This may be a complex and challenging market but it is one that cannot be ignored as, after China, India is the world’s second fastest growing economy, with growth this year expected at around 5-6%.
Enormous opportunities are opening up for British businesses; a growing middle class is fuelling demand for quality consumer goods and services. Around 400 British companies already operate in India, in sectors as diverse as retail, infrastructure, construction, ICT, creative industries and healthcare.
Discover more about the huge potential of this high-growth market and how your business could maximise on the opportunities by joining us for an evening seminar, funded by the European Regional Development Fund, on Wednesday 12 February at the College Court Conference Centre, Leicester.
The evening will cover market regulation, business environment and opportunities across various sectors. The panel of experts will touch on issues relating to set up and taxation whilst providing examples of regional differences, focusing on various states such as Gujarat and Karnataka.
Our guest speakers, including Steve Toogood, Director at the UK India Business Council; Amit Tulsian, Second Partner, International Markets, KMPG and Uday Dholakia, Chairman of the Indo British Trade Council and Senior Partner of Global Consulting UK Ltd, all have vast knowledge of this market, and will share with you:
Expert advice, latest market developments and key considerations for doing business in India
- An understanding of the Indian business culture and etiquette to assist you to communicate more effectively with your counterparts
- Practical experience of how local companies, successfully entered the Indian market – the challenges they faced and the rewards they enjoy today
Don’t overlook the opportunities that India has to offer and book a place now!
Attendance is free of charge for emita members or £50 plus VAT for non members which includes refreshments and a buffet supper. To register, please contact the emita team on 01332 826424 or email your details to email@example.com.