For those who are patient and persistent, the Indian market offers a wide range of opportunities, from the investment perspective, supply of provisions, as well as distribution of goods on this gigantic and growing market. Nevertheless, as Simon Avery explained it recently in the Globe and Mail, a few critical elements need to be taken into account before starting off. Without ...

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Despite undeniable progress, India is a country where it remains quite difficult to do business, as evidenced by the World Bank’s ranking. Yet, there are glimmers of hope! The Ease of doing business index, compiled by the World Bank indicates the ease – or difficulty – of doing business in different countries of the world. For example, the United States earns a score of 7, whil ...

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Arsha Consulting is proud to be a member of the OSCI since February 2015.As explained on their website, the OSCI, Opérateurs Spécialistes du Commerce International, is the French Federation of Entrepreneurs in International Trade. It includes the Sociétés d’Accompagnement à l’International (SAI), (International Accompaniment Companies) the Sociétés de Gestion Export (SGE) (Expo ...

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2015 is projected as the year when Global trade will return to its 20-year average of 5.3%. Many emerging economies including India are expected to contribute majorly to this growth. No wonder, a look at the list of trade shows in India will reveal the brighter and positive side of the country. So, before making your business travel plan for this year, check out the Top 4 trade ...

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Antoine NATTA worked with us at Arsha Consulting on a two-and-a-half month internship project in the defence and aviation sector. This internship was mandatory for the completion of his MBA as part of the exchange programme between ESC Pau in France and the National School of Business Bangalore.According to the Embassy of India in Paris, over 300 MoUs (Memorandum of Understan ...

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Every Indian student has at one point or another dreamed of leaving Indian shores for higher studies abroad. The UNESCO Institute for Statistics puts the total number of Indian students studying abroad at 189,472 -- representing 21% of the global number of internationally mobile students.There are many reasons for this exodus abroad, the key ones being: a desire for an internat ...

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I was going back to Delhi for the first time since the election of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister. It was an opportunity to discuss with the French business community in India’s capital and get a view of what we can expect from this coming to power, the like of which has not been seen since 1984.This has not happened for 30 years! A man, “NaMo” as people call him here, has ...

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Namaste! It has been more than six years in India for some of us here at Arsha Consulting. It has been a period where we have gained an incomparable wealth of local experience. Against this background it gives us today immense pleasure to launch the Arsha Blog, which will allow us to share our enthusiasm for this extraordinary region with you and we hope it will help you do and ...

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The secret of selecting the right place to set up operations: somewhere practical, somewhere pleasantSeveral foreign companies make the mistake of believing that all that happens in India happens in New Delhi or Bombay. But Bangalore, a “small provincial” town that boasts of the most pleasant weather in India and where great animation features such as Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and M ...

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