Tomorrow’s India to help Indian businesses

Hyderabad, June 15, 2016: The second edition of ‘Tomorrow’s India Global Summit’ will be held for five days at Seoul, South Korea from Sept 25. The bi-annual event is being organized by Global Social (India) Foundation, a non-profit organization based in New Delhi.

The summit aims to showcase India’s prowess across the world and act as a catalyst for forging ties in the fields of business, knowledge and culture, and will feature panel sessions, company showcase, industry tours, university visits, and several networking opportunities.

“Besides sharing Independence Day celebrations and having deep historical connects since ancient times, India and South Korea have also solidified business relations over the last two decades with more than 600 Korean companies entering India including several household names like Hyundai, LG, Samsung, Lotte and Kumho, “ said HP Singh, Tomorrow’s India’s  founder and MD.

Now is the best time for Indian businesses to forge new partnerships with South Korea committing to provide $10 billion for infrastructure, smart cities, railways, power generation and other diversified projects in India, he added.

After a successful debut in Singapore, the second edition of “Tomorrow’s India Global Summit” will focus on developing international collaborations and tie-ups between India and South Korea in the fields of business, education and culture