Media & Entertainment Committee of IACC Calls For World Meet In Media

Noida 11th December: Media & Entertainment Committee of Indo American Chamber of Commerce conducted an international meet on “Media Today—Pros & Cons” and more than 21 countries of the World participated in the meet at Marwah Studios Film city Noida.

“We are meeting to come to the conclusion how media and entertainment industries of the World can bring the whole world to better consensus so that international trade including tourism can grow to the highest level” said Sandeep Marwah Chairperson of M&E Committee of IACC.

Present on the occasion the special guest Geeta Kapoor from United States of America said, I am impressed by the activities of IACC and ICMEI together they are promoting not only media industry but the world Trade as a whole” “India is the centre of power now and has to take initiative in many matters to unite World for World business” added Dr. Deepak Setia from US.

Rishi Raj Singh Director NISEBUD, Government of India appreciated the initiative taken by Marwah Studios and IACC. Delegates from Afghanistan, Indonesia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, South Sudan, Mauritius, Namibia, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Fiji, Bangladesh, Nepal, Ghana, Bhutan, Niger, Ethopia, Thailand, Cameroon contributed to the discussions.

The International convention was supported by ICMEI– International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry, NFTC—National Federation of Tourism & Transport Cooperatives of India Ltd, WPDRF- World Peace Development And Research Foundation.

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