Manufacturing and Business Development Opportunities in India
In 2014, the Indian government launched a valuable manufacturing initiative to provide foreign companies with access to Indian labor markets and manufacturers while simultaneously accessing Indian and other South Asian markets through the ‘Make in India’ program. Seeking to increase India’s technological expertise and manufacturing abilities, this program was envisioned and launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to encourage global markets to work with India in 25 different sectors from food processing to leather manufacturing. Through the systematic process laid out in the ‘Make in India’ initiative, U.S.-based companies can access Indian opportunities.
The US India Chamber of Commerce DFW works with member companies to access Indian and South Asian markets through the Make in India initiative.
The Chamber employs the following process in working with its members:
Member companies like Nextt and BioWorld Merchandising having been manufacturing in India even before the Make in India initiative. They understood the “India advantage” early on and used it to leapfrog their companies to success. Check out their stories.
To learn more about make in India, visit: www.makeinindia.com