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India Week in Hamburg: November 2017
In 2017, the India Week takes place in Hamburg. This year several hosts invite from 6.-12th November to more than 80 events. markets and more organizes with kind support of Philips GmbH Market DACH a guided tour on production site and Get-together on November, 9th at 5 pm. Target groups are German and Indian companies from medical devices, pharmaceutical industry and biotechnology. This session offers manufacturers, dealers, distributors, scientists and decision makers the chance for exchange of recent business ideas, technologies and contacts in the field of Life Sciences.

The India Week is organized by the office of Senate Hamburg together with Hamburg Department of Culture, German-Indian Round Table, chamber of commerce of Hamburg the General Consulate of the Republic of India and more.
The final program can be found here.

Medical devices in India, Heidelberg, 16th December 2016
The symposium focuses mainly on providing valuable information on the dynamically developing medical devices market in India, and at the same time, it will offer practical solutions, with the aim of comprehending the regulatory and legal framework of the Indian market. Market entry strategies and forming business alliances will definitely be some of the essential issues to be analysed. Constructive exchanges and topic-related discussions with Indian counterparts are also going to be major aspects of the symposium. In short, participants are certain to receive all the necessary information in order to achieve a promising and successful entry into the rewarding, and at the same time challenging Indian market.

PDA, annual meeting, Berlin, 27.06.2016

At the workshop “business opportunities in India” and in cooperation with Jörg Straßburger of Go East Advisors Ltd. and Prof. Sushil Khanna of the University of Calcutta, markets and more introduces pharma industry businesses and medical technology companies to the prospects of the Indian market.

Indo-German Innovation Partnership through Industry 4.0, Hannover, 25. April 2016
Global trends, in terms of production mechanisms, were discussed at the workshop of the Hannover Trade exhibition, in connection with the challenges which digitalisation imposes on manufacturing processes. Top executives representing large enterprises and institutions, among them the Chairman of the EEPC India, participated in lively and constructive discussions.

Foreign trade with focus on India – Opportunities and challenges, Leer, 19.05.2016

For the medium-sized economy, the increasing globalisation process does not only open up chances but entails risks, too. Today, 90% of the global economic growth takes place in non-European countries – and already every second medium-scale German company with an annual turnover of between 2 and 10 Million is either directly or as a supplier in the export involved, and the trend is upwards.

Apart from valuable information about the foreign trade furtherance for small and medium-sized German companies through the federal ministry for economic cooperation and development, corporations also acquire insider advice on India, a country with more than 1,2 billion people, which is experiencing an economic upswing and a period of transition.
India had been able to withstand the negative consequences of recent turbulences, in contrast to other BRICS countries, and according to the IMF, it is undoubtedly the region with the greatest economic growth potential. More about the event.

5th India Engineering Sourcing Show, Mumbai, 24. – 26, November 2015

“Engineering the future” is the motto of the 5th IESS trade exhibition in India. It accurately reflects the country’s destiny as a technologically oriented nation, with fertile ground for innovations and investments.

The trade exhibition is organized by the largest Indian partner of the BVMW, the Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC). EEPC is the leading Indian organization for the promotion of trade and investments in the mechanical engineering sector.

Approximately 400 trade fair exhibitors, around 10000 visitors from India, USA, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, ASEAN, SAARC, Africa, CIS and LAC got informed about the industrial and technological goods, metal- and electronic industry products as well as automotive components.

As part of a delegation from Germany, Yvonne Julia Metzger was present at the exhibition site for three days and talked with government officials, organizers, trade exhibitioners and visitors from India. She initiated the forming of new cooperations and enhanced already existing business relations.

Before and after the trade exhibition, the businesswoman stayed for another nine days in the Megacity Mumbai, where she had scheduled appointments with several associations and well-known representatives of the advisory boards of Indian enterprises.

This completely successful business trip is just the first of a number of several others that are to be realized in 2016.

India Week in Hamburg: 2.-7. November 2015

India, a crucial engine within the BRICS countries, is becoming more and more important for Germany. The recent visit of the German Chancellor to India in October, for government consultations with four ministers and a delegation numbering 20 entrepreneurs, underlines the significance of the Indian subcontinent to the Federal Republic of Germany. German corporations ought to be in the position to invest much faster than before. Some of the vital key terms for scheduled cooperations are technology, F & E, Smart Cities as well as Skill India.

The India Week Hamburg 2015 was with over 80 events and more than 30000 visitors the greatest India Week in Germany so far. The consultant of BVMW India and manageress of the BVMW India contact offices Germany, Yvonne Julia Metzger, and Anita Shukla, Senior Advisor BVMW India, were present at numerous events during the whole week. In addition to this, Mrs. Shukla organized together with “GIZ/Make it in Hamburg” the event “talents for Hamburg”. At the well-attended final event “Challenges and opportunities in German-Indian businesses”, the BVMW India, with their two main representatives Daniel Raja and Yvonne Julia Metzger as well as Senior Advisor Anita Shukla, was demonstrated once more. Furthermore, Anita Shukla provided an introduction to the Indian market and business culture from the perspective of the German medium-sized companies, with emphasis on technology and innovation potentials.

Further information about the events can be found here.