india taj mahalOn Thursday, 1st October East London Export Club will be taking a stand to support “Doing business in India”. We probably all have perceptions of India, with images of the Taj Mahal uppermost and the lingering taste of curries and savouries washed down with Cobra beer! At least that was mine [many] years ago.

Fast forward and Bollywood (the Indian movie industry) is now a blockbuster phenomenon providing Billions USD to the Indian economy. India is the third largest economy with a large population second only to China.  As the country has grown India’s middle class has also expanded, resulting in huge demands for good and services.

Who should attend?
Sponsored by Euromonitor International in partnership with City Business Library there will be presentations, followed by Q&A and networking afterwards. If you are a start-up, SME or interested in International trade, do come along to this event. Register here

Why you should attend this event?

Close to Home

This is a great opportunity to obtain market information in India without the need to set foot in an Airport.

Common Ties

India is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, where English legal code applies and with strong historical ties. The Anglo-Indian relationship is an ample opportunity for UK exporters to take advantage of this market.

High Growth

The Economy of India is the seventh-largest in the world by nominal GDP with approximately 7% average growth rate for the last two decades. India’s economy became the world’s fastest growing major economy from the last quarter of 2014, replacing the People’s Republic of China.

Help at Hand

The UK India Business Council [UKIBC] is working with UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and the British Business Groups (BBGs) across India to provide support in India for UK companies, from a network of centres in six Indian cities, across the sub-continent.

UK companies should use this event as an opportunity to obtain information and guidance on exports to this important market.