Indian summer for UK SME’s with mentoring from Tata
Small businesses across the UK who want to enter the Indian market will be learning from the experts with a new business-oriented education, mentoring and support scheme from Tata.
Tata and UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) have joined forces as part of UKTI’s Technology Partnerships service, a programme designed to help technology SME’s in the UK develop partnerships with Indian businesses.
From left: Rt. Hon. George Osborne MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Nick Baird, CEO, UKTI; Anwar Hasan, director, Tata Limited; P Chidambaram, finance minister of India
UK SME’s heading to India get help from Tata
Tata’s Management Training Centre will be hosting up to 20 high-tech companies this Summer in a week-long pilot scheme, which will take place both in India and the UK. The programme is designed to help UK SME’s understand the business culture of Indian firms and encourage partnerships and growth opportunities both in the Indian market and globally.
Tata has over 100 years expertise in British-Indian business, spanning multiple sectors, giving the SME’s who take part a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the range of companies within the Tata group.
Tata teaches UK SME’s how to do business in India
Participants will learn how to grow a small technology business in India, with valuable industry insights from Tata and relevant other companies and organisations, resulting in each SME creating their own tangible action plan on how to build and grow their business in India over the coming months – reflecting Tata’s ongoing investment and support for British business.