Make in India is an initiative of the Indian government to encourage multinational, as well as domestic companies to manufacture products in India. The project was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in September 2014 as part of a broader set of nation-building initiatives. Created to transform India into an international design and manufacturing hub.
The Make in India initiative is a huge step in the right direction for the advancing country of India. The initiative is designed to increase FDI by providing subsidies and reducing the amount of red tape required to open and run a business in India. At QX Corporate Advisors we assist companies wanting to expand their operations in addition to maintaining low overhead costs. Our expertise lies in utilising a Build Operate Transfer (BOT) model to effectively de-risk foreign market entry.
Director of QX Corporate Advisors, Ravi Kurani presented at Going Global Live in London on May 12 2016 on the Make in India initiative. The presentation highlights the Indian government’s plan to increase FDI through the implementation of subsidies. If you have any about the Make in India initiative or any other business opportunities in India or globally please feel free to request a callback or email us on email@example.com.