With a focus on supporting US companies in the supply chain, those planning to ‘Make in India’, and institutions looking for greater student and academic collaboration, the Centers will play a key role in aiding the United States and India achieve the $500 bln in cross-border trade and investment target. In commenting on the Centers’ launch, Aghi said, “I am delighted that the US Business Centers are being established in India. The Council is eager to provide support to US small and mid-sized companies, universities, and skills’ providers that are exploring India as a viable investment destination. The Business Center’s integrated support model should make it easier for US organizations to do business in India and achieve greater levels of success. We are delighted to support Sannam S4 in this necessary and timely enterprise.”
The US Business Centers will be introduced in the US at Stanford University, in Silicon Valley, March 16, during the first of a series of seminars entitled, ‘A Practical Guide to Doing Business in India’ to be held across the US throughout the year.