Enterprise Greece, headed by the president and managing director of the organization, Grigoris Stergioulis, had significant contacts with businessesmen in New Delhi.
The visit was a follow-up to the Greek-Indian Business Forum co-organized by Enterprise Greece in Athens last June as part of the official visit of the Indian President to Greece.
In order to strengthen bilateral business relations, the organization organised in cooperation with the Confederation of Indian Industry (www.cii.in) an investment conference.
Stergioulis and Investment Manager of the organization, Konstantinos Angelopoulos, presented Greece’s economic developments and investment opportunities in cutting-edge industries.
The event involved major Indian businessmen and business executives from the tourism, manufacturing, construction, mining, food, energy and technology sectors.
The Confederation of Indian Industries was founded in 1895 and represents more than 300,000 enterprises from 265 Indian business associations.
Enterprise Greece officials met with high-ranking executives from the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), www.ficci.in, with whom they agreed to implement joint actions in Greece and India in 2019. Participants were also informed about Golden Visa programme and its advantages.
The conference part of the overall strategic plan of Enterprise Greece to penetrate the Indian market in order to attract investments and promote exports.