Almost 100 alumni and other representatives from politics and business accepted the invitation of the Indo-German Manager Training Programme to the networking event "Forming Long-term Partnerships" on 21 and 22 July 2023 in Bangalore, India. The focus was on the opportunity to connect with German institutions in India, such as AHK Bengaluru, VDMA India and also the Fraunhofer Institute from Bengaluru.
Two steering committee meetings on the further development of the Manager Training Programme were held in Berlin in October, one between Germany and India and the other between Germany and Egypt. The meetings centred around a stronger concentration on current topics in the already successful bilateral cooperation.
Manjusha Mohan represents change at G'sons Apparels, where she has promoted the development of women and revolutionised the way her company handles waste. She is also driving the firm’s internationalisation. Continue reading
Mumbai-based Mosil Lubricants produces industrial lubricants for customers that include well-known German firms. Rupali Mavani is part of the Mosil management team. Participation in the Manager Training Programme has helped her get closer to her dream of one day transforming the family business into public limited company. Continue reading
Efficient software solutions were the main focus of the Indian managers’ visit to the software enterprise WiriTec in Bensheim. The firm specialises in calculating energy performance figures and developing solutions for energy management based on these. As this topic is of great relevance in India, the visit was a highlight of the training in Germany for the group.
Indian managers discussed the management approach of a family-run medium sized surface technology enterprise and talked about possible partnerships.An on-site visit brought the MP group to the firm The Coatinc Company (TCC), which specialises in the surface finishing of steel and metal. Managing Director Paul Niederstein welcomed the entrepreneurs to the business’ premises in the North Rhine-Westphalian town of Kreuztal, Continue reading
Indian entrepreneurs visited the firm LAPP in Stuttgart within the framework of the Manager Training Programme. There they became acquainted with the quality and organisation management as well as the corporate philosophy of one of the many German “hidden champions”.
An Indian MP group visited the company e. GO Mobile AG in Aachen in spring. This young start-up was founded in 2015 and has since positioned itself as a manufacturer of electrically powered city vehicles with sophisticated technology and reasonable purchase prices that should convince customers. The vision? An environment-friendly, lightweight, safe, practical and, above all, affordable car. Continue reading
The majority of Germans have probably never heard of the small town of Tuttlingen with its not quite 35,000 inhabitants near the Black Forest. Nevertheless, almost 600 enterprises in the field of medical technology are located there, many of them world market leaders in their industries. Continue reading