Karlsruhe's Economic Network for India
The Indian economy also offers very good sales and expansion opportunities for European companies. To use this potential effectively it is important f.e. a medium-sized company to obtain specific background information in addition to market analyses.
But this is not a one-way street: indian companies also get first class information on the German market - especially from the Karlsruhe region.
High-tech and innovation that gets across to people – in Karlsruhe and also in and around Pune. “Connecting ideas,” the KMK slogan couldn’t be more apt in this context. “First-class cooperative efforts between the two cities are already in the making,” said S. H. Kopardekar, senior manager of the MCCIA. “It’s essential that we continue to pursue them because many future issues such as intelligent mobility and internationalisation are the same challenges,” added Ralf Eichhorn of the Karlsruhe business development agency.
Karlsruhe's Economic Development Office and Karlsruher Messe- und Kongress-GmbH have created the Economic Network for India using key communicators from commerce and science who are active in India. Companies interested in the Indian market can use this network as an important platform for exchanging information and establishing personal contac
The International Department of Karlsruhe University, Karlsruher Messe- und Kongress-GmbH and Karlsruhe's Economic Development Office are also working jointly with representatives in India to raise the level of awareness of Karlsruhe as a location for business, science, and trade fairs, to promote Karlsruhe in India, and to assist companies in entering the market in India.