SiE presents Beyond Business Boundaries: U.S. and India Making the Most of Collaboration
Our CEO and business blogger Howard Lee will be on the panel–come on out for what promises to be a great discussion of new business models, outsourcing and making the most of the current economy. For full info and to register, visit Seattle TiE.
Business beyond Boundaries – Seattle
Category: Networking Meeting (Monthly) Presentation Type: Panel Discussion Date & Time Location Wednesday, 19 Aug 2009
09:00 PM Map
Bellevue Courtyard by Marriott
11010 NE 8th St
UNITED STATES Registration Details
Registration and Cancellation Policy
Registration: Online Registration closes at 12:00 Noon of the day of
the event. Cancellation: All Registration Fees are Non-Refundable and
No Credit is offered for cancellations. Description Dress Code: Business Casual
Business beyond Boundaries
The US and India – Making the most of new era of collaboration
(19th Aug, 6-9 pm, Courtyard by Marriott) As
the historic civilian nuclear agreement between India and the United
States moves forward, a new era dawns in the relationship between the
world’s largest and oldest democracies. The agreement cements the
emerging multi-dimensional partnership of the two nations, and can be
the springboard for a new trajectory of bilateral economic engagement.
Did you know?
• India’s exports to USA doubled between 2000 and 2007-08 to $20.7 billion.
• Imports from USA rocketed up from $3.7 billion in 2000 to $21 billion in 2007-08.
• Total trade nearly tripled from $14.3 billion in 2000 to $41.7 billion in 2007-08. Here are just a few companies reaping the fruits of U.S.-India collaboration:
• Alexandria, the US-based life science infrastructure company, will invest around US$ 200 million in India
Astonfield Renewable Resources is planning to start renewable energy
Greenfield projects of 500 mega watts (MW) across India over the next
Industries USA has bought a polyester manufacturing facility in North
Carolina for about US$ 12.2 million from Unifi Kinston and plans to
invest US$ 215 million in that company.
• GMR Infrastructure has bought a 50 per cent equity stake in the US-based power utility, InterGen, for US$ 1.1 billion
in association with the City of Bellevue, invites you to explore this
dynamic relationship between U.S.A. and India even further. Veterans
from the industry would be here to give insight on:
• Changed reality of trade and investment relations with India
• Opportunities and Challenges at the ground-level
• Being better prepared to benefit from the change and viewing the gaps as business opportunities
• Tips and Tricks to get budding entrepreneurs up and running