Are you interested in the Indian market or looking at investing in India?

06 September 2017

India offers exciting opportunities for UK private businesses. Firstly, it’s projected to be the fastest growing large economy next year. PwC economists predict real GDP growth of 7.5% for India in 2018, well ahead of the 1.4% growth predicted for the UK.  

The UK is already the single largest G20 investor in India and Brexit presents further opportunities to strengthen the relationship between the two countries with new trading agreements.

Foreign direct investment in India hit an all-time high of $60.1 billion in 2016-17 according to the latest figures from the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, with the Indian government having eased rules to encourage investment and growth.  

However, some UK private businesses are still daunted by the regulatory and cultural differences between the UK and India, and feel as though they wouldn’t know where to begin doing business there.

To help UK private businesses understand how they can invest in India and benefit from its fast growing economy, PwC UK’s India Business Group is hosting and leading an exclusive private business event on the 20 September 2017 at the House of Commons.

The event will focus on India's changing business, scope and complexities of doing business in India and will be tailored to UK’s private owned businesses who are interested in learning more about the country and its business environment. Speakers will include the leader of our Private and Entrepreneurial Services from PwC India and the State Bank of India's Regional Head for the UK.

If you are a private business owner and this is of your interest or know someone would be interested, please let us know as spaces are limited. The event is by invitation only. You may email your requests or queries to Jennifer Miranda.

Dipan Shah

Dipan Shah | Partner, Head of London Private Business, PwC
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