Ravi Kurani presenting on Make in India at Going Global 2016
We are excited to announce that Ravi Kurani will be presenting at the Going Global exhibition which is being held at ExCel London on Wednesday 11th and May Thursday 12th. We would like to invite you to come and meet us at stand 2404 to discuss new ideas and ways of achieving success for new or existing business in India.
Going Global is the top UK national exhibition for businesses that are looking to expand internationally, export products or set up overseas operations. If you own or manage an SME, this event is an unmissable opportunity for you to network and gain information or assistance in exporting your products or setting up overseas operations – particularly in Central Emerging Europe, the BRICS markets (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), MINT Economies (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey) and Africa.
Some of the top minds in international business will be at the event for you to gain and share invaluable insight and education within a live and highly interactive environment. It is estimated that the venue will host 3000 business visitors over two days, including CEOs, managing directors and other key business decision-makers.
Date: 11-12 May 2016
Venue: ExCeL London
Ravi Kurani will be presenting on prime minister Narendra Modi’s initiative of ‘Make in India.’ He will highlight areas of opportunity for SME’s in developing countries like India. The event is a great platform to meet business leaders and senior executives from all over the globe and grab opportunities created by the ‘Make in India’ campaign. We understand how much of a challenge it can be to enter and establish in a new territory and we’d like to take the opportunity to show QX’s corporate advisory capabilities and illustrate how we can become your reliable partner while venturing into a new market.
To know more about the event and to inquire about free tickets here or alternatively to find out more about how QX Corporate Advisors can assist your market entry, please email us at email@example.com or call us on 0845 838 2672.