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Doing business in India

Tuesday March 6, 2018 - 15:00 to 16:00 CET

A fast developing economy, a growing middle class and a very young workforce in India has made global businesses vie for a piece of the Indian pie. However, for these very reasons, India can be a complex cultural puzzle to solve, especially due to its extremely heterogeneous population. Generational, linguistic, professional, religious and socio-economic differences within the country make it a glaring mosaic of contrasts, paradoxes and mazes and understanding these can be key to succeeding in the country.

Join Divya Susan Varkey and Nadir Karanjia, Associate Partners of Hofstede Insights in India, to learn more about the nuances of Doing Business in the Indian Subcontinent.



NADIR KARANJIA: Nadir has worked in several fields such as Trading, Construction supplies, Exports, Agency and Representation, Product Distribution, International Business Development and Information Security Solutions. Having much exposure to international business and culture over the years, he developed a keen interest in understanding cultural differences and their influences on behaviour in general. Nadir is also certified in the Intercultural Readiness Check.

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DIVYA SUSAN VARKEY: In the years following her entry into intercultural communications training, Divya has trained executives and students from 19 different countries including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy, Greece, Colombia, the United States, the United Kingdom, Morocco, Tanzania, China and India. Her work so far has also included training CXO's and high-level managers from some of the biggest known global brands on expatriate assignments in India.

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