Lumel highlights the opportunities and challenges of running businesses during Poland-India Forum in New Delhi inaugurated by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland Mr Marcin Przydacz
On the occasion of starting direct flight between Warsaw and New Delhi to further strength the business and cultural ties between India and Poland, several events took place in New Delhi.
One of such event was a panel discussion about investments by each country in the other, in order to surpass the mutual annual trade of 5 billions dollars soon on 13 September at the India Habitat centre. The event was attended by prominent current investors, potential investors, business, administrative and political leaders from both countries and FICCI.
Lumel was honoured to be part of such panel discussion highlighting the opportunities and challenges of running Indian business in Poland.
Our group Chairman Mr Narendra Goliya delivered his speech to highlight the ground we have covered so far and the challenges that we face in business environment in Poland.
„We will continue to invest in both technology developments and business expansion in Poland and overcome the challenges as we progress” said Mr Narendra Goliya during his speech. Business always needs support from the political establishment and Mr Goliya highlighted the expectations from Indian companies which were common to all the participants. Ease of doing business and clarity and uniformity in the laws is a basic requirement of modern business along with availability of skilled manpower and free movement of people across various geographies was brought out in his address.