Case Studies: UK success in India

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John Lewis is part of the John Lewis Partnership, an ownership model whereby Partners (staff) are co-owners in the business and share in the benefits and profits of the Partnership. All permanent staff at the Indian sourcing office are Partners, and were awarded their first bonus in April 2013.


Stirling Dynamics started researching the Indian market in 2010 and quickly realised the scale of the trading opportunity there. The company has had a relationship with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) since 2004 when it participated in Passport to Export, the UKTI programme that gives exporting companies the tools they need to grow their business […]


Picochip has also established successful relationships with several other Indian technology companies including Aricent, L&T Infotech and Tata Elxsi. UKIBC interviewed the VP of Marketing, Rupert Baines of Picochip. Rupert said that when a company decides to go down the path of having an agency or representative in a country, it becomes crucial to identify […]


ECCRO’s India operational team, trial management staff and support services are located in Mumbai. Apart from clinical trial sites in the metropolitan cities, we also work with hospitals in Indian Tier II and III cities (for example in Vadodara, Pune, Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Varanasi). ECCRO’s site managers are based in these cities and work at […]

Ricardo has been in India, delivering projects since 1986. We began operations in the country through an agent who supported local activities. By 2007, Ricardo India was established as a wholly owned subsidiary.

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