Made in Nagaland is an initiative of YouthNet and is the one mega stop centre in Kohima, Nagaland, for marketing initiatives of all the products and services by Naga entrepreneurs.
Marking a significant milestone for Naga entrepreneurs, Nagaland’s Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio on 28 June 2018, inaugurated the ‘Made in Nagaland’ Expo Centre near Nagaland Civil Secretariat, Kohima under ‘Impact 5000 by 18’ campaign’ by YouthNet Nagaland in partnership with the state government. The launch also mark the official closing of ‘Impact 5000 by 18’ programme.
‘Made in Nagaland’ Expo centre houses various works, products and services of talented Nagas and entrepreneurs, ranging from shawls, mekhelas, trousers, crafts, jewelleries, food products, soaps, foot wears etc for displays and a souvenir shop that retail some of the products.
YouthNet believes each one of the product is important to the state and making an impact to state’s economy growth.
Above the ‘Made in Nagaland’ Expo Centre presents one of the first and the only known food court in Nagaland; The Food Hub, with its tagline ‘good time, great taste’, and it comprises of 5 inbuilt food stalls run by local Naga entrepreneurs. The restaurants namely; D Café, B&I, Medley Delight, Sumi Chuka and Bambusa; all under one rooftop.
The Made in Nagaland Centre is located near Nagaland Civil Secretariat in the state Capital of Nagaland in Kohima.