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When To Set Up A Liaison Office in India

Dhrub Thakur | Company Secretary - Head Legal Compliance | Maier+Vidorno May 2019 Liaison Office: Basic Concepts In our previous article, we explained the different India Market Entry Strategies and the options for company formation. Here we will focus on just one of those options: the [...]


India vs China: New Investment Destination

Will India’s population boom lead to economic boom like it did in China? India and China have the largest populations in the world and immense geographical trade advantages. China's boom was spurred by the “demographic dividend” of the great population boom of the 1950s-1970s. As China’s population dividend [...]


How to structure your sales team in India

Updated in April 2019 Foreign companies that employ personnel in India need to consider cultural differences, not only when choosing and hiring staff in India but also with regard to the organizational structure and team composition of the workforce – especially when assembling a sales team in India. Compared [...]


What is the buying power in India for b2c products/services?

What percentage of population have the buying power in India (income consumption capacity) to realistically be considered serious prospects for b2c products/services? Updated in March 2019 Buying power in India really depends on your industry and products and how much of India’s massive population is really in your market [...]


Selling Foreign Products in India

Selling in India | Learning from the National Sales Heads of international companies How do India’s famous price sensitivity and bureaucracy affect selling foreign products in India? What does this mean for foreign brands market share in India? Back in summer 2018 we brought together the real [...]


Workshop – India & China Markets

Business Success factors – A comparison of both countries  In the growth story of Asia, India and China are the most important markets for foreign investors. Otherwise, these two markets have little in common. They are completely different markets, each with own set of rules. Our experts explain the [...]