2nd Annual India Trade Conference - June 2009

Thank you again for making this a very successful event.

Keynote & Special Speakers after an insightful and dynamic session.
L to R: Brian McGowan, Deputy Secretary for Econ Dev & Commerce, California;
Banashri Bose Harrison, Minister (Commerce), Embassy of India, Washington DC;
Gene Rodrigues, Director of Energy Efficiency, Southern California Edison;
Ed Fuller, President & Managing Director, Marriott International;
R Sampath, Director Global Sourcing, Quanta Consulting, Inc.

Our deepest thanks and appreciation to our sponsors:


The State of California wants to do business with Small Business (SB) and
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE). www.getcertified.dgs.ca.gov

Print Sponsor: JJ Printing


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"I had a great time, made a lot of great contacts and learned a lot about doing business in India. I thought the presentations and the panels were very informative. I only wish there was more time to go to them all." – Business Attendee.
"You put on a great and informative event!" – Attendee.
"I found the quality of the event to be Top Notch. The audience had great interest in the subject, and the panelists really had an outstanding grasp of the topics." – Participant & Panelist.
"It was a very well organized and informative conference. I really appreciate the opportunity to be able to attend, and thank you for the same." – Attendee.
"India Trade Conference...  I am quite impressed with the energy there. A very well organized conference, if I may say so." – Attendee.
"I truly enjoyed the conference and felt there was valuable information presented for companies." – Attendee.
"It was very interesting, enlightening, and informational." – Attendee.
"In my expert opinion, I would say that yesterday was a resounding success." – Volunteer.
"Thank you for putting together a fantastic program on Friday." – Attendee.
"Today was terrific. Hearty congratulations for an excellent job." – Panelist.
"You and your team have coordinated a great conference." – Govt Panelist.
"I enjoyed working with everyone and look forward to next year." – Planning Committee Member.

"We are proud to be one of the sponsors for this amazing opportunity working with the Indian community. It was a good partnership, great learning opportunity of the culture, the people, the language and business. Thank you for all the hard work."
– Southern California Edison, Sponsor.
"Congrats on yet another successful conference!!" – USC Marshall, Sponsor.

Plans are under way for the 3rd Annual India Trade Conference July 29, 2010, The Greater Los Angeles Area. More information here.

With the India market still in growth mode, this is certainly a prime time for US companies to explore revenue possibilities and relationships in India. We shall have interactive panels & workshops on strategy, execution, trends, logistics, risk mitigation, opening up India markets, and financing.

The Second Annual India Trade Conference  is being presented by the Port of Los Angeles; Southern California Edison; USC Marshall School of Business; US Commercial Service, US Dept of Commerce; and Quanta Consulting, Inc.
Partners include the US Chamber of Commerce, the Gupta Consulting Group, Inc., NetIP-LA/OC, Irwindale Chamber of Commerce, West Coast Consulting, SCVN, ABA-OC, APEX, and ABA-LA.

Opportunities and trends in India
Global risks and how to mitigate them
Real-life case studies of India trade/business experiences
Industry breakout on alternative energy, green and biomedical
Available resources and how US Govt Agencies can help
Valuable networking opportunities

Date: Friday June 26, 2009
Time: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Reception to follow.
Location: Southern California Edison CTAC Conference Center
Address: The Greater Los Angeles Area, 6090 North Irwindale Ave, Irwindale, CA 91702

Mr. Ed Fuller, President & Managing Director, Marriott Lodging International shared his insights on India opportunities, trends, challenges and culture - with emphasis on the current economic environment.

For more information on the event or sponsorship packages, please contact:
Quanta Consulting, Inc:  www.quantaco.com  |  seminars@quantaco.com   |  949.480.9466

2009 India Trade Conference - Event Flyer PDF