Polish trade mission scouts for tie-ups in India
Mumbai, Apr 26 (UNI) Poland is looking forward to explore business opportunities in India by eyeing a scope for tie-ups in the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) segment.
In this regard, a six-member Polish trade delegation visited the commercial capital on Monday and met with members of Indian Merchants' Chamber (IMC) for tie-up possibilities with Indian manufacturers and importers of food processing machinery, shower cabins made of tempered glass and polystyrene and other products, an IMC release here said.
The delegation interacted with IMC president Nayan Patel, who offered to extend full co-operation to them in identifying suitable Indian business partners.
Polish Consul in Mumbai, Jerzy Midak and consulate senior official Michal Lason, who accompanied the delegation, pointed towards the enormous scope for tie-up between SMEs in both the countries.
Mr Patel told the delegation that India was a large market with a burgeoning middle class and had great potential in the agro-processing and lifestyle segments.
''But to begin with, you must first identify a competent local distributor and manufacturer for marketing your products in this vast country. IMC can help you to identify your potential business partners in India,'' he said.
He also said the Polish businessmen seeking business development in India could also begin by visiting Indian business fairs, exhibitions, factories and manufacturing facilities.