ITPO, the chief exchange advancement organization of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India is focused on showcase magnificence accomplished by the nation in assorted fields particularly exchange and business.
ITPO gives a wide range of administrations to exchange and industry and goes about as an impetus for development of India's exchange. ITPO favors holding of global exchange fairs in India and manages holding of different compositions in India principally to stay away from any duplication of endeavors while guaranteeing appropriate planning. It deals with India's reality class presentation complex which is always moved up to keep it in an elevated requirement of status. Spread more than 123 sections of land of prime area in the heart of India's capital, New Delhi, Pragati Maidan offers around 61,290 sq. mtrs. of secured display space in 16 corridors, other than 10,000 sq. mtrs. of open presentation zone. The best in class display corridors have upgraded the request of Pragati Maidan as the perfect place for an expanding number of reasonable coordinators and business guests from various parts of the world.
ITPO has a broad foundation and also showcasing and data offices that are benefited by both exporters and merchants. ITPO's territorial workplaces at Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai, through their separate profile of exercises, guarantee a purposeful and all around facilitated exchange advancement drive all through the nation.
With the charging of the cutting edge Chennai Trade Center (CTC) in January 2001 and the Trade Center Bangalore in September 2004, ITPO has effectively finished the main period of the setting-up of present day display offices outside Delhi. The Chennai Trade Center which addresses a long-felt requirement for a lasting and cutting edge presentation venue in Tamil Nadu, has as of now rose as a center of exchange related exercises in the locale.
Similarly, the formal authorizing of the Trade Center Bangalore (TCB), at Whitefield on September 20,2004 as a joint activity of TPO and the Karnataka State Industrial Area Development Board, is the harbinger of an additional stimulus to exchange advancement through fairs, shows and related exercises of the State and Southern district.
On the guidance of Department of Commerce, ITPO has been organizing the development of a show cum-exchange complex 'North East Trade Center' at Sarusajai, Guwahati under 'Help to Sates for Developing Export Infrastructure and Allied Activities(ASIDE)' Scheme, for encouraging exchange North-Eastern States. Spread over a zone of 10 sections of land on the NH-37; the built presentation complex under Phase-I of advancement, comprises of three completely aerated and cooled lobbies of 800 sq.mtrs. every, passageway hall and square, scaled down tradition cum-meeting room in an aggregate plinth range of 8,700 sq. mtrs.
ITPO is additionally giving help to State Governments in setting up Regional Trade Promotion Centers (RTPC) in different State's Capital and significant urban areas. Activities have been taken by ITPO for building up Trade Fair Complexes and Convention Centers at Kolkata (West Bengal), Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) and Sri Nagar (Jammu and Kashmir), in close relationship by the State Governments and Industrial Development Corporations/Boards of these States.