Indoscandic is going to sign MOU with Indian government soon
In the words of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,
India is on the path to self reliance, or “aatma nirbharta.”
In this regard, the Prime Minister has not only shown commitment but also appealed to citizens and Indians living around the globe. There is renewed emphasis on necessary changes in the legal framework and infrastructure development to attract foreign capital.
Such efforts are now leading to outcomes, with the INDO-SCANDIC Business Council initiating the first steps in this direction from the Scandic region.
Amidst a favourable investment climate and thriving market that could bring in investments beyond one lakh crore in the next decade, the INDO-SCANDIC business council today organised a virtual business meet with 125 start-ups.
Part of the virtual meet were, eminent panelists like Dr Ashutosh Tiwari, Chairman VBRI, Dr H Purushottam, Chairman, NRDC, Government of India, Rajesh Mehta, Chairman, Intree India and Dr S.S. Rao, President, Indian Innovation Association and several entrepreneurs.
VBRI Chairman Dr Ashutosh Tiwari said, northern Europe has largely remained unexplored by India despite the endless possibilities it holds for a market like India. He added that, sectors like medical technology, environment, agriculture and energy are replete with opportunities.
VBRI’s endeavour is to connect investors with novel innovations on one platform and subsequently explore the Indian market as demand for such an initiative is on the rise.
Answering a media query on projections of a1 lakh crore investment in the upcoming decade, NRDC chairperson Dr. H. Purushottam is ready for any such proposal and we are progressing quickly in this direction by improving infrastructure and reducing red tapism.
He further assured Scandian investors of how India is full of prospects, which are only bound to grow in the times ahead.
Dr Tiwari points to the fact that the IndoScandic region has always been overlooked.
An outreach like the IndoScandic Business Meet is certain to benefit both business oriented countries and we are determined to play a key role in this process.