The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (DPI) has initiated a program to help drive constructive partnerships between NSW and Indian agri-tech businesses.
To improve the productivity and profitability of NSW agribusiness, DPI Director Business Development and Innovation, Bruce Finney said the program will be run through DPIs agriculture innovation centre GATE. They will focus on building relationship with Indian agriculture tech-hubs for long-term productivity.
“Based on mutual interests and emerging opportunities, we will work with NSW-based start-ups and growth stage businesses to help them develop on a global scale,” Mr. Finney said.
The program is funded through the NS Premier’s $1.58m partnership between NSW and India to improve the State’s start-up technology and advanced manufacturing sectors. This is a unique opportunity for the companies to gain access to industries, meet strategic partners and connect with new clients and investors.
The start-ups will be selected to join the 2019 190 visa NSW India Ag-tech Exchange Program which will happen in India later this year. The GATE is focusing on those companies which have a prototype or product line, looking out for strategic partners to get their plan into production. The companies must be a start-up or in a growth stage.
The global pathway projects between New South Wales and India will help grow the business opportunities between these two countries. This will further help in establishing yourself in foreign country.
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