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21 Jan 2020 Success stories
Deakin University’s partnership with IIT Madras highlights how a multi-faceted approach to the market yields positive results.
19 Dec 2019 Success stories
Macquarie Business School shows how specialist executive education can help drive growth in a major market like India.
18 Dec 2019 Wine Insights
In a country with a population of 1.3 billion and where around 700 million people are above the legal drinking age – a number growing by 19 million a year – India is a market with many opportunities f ...
16 Dec 2019 Insights
Australian food businesses will find a warm reception in India, where the expanding middle-class population, modern retail formats and entry of international e-commerce platforms are driving growth in ...
16 Dec 2019 Success stories
RMIT has been holding a series of Summer Schools in India’s north and is considering a Winter School in the south.
12 Dec 2019 Agtech Insights
The use of innovative technology in agriculture – agtech – has fundamentally disrupted conventional production techniques and market linkages in the Indian agricultural sector.
2 Dec 2019 Success stories
San Remo, the privately owned pasta and speciality foodmaker, sees increasing demand and retail sophistication as key to its growth plans for India.
8 Nov 2019 Success stories
As the number of people with diabetes and food allergies increases worldwide, SalDoce Fine Foods has found a ready market for its gluten-free, vegan and plant-based protein products, which provide hea ...
8 Nov 2019 Insights
India has moved up 14 places to be 63rd among 190 nations for ease of doing business, in the World Bank’s Doing Business 2020 report, released on 24 October.
12 Jun 2019 Insights
With trade wars, powerful neighbours, and the odds on a recession narrowing within the next two years, considering Indian market entry has never been more mission-critical for Australian business.
18 Apr 2019 Mining equipment Metals and minerals Insights
India is one of Australia’s most valuable economic partners. The India Economic Strategy to 2035 states ‘there is no market over the next 20 years which offers more growth opportunities for Australian ...
6 Nov 2018 Success stories
Namoi Cotton’s exports to Bangladesh are worth up to US$60 million annually, thanks to strong relationships with the country’s top-tier spinning mills.
30 Oct 2018 Success stories
Assisted by Austrade, GOTAFE secured an internationally competitive contract with the Indian Government’s peak dairy body, the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), to conduct short, intensive trai ...
26 Oct 2018 Building and Construction Success stories
Australian cost management advisory services firm WT Partnership’s success in India is built around its market entry strategy and careful targeting of customers. In just three years, the company has a ...
27 Sep 2018 Latest from Austrade
Close to 600 participants attended a series of seminars across Australia in September to learn more about business opportunities in India and a new strategy to strengthen the India-Australia economic ...
3 Sep 2018 Insights
Australian cyber security firms looking to do business in India have a unique entry point: supplying or partnering with multinational technology integrators that are actively looking for new products ...
30 Jul 2018 Wine Success stories
Wines by Geoff Hardy, a family-owned and operated wine company with a unique heritage, sees India as an important future wine market in the Asian region.
28 Mar 2018 Latest from Austrade
In February 2018, the Indian Government announced it would open commercial coal mining to private-sector companies, including international firms. Previously, private companies were only allowed to un ...
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