India-Russia Business Forum (March 29-30) to concentrate on Tech alliances in Larger Eurasia
By siliconindia | Monday, 13 March 2023, 03:34:50 PM IST
The India-Russia Business Forum ‘Cooperation for Growth and Expansion’ will be held in New Delhi on 29-30 March, 2023 as a part of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum’s foreign activities segment.
The focus of the ‘Technological Alliances in the Greater Eurasia’ plenary session will be the question of how to perfect cooperation between Russia and India in high-tech.
Delegates will discuss opportunities for creating high-tech alliances in different areas: IT, cybersecurity, industry and manufacturing, smart cities, transport, logistics and healthcare, and to support Russian companies as they refocus on new markets.
The objective of the forum is to push new areas of economic cooperation including IT, construction & mechanical engineering.
“The Russia—India cooperation format is one of the drivers of region-wide efforts to improve the architecture of inter-state relations in the Asia—Pacific Region (APR). The Forum is designed to strengthen business ties between the Russian and Indian business communities, to support Russian businesses entering the Indian market and to acquaint Indian partners with specific export offers,” said Anton Kobyakov, Adviser to the President of the Russian Federation.
Veronika Nikishina, General Director of the Russian Export Center called India as one of Russia’s most important trade and economic partners, and the potential for growth in trade between our countries is very high.
“As part of the Forum, the Russian Export Center will be carrying out a high-tech business mission, in which over 20 Russian companies from the IT sector, business process management, mechanical engineering, construction, energy and medicine will be taking part,” added Nikishina.
A number of Russian companies have products and solutions that are unique and often unrivalled throughout the world. The REC will be arranging B2B negotiations for them with potential Indian buyers and partners.
Representatives of Russian and Indian government agencies, commercial and industrial organizations will be taking part in the event.
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