Melbourne Event: Doing Business with India Seminar

String of Kites

In a recent LinkedIn post titled Doing business with India has never before been so attractive,  Stephen Manallack, President of the Australia India Business Council of Victoria writes that “there are many reasons for western businesses to review and upgrade their commitment to India in the year ahead. Among the positive news, a better than average monsoon, a rise in urban demand due to pay hikes for government employees and pensioners, and policy reforms by the government including a huge commitment to alternative energy – leading to 7.9 per cent gross domestic product (GDP) growth in India this year”.

Stephen will be one of the presenters at the Doing Business with India Seminar in Melbourne on October 17.

In this seminar you will

  • learn about the growth areas of India ,
  • find out how to best enter the market,
  • hear success stories,
  • meet others who know India,
  • identify pitfalls and
  • meet with a visiting Indian delegation

Partner organisations for the event are  Austrade, the Victorian Department of Economic Development, Asialink Business and the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Presenters include

  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  • Austrade
  • Victorian Department of Economic Development
  • Michael Moignard, Director, EastWest Academy Pty Ltd and former Senior Trade Commissioner New Delhi
  • Stephen Manallack, President, AIBC Victoria
  • Sarat Chandran, Executive Director, Indo-Australia Chamber of Commerce, Chennai

You will also have the opportunity to meet with delegates of the Trade Delegation from the Indo-Australia Chamber of Commerce of Chennai in India.

Venue: Commonwealth Bank, 727 Collins Street, Docklands, Melbourne

Date: Monday, 17 October 2016

Time: 3.45 pm. registration for 4 – 5.30 p.m. Seminar

Networking drinks: 5.30 – 7 p.m.

Cost: Members: $22.00; Non Members: $33.00.

Seats for this event are limited and registration is essential

For tickets or further details contact Julie Hallifax at secretariat@aibc.org.au or by phone 1300 176 684

photo credit: (peterwmdavis) String of Kites via photopin (license)

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