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Law Firm Shares Indian Trade Advice

Irwin Mitchell Co-Hosts Seminar In Leeds


International business experts at Yorkshire-based law firm Irwin Mitchell are co-hosting a seminar to advise companies on developing trade links with India.

The seminar, which will be given by the Manufacturing Hub – constituting Irwin Mitchell, HSBC, and marketing and communications agency The Aspect Group – will provide those attending with an invaluable guide on how to build and maintain trade links with businesses operating within one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

Earlier this year a team of leading business figures including representatives from Irwin Mitchell and HSBC travelled to India to establish trade links and share best practice with organisations in South Asia.

The “Trade With India” event will be hosted at the HSBC offices on Park Row, Leeds, on Thursday 29th September (9am till 2pm). It will bring together a range of speakers to provide an insider’s view on the Indian market in an aim to help attendees position their company to obtain maximum benefit from its trade links.

Speaking at the event will be:

  • Adrian Mutton, MD of British-led Indian business support company Sannam S4;
  • Keith Warburton, MD of Global Business Solutions;
  • Leif Eskesen, Chief Economist for India and the Association of South East Asian Nations within the HSBC group;
  • Bruno Jouan, MD of international automotive manufacturing firm the VTL Group.

Paul Johnson, a Partner in the Corporate team at Irwin Mitchell, said: “As one of the fastest growing economies in the world, India presents an exciting opportunity for professional services providers in the Yorkshire region.

“This seminar is a great opportunity for business individuals to gain an overview of Indian business, and discover and understand exactly what is involved and any hurdles that they may face when establishing a business in the country.

“A Yorkshire-based team, including experts from Irwin Mitchell and HSBC, travelled to India earlier this year in order to establish trade links, and we will be passing our experiences and advice on to those attending the seminar.

“This region can make a real impact on the Indian business environment, as it has a lot to offer and can provide an attractive proposition financially for Indian firms.”

For more information or to book your place on the seminar, please visit the Manufacturing Hub website at http://www.manufacturinghub.co.uk/.