Invest in India: Market entry and expansion consultation

Are you interested in gaining exposure to the fast-growing Indian economy by investing in India? We’ve been helping startups, founders and presenting opportunities to European companies to establish a presence in Indian market through various initiatives. We also help Indian companies seeking to enter the UK and Europe, offering unparalleled access to international business relationships.

India is the world’s second most populous country, after China and is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. This makes it an incredibly attractive place for foreign companies to start their businesses. India is the next big frontier for whatever service you provide. And it goes without saying the country is attractive to just about any industry.

India’s 1.3 billion people, for instance, combined with the youth of its workforce means their consumption potential is through the roof. They’re young, educated who are hungry to work hard and succeed. And the great thing about India is that it’s so diverse – from Himalayan villages to mega cities. From South to North, cities to villages, the opportunities are endless In other words, there are a lot of micro-markets within India. 

Since the economic liberalization of 1991, India has been gradually opening up its markets to foreign companies. As a result, there’s a new market that has sprung up. The Indian middle class is growing and will be consuming more and more goods and services. Coupled with the rise of the internet, there’s never been a better time to expand into India than today. India’s potential is clear with lots of opportunities for entrepreneurs of all types.

Choosing to invest in India’s economy is one of the best long-term investment options available globally. However, the market has evolved and there are certain challenges that investors may not be prepared for. Before you go off and try to start a business in India, it is important to understand how your business would be affected by country’s legal system. You also have to take the cultural and social context into account before proceeding with your business in India. That’s where we can help you!

We work with businesses to help them enter the ever-growing Indian market. Whether you want to start a new business, or expand into new markets, the opportunities are wide open.  We provide you with all the resources you’ll need to get your business off the ground safely and easily, no matter what type of business you’re planning to launch. We can help businesses of any kind – from software to retail – find their place in India. We can walk you through what is working and what isn’t in India’s $3 trillion economy and the sector you business targets. Our network of local experts, on-the-ground market intelligence, and targeted research insights helps you act quickly and usefully.

We are not a private consulting firm but an Indian diaspora led think tank based in London working for the betterment of India and that’s what makes us stand out! As an effort to help India become an economic powerhouse, we are providing free, no-obligation consultation to entrepreneurs and investors, assisting businesses to enter Indian market or expand their operations in India.

Our decade old expertise in identifying potential opportunities for businesses helps us undertake assignments ranging from market entry strategy, investment and business development in India. Whether you are looking for talent, customers, or a strategic partner, we’ll connect you to the right people in the country.

Connect with us by clicking on the below button for a quick chat about how you can invest in India. We love sharing our knowledge and experience. Let us help you understand and invest in the Indian market. We’ll make it easy for you to do business in India.

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Published Date

February 1, 2020

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