KHANDELWAL INVITED TO SPEAK AT SINGAPORE FINTECH FESTIVAL BY SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT
SHIMLA------Singapore Fintech Festival is an annual week long celebration of Fin tech and the largest event of its kind over the world which is attended by about 50 thousand persons from almost 130 Countries . Last year Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi attend the event.
This year the Singapore Fintech Festival will be organised from 11th to 15th November at Singapore and the Monetary Authority of Singapore, an arm of the Singapore Government which holds the festival has invited Mr. Praveen Khandelwal, Secretary General of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) as a "Distinguished Speaker" from India.
The festival is expected to be attended by several Heads of States, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, World Trade Organisation, large number of finch companies across the World, global CEO's of several Multinational Companies, Bankers, Economists, fintech experts and large number of entrepreneurs, investors, industry professionals and Startups from about 130 Countries of the World. A Singapore Week for Innovation and Technology will also be held at the finch festival. A Global Investor Summit will also be held during the festival.
While accepting the invitation, Mr. Khandelwal said that during his presentation, he will highlight the contribution of Indian SMEs and traders and will also discus digitalisation of non corporate sector in India in furtherance of the vision of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. He will also showcase the level of progress the Country has made in upgradation and modernisation of trade in last five years, simplification of tax structure, easy access to finance for business community and ongoing process of digitalising 70 million traders of the Country which is in a mission mode of CAIT. It will be an opportunity to show rest of the World that how the Government is joining hands with trading community to accelerate the economy and better opportunities of trade in India and making Indian SMEs viable for greater exports.