PUNE, INDIA - As a signature event of the Chamber, Annual Fellowship Nite held on Thursday, March 20 at JW Marriott in Pune. WTC Pune played the pivotal role in getting together IACC and Pennsylvania Trade & Investment group on a common platform to discuss the future probability of business together. Annual Fellowship Nite helped in connecting IACC Pune and its dignitaries to Pennsylvania for a session on ‘Pennsylvania: Your gateway to North America’. The Representatives were glad to discuss on guidance provided to foreign investors as well as the economic development and business incentives that would benefit Indian companies considering business expansion in Pennsylvania.
While speaking at the event, Mr Shalendra Porwal, Chairman, Indo-American Chamber of Commerce Pune Branch, informed, “As a catalyst for promoting bilateral economic growth, IACC is actively establishing relationships between Indian and the US organization. Today, there are many opportunities in India for American businesses to expand their operations in technology and education.”
The event had who’s-who of various industries like US Consulate, Corporate heads, Entrepreneurs and important members from the government in attendance. This event was an effective investment to reach specific industries, executives, management as well as investors, k provide not only direct unilateral communications to the audience by way of presentations and one on one networking opportunities but also provides bilateral sources of linkages and relationships with potential clients, investors, bankers, users, service providers, etc.
Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is a non-government, non-profit, industry led and industry-managed organization. IACC is the only bilateral Chamber of Commerce in India, which is committed to development of Indo-US business and trade relations.
Pennsylvania has the 6th largest economy in the U.S. and the 20 largest in the world, with a GDP of $578 billion. 11 largest exporting state in the U.S. leading exports sector: Chemicals, machinery, metal manufacturing, electronics, transportation equipment. Pennsylvania’s investment attraction and trade promotion programs have helped generate $294.8 million in state local tax revenue and supported more than 36,000 jobs in the state over the last five years.
(PHOTOS: Top, delegate giving the speech at Annual Fellowship Nite, and guests enjoying the interactive session)
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