Foreign investments

Kris Gopalakrishnan – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

BENGALURU: India must leverage its strengths to attract foreign investment for the country to grow over the next 25 years, Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Infosys and former president of the Confederation of India, said on Friday. Indian industry. Ahead of the 18th CII Innovation Summit “Innoverge 2022” from Aug. 25-27, he told reporters that the startup economy was able to attract $25 billion in the past 12 months alone. “We must build on the strengths we have as a young nation, with unparalleled talent and a nation that is now in a position to attract foreign direct investment.

Especially if you look at the startup ecosystem, it has been able to attract investment and we need to leverage all of that to create opportunities for faster growth,” he said. The three-day summit aims to bring together both startups and existing businesses to enable businesses to capitalize on the innovative nature of startups.

BENGALURU: India must leverage its strengths to attract foreign investment for the country to grow over the next 25 years, Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Infosys and former president of the Confederation of India, said on Friday. Indian industry. Ahead of the 18th CII Innovation Summit “Innoverge 2022” from Aug. 25-27, he told reporters that the startup economy was able to attract $25 billion in the past 12 months alone. “We must build on the strengths we have as a young nation, with unparalleled talent and a nation that is now in a position to attract foreign direct investment. Especially if you look at the startup ecosystem, it has been able to attract investment and we need to leverage all of that to create opportunities for faster growth,” he said. The three-day summit aims to bring together both startups and existing businesses to enable businesses to capitalize on the innovative nature of startups.