CIIE

AcronymDefinition
CIIECentre for Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship (India)
CIIEChinese Institute of Industrial Engineers
CIIECommittee on Industry, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development)
CIIECenter for Islamic Information and Education
CIIECentre for Immunity, Infection and Evolution (UK)
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The CIIE, which will be held from November 5 to 10 in Shanghai, China, will host several foreign enterprises, including Philippine-based, in an expo floor.
According to Lopez, the CIIE is China's showing to the world its 'strong support for trade liberalization, as well as their way to actively open the Chinese market to the world.
CSR funds in seed investments have a great potential as this will encourage communication between industry and technology business incubators and can bring about many successful start-ups," said J Salim Vali, vice president (Impact Investments) at CIIE.
Personally announced by Chinese President Xi Jinping during the Belt and Road Forum, the CIIE is a major international event that opens the Chinese market to the world.
The CIIE will focus mainly on importation of goods and services to China.
CIIE was set up by IIM Ahmedabad with support from the government of India and Gujarat government and operates through an autonomous not-for-profit entity.
Additional reductions were made to activities related to Control Systems ($6 million, with the balance of $4 million transferred to the CIIE program), the National Terrorist Prevention Training Program (almost $9 million), the Coordinate National Protection Efforts (almost $3 million, plus another $4 million which was transferred to CIOP for National Infrastructure Protection Plan activities), and General Security Plans (over $3 million).
The CIIE will focus mainly on the importation of goods and services to China, and there will be no Chinese enterprise that will participate as exhibitors.
CEO of CIIE, Shri Kunal Upadhyay, noted that CIIEs experience since 2007 in nurturing Indian startups will be critical to the next phase of Indian entrepreneurship, when entrepreneurs identify needs of the both rural and urban Indian citizens, and provide products and services in critical sectors such as healthcare, sustainability, and digital services.
IIM Ahmedabad's CIIE ( Centre for Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship) has announced that it had secured pledges exceeding Rs.
CEO of CIIE at IIM-Ahmedabad, Kunal Upadhyay, said : 'The kind of response we are receiving from investors, we hope to close the fund at Rs 125 crore soon.
IIM Ahmedabad's tech incubator CIIE (Centre for Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship) has announced that its cleantech fund, Infuse Ventures, aims to make a final close at nearly Rs 125 crore ($20 million), after it made its second close at Rs 110 crore ($18 million) recently.