Asialink Business has partnered with the High Commission of India in Australia (HCI) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on a new program Boosting Economic Ties: India-Australia Investment.
In a statement, Asialink Business said:
“We are now receiving expressions of interest from government, industry, or corporate partners who would like to sponsor this initiative.”
The expressions of interest for sponsorship are focused on sectors such as critical minerals, batteries and electric vehicles; mining and METS; education; healthcare; food processing; technology; financial services; logistics and more.
In 2021, India emerged as an important trade partner to Australia, however, investment remains very low.
As per reports, only 0.6 per cent of Australian outbound investment in 2021 went to India, making it Australia’s 19th largest destination for foreign investment.
Asialink buisness notes:
“An investment-led approach also allows Australian companies to adapt their business model to the price-sensitive Indian market.”
The Boosting Economic Ties: India-Australia Investment Program will include:
- build awareness of the Indian market among Australian businesses,
- broker connections between Australian investors and Indian counterparts,
- showcase opportunities among Australian investors in target sectors
This unique opportunity will allow government, industry, or corporate sponsors to align their brands with this program, profile their expertise and senior representatives, and influence and contribute content to shape the initiative.