Rama Krishna Sangem
The US India SME Council, Washington DC, will be organizing its annual Incredible Inc 50 awards presentation in Hyderabad on October 30, Monday. As many as 25 business leaders from different categories in India will be presented awards at this gala ceremony to be held at The Westin MindSpace, Hotel, Madhapur in the city from 7 pm on. The awards are given mostly to entrepreneurs from women, minorities and self-made business leaders.
The first leg of this Incredible Inc 50 was held in Washington DC sometime in August this year where 25 eminent business persons from America was honoured, according to Elisha Pullivarti, CEO of US India SME Council, while talking to Excel India in Hyderabad on October 29, Sunday. Elisha along with a delegation of 25 US business leaders came to Hyderabad on Saturday.
Montgomery County, Maryland, USA Trade Mission delegation to Hyderabad
Marc Erich, County Executive of Montgomery and Elisha Pulivarti, CEO, of US India SME Council, and officials from Maryland State University are leading an economic development mission to India with other business and government leaders from Montgomery County, Maryland, USA. The networking event promises to be a valuable opportunity for collaboration and growth.
“Main Objectives of the Incredible Inc awards and the US delegation visit is to build Partnerships with growth-oriented technology businesses in India to facilitate their R & D/ Sales and US market expansion opportunities in Montgomery County, Maryland companies, to Present awards to SME companies selected by the US-India SME Council, said Srihari Kotela, Co-coordinator for Hyderabad event
Montgomery County in the US offers a variety of business opportunities to entrepreneurs from India. The region close to the US capital Washington DC offers facilities in biotech and advanced technologies. The region rich with nine higher education and university systems is known to embrace people across the world with its rich multicultural demographic profile, said Sudhakar Gande, US India SME Council chairman and Srihari Kotela.