India will become a major factor in your value chain over the next two years either as a large market, important supplier, source of competition, valuable partner, or role model. Regardless of the size of your firm or the industry in which you compete, you will be impacted by India. Are you prepared with an India strategy or will you be taken by surprise? Additional Info at firstname.lastname@example.org
India has one of the largest and fastest growing economies in the world and has emerged as an important global player in today’s market. Many Indian companies are now leading the industries in which they compete and making an impact around the world. Business leaders need to have a comprehensive understanding of where opportunities stand and know how to avoid and minimize threats or risks when looking at opportunities in India.
India will become a major factor in your value chain over the next two years either as a large market, important supplier, source of competition, valuable partner, or role model. Regardless of the size of your firm or the industry in which you compete, you will be impacted by India. Are you prepared with an India strategy or will you be taken by surprise.
Did You Know?
- The world’s largest steel conglomerate is controlled by an Indian citizen – Lakshmi Mittal?
- Jaguar and Land Rover will soon be part of the Indian conglomerate, Tata
- India has the world’s 12th largest economy, the third largest in Asia behind Japan and China
- The US is India’s largest trading partner, with $32B in bilateral trade in 2006
- India will sustain over 8% growth until 2020 and become the second largest economy in the world by 2050, ahead of the US.
- India has the largest middle class of any nation in the world
- TiE – the entrepreneurs of Indian origin – is the world’s largest association of entrepreneurs
- India is the largest source of outsourced labor for the US
This workshop will focus on the opportunities and challenges in doing business with India. The content and insights are based on extensive in-country research and interviews with companies, executives, and public officials, resulting in a first hand look at India.
- The background behind the emergence of India as a global economy
- Different opportunities created by India’s growth – buy, sell, partner, or compete?
- Critical success factors to doing business in India
- India’s influence across the globe
What You Will Take Away
- Insight into open and closed industry sectors
- Practical insight into what the emerging markets India has to offer
- Why India is a critical factor in your company’s strategy over the next ten years
- How to take advantage of the rising Indian economy while mitigating risk
- Identifying potential threats that stand between your firm and your success in India
- Multiple first-hand perspectives (via video) from Indian business executives and government officials
- Real business cases of successful and unsuccessful initiatives in India or with Indian firms
Who Should Attend
General Managers and Executives in International Development, Business Development, Strategic Planners, Mergers and Acquisitions, Marketing, and Sourcing. Additional Info at email@example.com
2011 Dates Upon Demand – Private Seminars for Workgroups Available