Businesses in Wolverhampton will be given a unique insight into opening up trade links with a growing international economy next week.

Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are being invited to the free 'Into India' seminar taking place at Wolverhampton Science Park, Glaisher Drive, on Thursday (13 March) from 9am to 2.30pm.

Delegates will be provided with information on what they need to do business with companies in India successfully.

This will include understanding legal structures in the country, details about business support that is available to help companies tap into the Indian market and advice about banking and tax benefits.

Presentations will be given by representatives from the India Business Hub and the State Bank of India.

Councillor Peter Bilson, Wolverhampton City Council's Cabinet Member for Economic Regeneration and Prosperity, said: "This event will give businesses in the city a chance to get a unique insight into opening up links with one of the world's most developing economies.

"Experts in the respective fields will be on hand to help companies from Wolverhampton gain an understanding of what they need to do to do business with India successfully.

"I would urge all small to medium enterprises in the area to take advantage of this unique and free opportunity."

Any small to medium business looking to trade with companies in India can register their interest at Type=links;Linkid=3214;Title=Into India;Target=_blank;.

  • released: Friday 7 March, 2014