(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Held at the Dubai World Trade Centre in collaboration with the Indian Business and Professional Council (IBPC), the roundtable formed part of a series of roundtable events in line with the Authority's strategy to promote Sharjah as a leading business and investment hub in the region.
Shaikha Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairperson of Shurooq, said: "The Indian business community has consistently acted as positive drivers of business and commerce within our Emirate and there are many Indian companies whose regional and even international success stories started right here in Sharjah or the GCC."
Shaikha Bodour also went on to emphasise that the Sharjah-India Roundtable was aimed at exploring the many mutually beneficial opportunities that Sharjah has to offer the Indian business and investment community.
Paras Shahdadpuri, president of the IBPC said: "In Sharjah, thanks to forward thinking business legislation put in place by the Sharjah government, we are assured that our business and investment interests are being taken care of. The Emirate offers excellent infrastructure, good logistics, and space in which to expand at very competitive prices. Sharjah also has a very diversified economy and a strong consumer base, all of which positively impact ROI and makes it an excellent location to base operations from."