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    Business deal in India-final

    Here’s what you need to know if you want to make a business deal in India.Β 

    Most Indians are proud to be called good negotiators since they are ambitious and entrepreneurial. There are also cultural differences between how businesses are conducted in India and Europe. As a result, many European companies struggle to close a good business deal with an Indian customer or business partner. Gandert Roosen is CEO ofΒ Roosen IndustriesΒ and has been active in the country for over 15 years.

    He shares his five tips for making the best business deal in India.

    1. Communicate strategically

    β€œEuropeans are accustomed to communicating directly and imposing their will on others. That isn’t the case in India. Consider what you want to achieve ahead of time and incorporate it cautiously into the conversation: β€œCan we perhaps…?” Good chance you’ll achieve your goal then.”

    Β 2. Keep looking at the possibilities rationally

    β€œIndians are quick to say that something is simple to accomplish or, on the other hand, that it will be impossible. Follow your gut instincts and inquire as to why something is or is not possible. You can also check whether the other party has correctly understood you this way.”

    3. Enjoy the game

    To make a good business deal, you have to play the game Indian style. That means sometimes you have to say you don’t have time or not answer your phone. Then you play the difficult European, while your staff massages the other party in the meantime. At first, I found this way of doing business frustrating, but now I enjoy it. I have become half an Indian.”

    4. Always stay sharp in negotiationsΒ 

    β€œIndians are known for their tactical brilliance. Once I was eating for hours with an 80-year-old business associate. I had the feeling he was slowly dozing off until suddenly he surprised me and threw a proposal on the table

    Β 5. Show respectΒ 

    “Arrogant foreigners irritate Indians. Therefore, prefer to adopt a somewhat reserved attitude, especially towards the more senior partners with whom you are seated at the table. People in India are not afraid to give or receive compliments; take advantage of this.”