Everybody knows about CM’s regular presence at the World Economic Forum (WEF) held in Davos. Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu makes it a point to visit the forum every year, rising above the political confines to share the industry wide knowledge and best practices. The CM, who is also known as the CEO of the Sunrise State had showcased inspiring ideas in MIS and tech to the creme, winning accolades.
And now, the CM is very keen on emulating a similar forum for the state. The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh now proposes to organize a similar WEF kind of global forum at the new capital city Amaravati.
Mr Naidu shared ideas upon the conclusion of two day CII partnership summit in Vizag, stating that India’s leading state body CII (Confederation of Indian Industry) has now agreed to collaborate with Andhra Pradesh to work on the plan.
AP is also in talks with the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) that is a part of the union ministry of commerce and industry to associate and organize global forum of such gamut on annual basis.
“I want to bring the industry, academicians, politicians, bureaucrats, media, governments, technology innovators and social activists onto a Davos type of global economic discussion forum for debate, delve and exchange ideas to help improve governance,” the CM said.
The main agenda is to build a permanent global economic discussion forum based out of the proposed Greenfield capital city of the state. He also confirmed that such a forum will operate out of Amaravati from next year.