Our super-team from UiO is back to repeat the success from earlier years. The concept is crispy clear; to bring the India-Norway business community up to speed on the recent development in Indian politics.
Indian cites are growing so fast that it is impossible to provide people with the services required through traditional models. We are in a hurry to solve challenges, which was the mission of this weeks Norwegian delegation to India.
More than 50 representatives from Norwegian companies and organizations was inspired-and brought up to speed on challenges and opportunities in Ocean Business in India.
In February, NICCI will be part of the academic delegation to India with Minister Iselin Nybø. The NICCI board has defined as a focus area to bridge research and Industry. The delegation is now opening for relevant industry. Is that your company?
The first NICCI event in 2020 will give you insight in initiatives set to reduce harmful impact on the oceans, and the India business opportunities that comes hand in hand with the challenges.
Meeting with the Norwegian Ambassador to India, Hans Jacob Frydenlund -to coordinate on our 2020 activities.
This week NICCI board members met Mr. Bhutoria, whose name is synonymous with social welfare activities and promotion of Indian folk art, literature and culture.
Through research and development -new products, services and business models will emerge. The ocean nation Norway is playing a leading role in supporting a sustainable future for ocean business.
NICCI members, we have 10 free tickets to the Norwegian International Entrepreneur Conference in Oslo 1. November. Main sponsor of NIEC is Indian ISolve/CADD Centre. Their founder and Chairman Mr. Parthasarathy is in Oslo to give a Keynote. He has built the company to be present in 700 locations in 29 countries.
NICCI want to establish an annual study trip to India exclusively for our members and invited guests.