16th June 2015 | 9:00 am – 6:00 pm | Cologne, Germany
Since Narendra Modi’s victory in the 2014 general election India has been more promising than it was in years. One year after Modi assumed office, both euphoria and expectations in India are still very high. The economic community expects comprehensive reforms and reductions of bureaucracy and restraints to enter the Indian market – the third largest national economy in Asia. Hence, one key issue of the “India Day 2015” (16th of June 2015, Cologne, Germany, Congress Centre North Koelnmesse, 9:00 – 18:00) will be the question whether or not Premier Modi has kept his promises so far.
Doing business in and with India evokes several country-specific questions which cannot be answered using approaches employed elsewhere in Asia. In lectures and roundtables at the “India Day 2015” renowned India experts will discuss the “Make in India” initiative and other recent developments in the market and Indian politics, as well as address corruption and other prevalent challenges in India. By including “Hidden Champions” with many years of experience in India, this event offers an excellent opportunity to share professional experiences gained in India.
A special focus of the discussion will be the predominant risks when doing business in India and hands-on advice on how to invest in the subcontinent. Moreover, the participants will have the chance to talk to the speakers and organizers about individual strategies and issues regarding day-to-day business in India. Like in the years before, the “India Day 2015” will be a highlight among this year’s events on German-Indian affairs.
So please register in due time. The participation is subject to workshop charges. Further information to the agenda, registration and participation please visit the conference website: www.indiaday.de
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