USINPAC Annual Delegation to India (Jan 3 – Jan 7, 2011)
U.S.-India trade is growing sharply, and the U.S. commitment to develop deep economic and commercial ties with India has strengthened over the years. USINPAC has been playing an important role in building bridges between the two countries. USINPAC has been arranging regular delegations for business leaders from the U.S. to India as part of our ongoing efforts to promote bilateral growth. During the delegations, we organize high level meetings and networking sessions with top level officials, business leaders, and politicians in India.
The upcoming USINPAC delegation (Jan 3 – Jan 7, 2011) is the 8th USINPAC delegation. The 2011 delegation will host meetings with business leaders in India’s fastest growing Indian Renewable Energy and Power, IT & ITes, Pharma/Biotech/Medical Equipments technology recognized companies. Our delegates will get real time market information and expert advice by meeting the industry leaders in these industries. Appointments are also being made with key government officials.
Who should attend: The goal of this delegation is to provide customized and sector specific business meetings with Tier 1 and Tier 2 companies. This is the delegation for you, if you are involved in any of the following:
- Putting business plans together
- Want to get real time market information
- Care for expert advice by meeting industry leaders in the field of IT & ITes, Pharma/Biotech/Medical Equipments, Renewable Energy and Power
- Want to either establish or expand your business in India
- Want to understand the details of the growing economy of India
- Want to meet the top profile business leaders in the IT & ITes, Pharma/Biotech/Medical Equipments, Renewable Energy and Power sector in India
- Want to meet, interact, and explore avenues for increased investment and trade
During our delegations, we present high level meetings and networking sessions with the top official of business and political leadership in India. Our delegations offer unique business expansion opportunities, and delegates from the past have been highly appreciative of the many benefits they have derived – getting an exclusive perspective from industry leaders, obtaining an understanding how business and government function in India, getting their businesses and themselves high visibility, and forging networking, business alliances and friendships.
Dates: Jan 3 – Jan 7, 2011
City: Bangalore and New Delhi, India
Cost: Free for members, non-members: registration/membership fee applies
Key Industry Focus: IT & ITes, Pharma/Biotech/Medical Equipments, Renewable Energy and Power.
Business Meetings Agenda: The delegation plans to meet and interact with the business leaders in India’s fastest growing IT, ITes, Renewable Energy, Pharma/Biotech Companies in Bangalore between Jan 3 to Jan 5 2011
Political Meetings Agenda: The delegation will then travel to New Delhi (Jan 6 and Jan 7) to meet government officials at the central government level. The delegates will exclusively meet and interact with high ranking and influential government officials involved in shaping Indian IT, Renewable Energy and Healthcare industry.
Past Delegations:Through our past India delegations we have led delegates to meetings with more than 70 companies and have met more than 40 influential political leaders. Some of the business meetings have included the following companies: HDFC, Goldman Sachs India, JM Financial Consultants, DSP Merrill Lynch, Dewan Housing Finance Corporation, Microsoft India, Infosys Technologies, Tata Consultancy Services, WNS Global services, Mphasis, NASSCOM, Biocon, Nicholas Piramal, Sun Pharmaceuticals, International Generic Pharmaceutical Alliance (IGPA), Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance (IPA), Jubilant Biosciences, TATA BP Solar, Bhoruka Power Corporation, Bharat Electricals, Reva Electric Car Company, Bangalore Electricity Supply Company, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), Reliance Industries,Godrej, and Kingfisher.
Examples of Political meetings during our recent delegations include Dr. Manmohan Singh (Prime minister of India), Mr. Kamal Nath (the Minister of Commerce and Industry), Mr. Kapil Sibal, (Former, Minister for Science and Technology), Mr. Yashwant Sinha (BJP leader, former Finance Minister) and Finance Minister (Mr. Pranab Mukherjee).
If you would like to attend or need more details, please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
USINPAC Delegation Team,
U.S. India Political Action Committee (USINPAC)