Consul-General of India visits Adelaide
The Consul-General of India in Sydney, Mr B. Vanlalvawna, will be in Adelaide today to highlight opportunities for South Australian businesses interested in trading with Indian counterparts.
As part of the South Australian Government’s Business Education Program, today’s engagement session provided an insight into India’s business environment and recent India Government policy initiatives.
Representatives from Indian and South Australian companies also outlined their success of doing international business.
The Business Education Program is coordinated by the State Government to provide businesses with relevant information on key markets and economic opportunities in targeted regions.
Sessions have been held to provide information on the South East Asia, China and India markets, with more planned later in the year about the European, North Asia and the Middle East and North Africa markets.
The Program is run as part of an extensive business mission calendar that informs companies considering new international markets. For further information about upcoming business missions visit www.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/investment/business-missions
Quotes attributable to Investment and Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith
The Consul-General of India, Mr Vanlalvawna provides unique insights for South Australian companies looking to expand into a country that is a significant economic powerhouse.
We want companies to be well informed and to have an understanding of the market, culture and opportunities available to them.
In August 50 South Australian companies will travel to India to explore the opportunities for growth that India presents.