"If we can take 100 companies across the country, we believe we can bring a billion-dollar trade between the two countries. We educate them about doing business in the US, identify the right companies and close the process," Mr. Venkat Ramineni of BIA Conferences said.
With Indian companies across various industry sectors showing an increased interest to do business in the U.S., BIA Conferences is looking at building a broader platform in association with industry associations and the governments of both India and United States.
To achieve this objective, BIA Conferences is organizing full-day workshops on ‘Doing Business In The US’ at 6 major Indian cities – Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi – during January 2013.
The workshops featuring U.S. business experts and attorneys are aimed at providing information and personal coaching to Indian companies and entrepreneurs about how to succeed at doing business in the United States.
U.S. business experts will provide an overview of the current business and investment opportunities, U.S. policies, procedures, and laws, and show how to formulate effective business, immigration and tax strategies to take away and implement into the business. U.S. immigration attorneys will also teach how to accomplish successful B-1, H-1B, L-1 and Green Card applications.
Expert advisors and attorneys will also be available for 1-on-1 consultations after the workshops at the event venue to help Indian companies, entrepreneurs and investors develop customized strategy for their company and for their specific situation.
With trade between India and the U.S. estimated to cross the $100 billion mark this year, the U.S. market presents enormous opportunities to Indian business in various industry sectors. The workshops will help Indian companies and businesses gain a deeper understanding of the processes and requirements to be successful in the lucrative U.S. market. The workshop will be of interest to any new or existing company that wants to sell their products and services in the United States.
The workshops are co-hosted by a number of leading industry associations including All India Association of Industries (AIAI), Basic Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics Export Promotion Council (CHEMEXCIL), AP Invest, Federation of AP Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FAPCCI), and Madras Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI).
More details on the workshop schedule, venues, agenda and speakers, are available at www.BIAConferences.com