HEIN+FRICKE Engages in Insightful Panel Discussion at 'Make in India for the World' Seminar in Germany

HEIN+FRICKE, a leading name in technology solutions, proudly participated in the 'Make in India for the World' seminar held in Germany. The event, orchestrated by Make in India Mittelstand (MIIM) in collaboration with Invest India and the German Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Action (BMWK), proved to be a pivotal platform for cross-cultural business insights.

The seminar, held under the aegis of the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), aimed to foster stronger ties between German Mittelstand companies and their Indian counterparts. It highlighted the 'Make in India' initiative as a catalyst for bolstering the manufacturing sector, steering India towards self-reliance, and encouraging dedicated investments.

A notable feature of the event was the profound panel discussion, bringing together seasoned entrepreneurs from India and Germany. The distinguished panelists, including Mr. Manfred Hein, Director of HEIN+FRICKE, engaged in a candid dialogue on their experiences of establishing and managing operations in foreign territories.

The diverse panel comprised Mr. Martin Wörlein (Head of India & South Asia Advisory, Rödl & Partner), Mr. Christian Schubert (Vice President & Head of Corporate Govt. Relations, BASF SE), Mr. Mukul Dhyani (Senior Vice President & Business Head-Continental Europe, Tech Mahindra), Mr. Daniel de Gooijer (Business Strategy Expert, Phoenix Contact), and Mr. Gunjan Bhardwaj (CEO Partex NV). Topics ranged from governmental support and challenges related to tax and regulations to strategies for promoting staff exposure to the parent organization's culture.

Mr. Manfred Hein shared valuable insights into HEIN+FRICKE's journey, contributing a unique perspective to the overarching theme of the event. The seminar garnered enthusiastic participation, with attendees expressing positive sentiments about the conducive business environment in India.

HEIN+FRICKE encourages fellow German Mittelstand companies to leverage the MIIM initiative in shaping their investment plans for India. The company remains committed to fostering international collaborations and contributing to the success of initiatives that promote global business cohesion.

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