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A concise guide to doing business in India

This book is for exploring, starting or already doing business in India.

Useful insights and reliable information to support doing business in India.

Engagingly written by two authors who have set up and do business in India.

Part of an exciting new book series, the World Wise series.

Book Details

Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-912555-34-5

FORMAT: 160 x 115mm

Bookbinding: Flexibound

Number of pages: 248pp


AUTHOR

Jamie Cid is a social entrepreneur and consultant to various companies on doing business in India & the U.S. She has led the launch of platforms like movements.org for human rights and MobiHires an HR Tech platform for the Indian and US Market. She spent over a decade working with Indian companies helping them enter the U.S Market in the area of ERP Software. Jamie Lives in Delhi and NYC and is often asked to speak and hold workshops on entrepreneurship. digital pr, branding and launching a beauty product at India’s top fashion school Pearl Academy. Jamie is also an advocate and supports the development of women led organizations and platforms that help women go back into the workforce.

 

Laurie Baum often calls India home where she’s worked with multiple global organizations holding positions within India as International Executive Director with ALL Ladies League, Global Ambassador with the Women Economic Forum, International Programs Director with Rising Star Outreach, Director of Special Events with Days for Girls International and as a Professor of English Communication and Life Skills.


REVIEWS

Doing Business in India is an informative and enlightening piece about all things India. From tourists to entrepreneurs, readers will find value from this informative and easy-to-understand resource. Topics range from Indian geography, culture and religion to travel requirements and business developments and protocols. Every chapter is well-developed and written so that readers can walk away with a breadth of knowledge and feel prepared to embark on their business ventures in the rising economy of India.

Savitaraj Hiremath, Tandav Film Entertainment Pvt Ltd, well-known producer for Path-BreakingBollywood Cinema and winner of National and International Awards

This book offers a sincere and practical approach that will change the pre-set mind of any foreigner to rethink doing business in India. To run a business smoothly in India itis necessary to satisfy the cultural importance of every region. The authors have taken into account India’s diversified conditions in respect of language, cuisine, costume, religion and customs.

Anuj Rawat, CEO, India Travel and Leisure

I’ve been travelling to India since 2011 to teach life skills workshops and network with global entrepreneurs. The business opportunities in India are limitless! This is the book I wish I had from the beginning to better understand the business and personal culture and traditions of this amazing country.

Ann Webb, Founder, Ideal LifeVision and Global LifeVision

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