Rohit Kapur Meets Clients in NYC to Discuss India’s Improving Business Environment
In a recent trip to New York City, Managing Director of Dezan Shira and Associates’ India Operations, Rohit Kapur, gave a presentation to an intimate gathering of investors on February 28th, 2019.
Rohit traveled with the Head of North American Business Development, Dustin Daugherty. Rohit and Dustin were in New York for meetings with clients to discuss updates in business strategy, speak with partners on collaboration, and discuss India’s business environment with prospective investors.
Increasing Investor Interest in India
With ongoing trade tensions straining the US-Sino relationship, many businesses are considering expanding into India. These include business leaders who wish to diversify their supply chain with a partial shift to India, along with others that plan to tap into India’s growing middle class and consumption demand.
India offers investors a continuously improving business environment. Government initiatives and regulation reforms in recent years have improved the ease of doing business in India and have created immense business opportunities for U.S.-based enterprises.
During the presentation, Rohit gave a brief introduction of FDI policies in India, different entry models businesses can use to structure their local presence and how to select the right mode of entry to suit your long-term goals. Rohit also discussed recent regulatory updates and expected developments in 2019.
After the session, participants had the opportunity to ask questions and participate in a discussion on hot topic issues such as corruption, red tape and bureaucracy in India, among others.
This event was hosted by Birchtree Global and BG CEO, Janet Walsh, at the Explorers Club in New York City. Birchtree Global is an advisory firm helping businesses go global.
If you were unable to attend this event and have inquiries about investing in India, contact us today to speak with an expert.
Further Resources for Investing in India
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