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August 2020

August 2020

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Release 6 – Year II August 2020

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Past & Next Events

  • Webinar – “Covid-19, lockdown and its effects on companies operating in India” on April 11th May by PSL Advocates and Solicitors
  • Online Networking Tea meeting – “Covid-19 crisis and its impact on key areas like IT talent, education & economic stimulus” on 28th May with Barcelona- Spain India Club
  • Virtual round table – “Financing as a Catalyst for the Internationalization of SMEs” on June 11th by EBTC (European Business &Technology Centre)
  • Webinar – – Challenges faced by European Businesses due to COVID-19 Pandemic” on June 17th by EU- India
  • Online ISCC Quarterly member meeting – on June 26th
  • Webinar – “Risks and Opportunities of Covid19 Healthcare Material Trade in India”, on July 7th by Economic & Commercial Office Mumbai
  • Webinar – “The potential impact of India’s new Personal Data Protection Regime and how to plan for it?” on July 10th by European Business and Technology Centre (EBTC)
  • Webinar – – “Implementation partner of the Business Support to the EU-India Policy Dialogues Project is launching an EU-India Aviation Cluster” on July 16th by European Business and Technology Centre
  • Webinar – “Macro-economic outlook India and Global: Build-up of a “perfect storm” on July 17th by ICICI Bank Limited.
  • Closed door Interaction – “Interaction with NHAI/ MORTH: EU Excellence in India – Sustainable Mobility Opportunities and Challenges” on July 23rd by European Business and Technology Centre
  • Webinar – “Launch of lecture series on the theme of ‘Governance through Dialogue’ where Hon’ble Minister of Road Transport & Highways and MSME, Shri Nitin Gadkari consented to address the European Economic Group” on July 24th by European Economic Group (EEG)
  • Webinar – “India 2020 & Beyond: The Human Capital Perspective” on July 31st by Catenon Worldwide Executive search
  • Webinar -“Implications of moving Abroad & Domestically post Covid-19” on Aug 21st by Interem Relocations

New Members - now We are 58!

The aim of the Chamber is creating a forum in which sharing experiences, exchange and contacts, with the aim of promoting the economic relations between the Spanish and the Indian business communities, building and setting a framework, in which to join efforts to solve common issues, and promote the Spain brand.

Because of that, Indo Spanish Chamber of Commerce embraces Spanish companies doing business in India, other Spanish companies interested on doing business in India, and Indian firms who wish to do business with Spanish firms or in Spain.