City-based Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industries (BCCI) is making all efforts to create a research cell for the state for which it has tied up with <g data-gr-id="13">US-based</g> consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.
“We are trying to create a research cell for West Bengal and the chamber has tied up with Frost & Sullivan. Collaborations will also be done with other premier institutes of the state,” BCCI president Ambarish Dasgupta said here on Monday.
He said Frost & Sullivan would be infusing money to create the cell. Consulting firm Frost & Sullivan provides market research and analysis, <g data-gr-id="17">growth</g> strategy consulting, and corporate training services across multiple industries. During the current financial year, BCCI would focus on areas like agriculture, MSME, healthcare and skill development. Dasgupta said it was heartening to note that a number of HNIs, PE players and angel investors were keen to fund projects in the MSME sector. BCCI would also open offices in various districts of the state, he said.