Indian and foreign companies play dating game in Delhi

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Representatives of mid-cap companies from India and abroad gathered at Delhi’s Le Méridien hotel on 15 February for a “corporate matching programme” that aimed to pair Indian companies with foreign partners. More than 150 delegates from 17 countries attended.

Ajit Seth at Corporate Matching ProgrammeThe event, which was co-organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Delhi-based law firm India Law Offices, had the stated goal of bringing together world leading companies with cutting-edge technology that wish to enter long-term strategic alliances via joint ventures, technology licensing, equity participation, fund-raising, contract manufacturing, franchising and distributorship across borders.

Speakers included Ajit Seth, a former Indian cabinet secretary; Atul Chaturvedi, the joint secretary of the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion; Madhav Shriram, the CII chairman for Delhi state; and Savithri Parekh, chief, legal and secretarial, at Pidilite Industries. When the speeches were over, the Indian and overseas delegates huddled around tables for a series of matchmaking meetings.

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