SME

For Small-Medium Businesses
Are you a small or medium sized business who would like to do business in India?

The Canada-India Business Council assists Small to Medium-sized companies (SMEs) to do business in India. We can provide market entry, mentorship and networking opportunities that cater to the needs of small and medium-sized companies that have an interest in doing business in the India Corridor.

To become a C-IBC SME Member, please complete the Membership registration form.

Resources and Events
C_IBC SME Members receive access to helpful resources to help them understand better how to do business in India. We offer numerous learning opportunities, events, videos research and publications.

CTA@India Program
The CTA@India is a one-of-a-kind, cross-border Government of Canada initiative for Canadian and Indian tech companies. It is designed to serve as a catalyst for entry and expansion into the Canadian and Indian markets.

Program offers:

4-month virtual structured training
First cohort from March-June 2014
Two one-week intense market exposure
Mentoring
Access to global partners & clients
New channels for sales & marketing
Cross-border fundraising opportunities
Access to industry experts and thought leaders
To learn more about the CTA@India Program, click here.

Videos
Doing Business in India Series

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Govt to Gov’t Relations with Peter Sutherland, President & CEO, Canada India Business Council
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The Indian Business Environment with Rana Sarkar, National Director, High Growth Markets, KPMG
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Canada-Indian Relationship Building with Gary Comerford, Exec VP, RGA International
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Exporting & Financing with VJ Gairola, EDC (Mumbai)
Research & Publications
Opportunities and Challenges – India 101

A presentation on the opportunities and challenges of doing business in India by Marvin Hough, of the Telfer School of Management. Download the presentation >>

Executive Training on Doing Business in India – Time to Avoid Spinning Wheels

As the realization starts to set in for Canadian firms that they really do need to diversify export and investment markets, India continues to grow on the radar screen. Canadian executives are gradually awakening to the tremendous opportunities in the vast and diverse Indian marketplace and appreciating that the country will be an economic superpower in the next few decades. Yes, the awareness of the market is starting to build, the false assumption is that we just need to refocus our efforts away from the US and continue with the same business approach. Download the full article>>

Corridor

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The Canada-India Business Council is pleased to launch the second edition of CORRIDOR, its exclusive annual magazine, with original content from leading experts and executives on key trends and issues in Canada-India business.

The 2012 edition highlights the achievements of the C-IBC over the past year and features commentary on India’s infrastructure boom, educational cooperation, smart cities, sustainable business and trends in Indian private equity. In addition, success stories profile leading companies and entrepreneurs in the bilateral corridor, and a guide for India watchers outlines where to find the latest news, views and entertainment. Download 2012 Edition of Corridor >>

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