On February 20, 2019 Ukrainian innovation companies will be informed of Indian market trading opportunities.
“Absorb India: Trade Opportunities” workshop will be held in Kyiv on February 20, 2019, innovators – representatives of Ukrainian business, working in the fields of aerospace, advanced manufacturing and cleantech are invited.During this event, Ukrainian companies will be able to get acquainted with the export opportunities of local market and get the chance to become the pioneers of Ukrainian advanced technologies in India – the “focus market” for Ukrainian export according to the Export Strategy.The workshop speakers are experienced professional international consultants, in particular, the founder of the leading Indian consulting company Tarun Gupta. The company has helped over 300 foreign companies in 20 countries all over the world to establish trade relations with India and now its founder is going to share his experience and knowledge with Ukrainian companies.At the same time, registration of Ukrainian companies for trade mission to India will also start at the end of February. Companies operating in such sectors as aerospace, advanced manufacturing and cleantech are invited to participate.It involves, in particular, advanced technologies, green innovations and waste recycling technologies, solar panels and other activities aimed at reducing the negative impact on the environment, the transition to renewable energy sources, as well as commercial aerospace products and services.Only 8 companies meeting requirements will be chosen via competitive selection for trade mission participation.The program is funded by the European Union in the framework of EU4Business initiative and implemented with the EBRD support.As you know, India is the third largest economy in the world in terms of GDP (PPP). In recent years the country has shown the highest growth dynamics among the world’s largest economies. India is Ukraine’s largest trading partner in the Asia-Pacific region. For 10 months of 2018, export of Ukrainian products to this country exceeded $ 1.8 billion.