade Promotion Agencies & Development Bodies

  • Finance Institutions, Banks, EXIM Banks, Export Credit Agencies

  • Legal & Finance Consultants

  • Technology and Equipment Providers – Exhibiting latest products & solutions

  • Legal & Advisory Services

  • Export Promotion Councils

Exhibitor Profile


  • Director Generals / Heads Of Customs Agencies (Regional)

  • Divisional Directors

  • Heads International & Government Relations

  • Head IT and Technologies

  • Border Protection Agencies

  • Heads Taxation, Excise Collection & related agencies

  • Manufacturers – Trade Compliance & Supply Chain Heads

  • Customs agents

  • Carriers

  • Importers

  • Port operators

  • Secure freight parking operatives

  • Airline loaders

  • Technologies

  • Suppliers & Consultants

  • Legal, Advisory, Academics & Economists

  • Exporters

  • International Logistics & Freight forwarders

  • Warehousing & Logistics

  • ICT & Technology

  • Customs & Trade Technologies & Solutions

  • Security & Trade Facilitation Solutions

  • Customs & Trade Consulting & Advisory

  • Customs Hardware Providers

  • Special Trade & Economic Zones

  • Logistics & Freight Forwarders

  • Supply-Chain IT Providers

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PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) has been working as a catalyst for the promotion of Indian industry, trade and entrepreneurship for the past 115 years. It is a forward looking, proactive and dynamic pan-India apex organization. As a partner in progress with industry and government, PHD Chamber with a special focus on MSMEs  works at the grass roots level, with strong national and international linkages for propelling progress, harmony and integrated development of the Indian economy.

‘’PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry(PHDCCI) is one of the Premier Chambers in India to have been accredited with “Diamond Grade” by NABET(QCI), at national and international level.

PHDCCI is a National Apex Chamber having its international office at Bahrain for 6 GCC countries, with 1,30,000 companies as its members base, as total focus on the development of small and medium businesses. PHDCCI has co-opted National and International Industry Associations and Organisations through over 100 MoUs signed between the parties.’’


​PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110016

91-11-26863801-04, 49545454

91-11-26855450, 49545451

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Mayank Chhatwal                 


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