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How to enter the Indian market?

A practical webinar on how to best enter the Indian market with major experts, brought to you by the Pomeranian Development Agency.

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How to enter the Indian market?
How to enter the Indian market?

The Indian market is attractive for exporters because of the development prospects, which in some scenarios give it the position of the world's second largest economy in the future. A market with a population of over a billion, however, is demanding. It is worth getting acquainted with its peculiarities during this webinar organized by the Pomeranian Development Agency.

The webinar gathers together experts in the field of internationalisation, in particular export, intellectual property and testimonial coming from companies already doing business in/with India, hence providing pratical tips to participants.

 

Agenda (CEST)

11:00 | Welcoming participants

11:10 | Opportunities and Challenges in doing business in India and support offered by the EU projects

Joel Fernandes – Project Lead Europe, Business Support to the EU – India Policy Dialogues

11:30 | Indian intellectual property landscape: which protection is the best one for your business?

Girish Somwarpet Nagraj - IP Expert, India IP SME Helpdesk

12:00 | How to succeed in India - case studies and practical tips

Marta Tchórzewska, International Development Manager for CEE in ALTIOS Group and Madhav Raina-Thapan, Vice President of Business Development in Altios India

12:30 | India – a difficult or easy market for a Polish company? – experience of POLMOR Sp. z o.o.

Piotr Smorawski, Deputy Director at POLMOR Sp. z o.o., Director at the Board of Directors at Polmor Steel Pvt. Ltd India

12:40 | Q&A

The meeting will be held in Polish and English, led by Jolanta Carkowska, an export broker of the Pomeranian Export Broker project. Registrations are open at this link.