Governor Eric Holcomb will be on the world stage this next week, at locations 4,500 miles apart, carrying a message of Indiana’s role in the global economy. The governor’s office says Holcomb was invited to take part the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, before returning to Indianapolis to host the first-ever Indiana Global Economic Summit.
“Davos 2022 facilitates conversations between global thinkers, international dignitaries, government and business leaders to share their visions for the year ahead,” said Holcomb. “I’m proud to represent Indiana on a world stage to discuss all the innovative ways Hoosiers can be part of the solution regarding the myriad of challenges facing our state and world today.”
Holcomb’s office he will deliver remarks at the Augmented Manufacturing Experience panel to discuss Indiana’s contribution to the future of manufacturing.
The governor will return from Europe on Monday and prepare to host foreign dignitaries at the GES, which begins Thursday at the Indiana Convention Center.
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