CONNECTING THE NORTHERN POWERHOUSE TO INDIA - ONE OF THE FASTEST GROWING ECONOMIES IN THE WORLDThe Yorkshire Asian Business Association are here to provide a voice for business on a regional, national and international level. Pulling out all the stops for your business, we will support you no matter what your size or your sector. LEARN MORECONTACT
Our aims and objectives
Successfully explore, enter and expand into dynamic, high-growth markets in India.
We will support you from the initial stages of exploring a market, to managing your market entry, compliance, administration and in-country expansion.
We will review your institution’s value proposition for local student recruitment and will ensure appropriate partner organizations (private and public sector) are going to be a strong match to suit your needs.
YABA will work will work with you in advance of the mission to provide detailed market intelligence for business opportunities in India and set up bespoke opportunities for your specific business need.
We use our experience, expertise and local insights to identify, design and implement successful strategies for the Indian market
India is the sixth biggest economy in the world and is growing at an enviable 7%. The World Bank predicts that this will increase to 7.5% by 2020. In less than ten years, it is expected to become the third largest consumer, worth some £3.14 trillion.
India is a key market when it comes to trade and will become even more important once the United Kingdom leaves the European Union Trade as it currently stands trade is around £5bn per year around two thirds of that is Indian exports to the United Kingdom and around one third of that is UK exports to India.
The Federation of Asian Business (members are YABA, AB Connexions and NWABA) will be a key element in Britain’s attempts to establish a ‘living bridge’ partnership, this is a term which Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi used to refer to the movement of people, ideas, goods and services from India to the UK and back. The diaspora’s ability to speak the language can also help businesses, that are not necessarily South Asian, take advantage of opportunities in the subcontinent.