Indo-Japan Business Council Delegation Drives Success in Fostering IT Collaboration

Pune, Maharashtra – May 5, 2024  The Indo-Japan Business Council (IJBC) recently concluded a successful IT and ITeS Business Delegation to Japan, marking a significant step forward for bilateral business ties between the two nations.


The week-long delegation, comprised of 10 C-level executives from major Indian cities like Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad’s,and Delhi, participated in Japan IT Week, the country’s premier IT exhibition. With over 900 exhibitors, including a strong presence of 45+ Indian IT service and solution companies, the event provided a valuable platform for fostering collaboration and exploring business opportunities.


“The extensive presence of Indian companies at the event was a positive surprise,” commented Mr. Sudhir Jaiswal, a member of the delegation. This highlights the growing interest in the Japanese market among Indian IT firms.

Mr. Siddharth Deshmukh, President of the Indo-Japan Business Council, echoed this sentiment, emphasising the “robustness of Indo-Japan economic relations” and the immense potential for further collaboration in the IT and ITeS sectors.

The IJBC plays a crucial role in facilitating connections between Indian entrepreneurs and the dynamic Japanese market.By organising successful delegations like this, the council aims to spark new ventures and collaborations that solidify the economic bond between the two countries.

Looking ahead, the IJBC invites entrepreneurs and business enthusiasts to participate in their upcoming October 2024 Business Delegation. This delegation presents a unique chance to further strengthen Indo-Japan business relations and engage with Japan’s thriving IT and ITeS sectors.

Interested individuals are encouraged to contact the Indo-Japan Business Council for more information and to express their interest in joining the next delegation.

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