Mumbai, India. The U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) organized a delegation of Indian-American business and community leaders to Mumbai, India from Wednesday, April 30th-Friday, May 2nd for a series of high-level briefings from senior members of corporate India on some of the hottest sectors in the Indian economy.
The meetings focused on IT, BPO, infrastructure, real estate, investment banking and pharmaceuticals. The delegation was given the opportunity to dialogue with senior executives from WNS Global Services, Goldman Sachs, Jones Lang LaSalle, DHFL, Wockhardt, Almondz Group, DSP Merrill Lynch among others. Each meeting provided participants with an insightful overview covering key trends, barriers, and business opportunities found within a given industry.
"Our spring 2008 delegation was very successful as USINPAC continues to provide Indian-Americans with key business and political interactions in India at the highest levels," says Dr. Surabhi Garg, Vice President for Fundraising and Operations of USINPAC.
"As interest in India has risen to accommodate this, we have increased the number of cutting edge delegations such as this we organize to India in the course of a year. We will be following this delegation up with another in June that will travel to Bangalore with a focus on the IT, BPO and pharmaceutical industries."
The U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) is the political voice of 2.5 million Indian-Americans. USINPAC provides bipartisan support to candidates for federal, state and local office who support the issues that are important to the Indian-American community. For more information, go to www.usinpac.com.