Purnima Khandelwal’s INI Farms has connected over 5,000 small-scale Indian farms with food retailers around the world through an innovative “farm to fork” model.
Gender diversity in business leadership has major benefits for companies, stemming from wider communication and networking skills, new perspectives, improved problem-solving skills and critical thinking.
Fulbright-Nehru fellow Lauren Week researched the different aspects of mentorship and its potential influence on India’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Vijit Chahar, a legal and business expert in the United States and India, outlines how start-ups can navigate American markets.
A hybrid-style boot camp led by U.S. Consulate General Kolkata helped women entrepreneurs tap their innovative spirit and grow their businesses.
USAID and DFC’s loan program to finance rooftop solar in India will expand access to reliable sources of clean and affordable power.
Indian companies looking to invest in the United States have an ally at their side: SelectUSA.
The U.S. State Department’s Academy for Women Entrepreneurs program trained women entrepreneurs in Northeast India to grow their ventures, raise capital and network with fellow business owners.
Mumbai-based Aakar produces affordable and ecofriendly solutions to increase access to menstrual hygiene products.
Sustainable bamboo fiber products created by Bio Craft Innovation, a Nexus-trained start-up, help reduce the use of single-use plastic.
The U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum projects the bilateral trade between the two countries to expand exponentially in the future, with the major focus being on energy cooperation.
Business collaborations with the United States, which include sharing of best practices and expertise, have helped India transform into a force to be reckoned with in the global economy.
AIRSWEEE 2.0 participant Parul Bajoria’s social enterprise Miharu connects rural artisans and urban customers to preserve ancient arts and crafts of India.
Saral Designs, which promotes menstrual hygiene in under-served areas, modified its pad-making machines to make surgical masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.