Networking Seminar in Paris

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IFCCI in association with Medef and the support of Embassy of India, Paris is organising a Networking Seminar in Paris on 21st September 2022.


IFCCI in association with Medef and the support of Embassy of India, Paris is organising a Networking Seminar in Paris


Wednesday, 21st September 2022


'Doing Business in India: Perception v/s Reality' from 4:30pm - 6:30pm. 

The event is in association with Knowledge Partner, Veyrah Law.


The idea of the event is to have a realtime discussion with business leaders who have lived, worked and built successful businesses in India with on ground experience & to talk about their journey.

Panelists (who have had remarkable careers in India and are currently working in France):

  • Pallavi Tyagi - EVP & Group Head of People Experience Design & Future of Work Expertise Hub, Capgemini (Former, CHRO, Capgemini India)
  • Snehhal Chitneni - AVP - Global Public Affairs, L'Oréal (Former Head of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability of L’Oreal India) 
  • Joel Verany - Directeur, DS Automobiles, France (Former VP Sales and Network at Stellantis India) 
  • Ajay Joseph, Partner - Veyrah Law (Moderator)

The idea of the event is to give a perspective on the current business scenario in India(pre/post Covid) and its ground realities. 



India is best positioned to be the beneficiary of the world’s ‘China plus One’ strategy. The reasons why India is an attractive market for the world have been discussed and known to all for a while. However, much like the uniqueness and diversity in its culture, the challenges in India are also unique. While a lot has been done over the years by successive governments to liberalise the regulatory regime to make it more business-friendly, it is far from the desired ideal. Even today, investing in India is one thing but successfully operating in India is another. 

In this discussion, we try and gather a first-hand account from businesses that have boldly entered the Indian market. We will also explore and understand measures that foreign businesses can adopt to navigate the Indian business landscape more effectively. One thing is for sure, the Indian opportunity is huge, but foreign businesses from developed markets have to customize their approach for Indian conditions. Patience, persistence and adaptability are key to operating and hopefully succeeding in the Indian market.

RSVP: rishika.roy(@) (by invite only)




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