“Indo-German Young Leaders Forum” at Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Berlin, May 2017: Maximilian von Laer (Co-Chairman), Prof. M. V. Rajeev Gowda (National Spokesperson for the National
Congress Party), Srita Heide (CEO Srita Heide International), Dr. Vishnu Ramdeo (Co-Chairman), Bernd Mützelburg (former German Ambassador to India)

Meeting of Indian Business Forum at Srita Heide International in Gelnhausen, May 2017, with His Excellency Raveesh Kumar (Consul General, third from the right) and Michelle Grundmann
(Board Member J. P. Morgen, fourth from the right)

“SHI Diversity Conference” at Mannheim Business School, May 2017: Piyush Upadhyay (Executive Director Human Resources EMEA, Tenneco GmbH), Prof. Dr. Katharina Philipowski (Equal
Opportunities Commissioner, Mannheim University, Valentin Altenburg (National Coach U21 Hockey)

Visiting the Godrej Group in Mumbai during a delegation tour to India along with the minister of economic affairs of the State of Hesse
Tarek Al-Wazir (in the middle, right to board member Navroze Godrej), November 2015

Handelsblatt Conference „Asia Business Insights“, January 2016, Düsseldorf

Indo-German Business Talk with Consul General of India, Mr. Raveesh Kumar, March 2015, Frankfurt/M.

Indo-European Business Conference held by SHI & Nirma Business School, March 2013, Ahmedabad

SHI Indo-German Business Talk in Surat (Gujarat), September 2016, The Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SGCCI)

SHI Conference on Global Mobility, February 2015, Mannheim Business School

SHI Indo-German Business Talk with Lord Mayor of Frankfurt/M., Peter Feldmann (Middle), Oktober 2012, House of Finance, Frankfurt/M.

India Law Day, November 2015, New-Delhi

Talking to Horst Teltschik at Handelsblatt Conferenz, January 2016, Düsseldorf.

Delegation to the European Parliament in Brussels, October 2017


Modi to be first Indian PM after 20 years to attend Davos meeting

For India, this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, will be more important due to the participation of an Indian PM after 20 years. For Prime Minister Narendra Modi, there are two clear agenda points. The first is to continue to aggressively promote India as an investment destination. The country needs much more investment and at the same time offers huge business chances for foreign companies. And what better forum than Davos with its high concentration of global CEOs, investors and influencers to make a pitch. WEF will take place during January 23-26 and it comes with a very different background from the last few years. For one, 2017 turned out to be a much better year for the global economy than had been anticipated.

Disrupting Indian auto industry – by hiring more females

When the British Empire came to India, they decided to divide and rule. Centuries later, when MG Motor India (Morris Garages) inaugurated its first Indian factory in Gujarat in September, it decided to disrupt and sustain. MG’s super strategy? A prominent space for women leaders, with a target of 30 % female workforce, one of the highest in the industry.


“The Future of Free Trade Between the EU & India”
6. March 2018, 8.00 to 9.30 am, Brussels
Working Breakfast by SME Europe
in collaboration with Srita Heide International

In 2018, India will become the fifth largest economy – and the third largest by 2032, according to a British study. How can the economies, entrepreneurs and companies of EU member states benefit from this development? Additional potential can be unlocked if European economic institutions also use their pooled resources for cooperation with countries outside the EU community. Using the example of India, the Business Breakfast shows how the combination of entrepreneurship and EU policy can open up growth opportunities for all concerned. The agenda of this event with contact details you find here: 2018_03_06_EUIndia_Agenda

The strategic management and human resource consultant firm SRITA HEIDE INTERNATIONAL advises entrepreneurs, CEOs, family offices and other decision makers of international organizations, who are engaged on the Indian subcontinent or planning to expand their business there. Conversely we advise Indian companies with our services in Europe.

We support our clients with our strategic approach in the development and implementation of strategies in the fields of organization, management and human resources. We use our unique personal experience and intercultural competence gained between Europe and India.

We understand businesses, markets and mentalities from the perspective of the respective counterpart. Our goal: High performing organizations beyond national and cultural boundaries. Furthermore we are partner, trusted advisor and coach of decision makers and expatriates.

We operate from Germany and India.

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