Applications are open for the NSW-India Advanced Manufacturing Trade Mission, which will take up to eight companies on a ten-day, four-city business development tour.
India is a fast-growing economy, said Kylie Bell of Trade and Investment NSW in a statement, and, “Building better links between our manufacturing ecosystems and strengthening trade pathways will help NSW businesses become market ready and future-proof our local businesses.”
The program is being delivered by the NSW government and Western Sydney University’s Launch Pad, and is part of the state’s $1.58 million NSW-India Technology Partnership, announced in 2018.
To be eligible, companies must meet merit and market fit criteria, as well as have under 200 employees, be registered in NSW, have annual revenues under $30 million, and be operating for more than six months.
Applications opened on Thursday and will be taken until February 24, with successful companies announced on March 5. Those interested in participating can find more details at this link.
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