With a population of nearly 2.2 million inhabitants, Indore the commercial capital of the state of Madhya Pradesh is rapidly growing and evolving as a modern city. With two national highways (NH3 and NH 59), an upgraded domestic airport that will soon commence international operations and connectivity through railway and road transport, the city of Indore is well connected to the rest of the country.
Commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh,
Pithampur Industrial area near Indore has a Dry Port (ICD) facility from Container Corporation India Limited
Primary sectors include manufacturing of automobiles, alloy steel, pharmaceutical, textiles and services such as banking and finance, trading etc.
Significant presence of academic and technical education institutes provide skilled and educated talent pool for white collared jobs
Planned metro rail connectivity with project expenditure of INR 75 billion approved by the Centre
Proposed riverside corridor for ease of traffic and environmental improvement
The Indore Development Authority proposes to develop Sports Complex and Medicity worth INR 20 billion under Public-Private-Partnership (PPP)