Aiming to boost business between India and Taiwan, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TWTC) organized a business conference on Thursday. Taiwanese delegates and Indian businessmen tried to explore various avenues of doing business together.
Steven Liu, executive of Taipei World Trade Center Liaison (Mumbai Office) said that the purpose of this event was to build close business partnerships between Taiwan and India. He said that the event organized to by TWTC, provided a networking platform to Indian and Taiwanese delegates.
“India is one of the significant market places for Taiwan and it has huge business prospects. TWTC has been organizing this event to help Taiwanese to identify the partners in India who would take their offerings to the masses.”
Liu said that India was an ideal place to do business as it provides huge market and qualified workforce. He said that Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) invites Indian delegates in various trade fairs and exhibitions such as Computech.
Champakraj Gurjar, MD of Maxtone Electronics said, “We will have to come close to establish cordial business relations with foreign companies. TAITRA has been instrumental in creating a knowledge sharing bridge between Indian and Taiwanese delegates. We hope t0 have such kinds of conferences across India to boost trade.”
Taiwan is globally recognized for its technological innovations. As a leading supplier in the global marketplace, the delegation conducted a trade meeting in Mumbai and present their latest products.
Representing Taiwan’s different industries, the delegation members showcased a vast range of industries including Printing Consumables, UPS/Inverters/Hand Tools, Hardware, Green Energy, Machine/CNC Parts, Computer Peripherals, etc. Total 18 delegates from Taiwan and around 50 Indian businessmen had participated in the one day event organized in Mumbai.