Cincinnati USA Partnership Travels to India
Delegates from the Cincinnati, Ohio, region are in India this week, visiting prospects in Delhi, Mumbai and at the (India Engineering Sourcing Show, to build upon business relationships and to attract Indian-owned companies to invest in new facilities in the Cincinnati region.
Target clusters for the trade mission include food and flavoring, specialty chemicals, pharma, packaging, IT and manufacturing. Delegates will also meet with large Indian business groups. The mission, which began on Monday and ends tomorrow, is the first international trade mission by the Cincinnati USA Partnership in 2013.The partnership is an initiative of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, focused on business expansion and retention.
“After our first trip in 2008, it become evident that Indian investment could provide a great deal of growth in our region,” says Trevor Hamilton, vice president of economic development, Cincinnati USA Partnership. “We’re looking forward to building on our Indian business relationships and expanding our message about Cincinnati’s potential.”
More than 500 foreign-owned companies are located in the Cincinnati region. The partnership is focused on international efforts with Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Japan and emerging opportunities in Israel and India.
Illustration from www.cincinnatiusa.org.
Compiled from Cincinnati USA Partnership press materials.