Warm Connections and New Business Between India and the US

Posted by: Alexandra Verhein on Friday, February 2, 2018

Jagat Shah is an amazing business connector, educator and leader.

He just completed the longest business mentoring road trip of it's kind, called "Mentor On Road" that stopped in dozens of metro areas having a chapter of Global Chamber®. In one of those stops... Phoenix/Scottsdale... he met our CEO/founder Doug Bruhnke, and their discussion led to Jagat becoming the Executive Director for Global Chamber® Ahmedabad, India. It's a big win-win for SMEs worldwide!

Jagat's business tour included 35 states, 35 cities, 78 days and 9,601 miles. Global Chamber® chapters, including Indianapolis, Dallas, Phoenix and San Francisco, hosted Mentor On Road sessions, leading to dozens of business connections in support of India-U.S. trade. More than one of those connections resulted already in deals. 

The national business tour was a success! And Global Chamber® was pleased to be a supporter, and we're very pleased now to count Jagat as part of our Global Chamber® network worldwide.

One of Jagat's connections was able to connect with companies requiring his company's engineering project services.

More than one Global Chamber® member was introduced to new opportunities through Jagat's network in India.

Connect to opportunities that span the Pacific through Global Chamber®!

About Mentor On Road

Mentor on Road, (www.mentoronroad.com) is a concept envisaged and led by Founder and Chief Mentor Jagat Shah. The most recent tour was across the U.S., but Jagat is planning road shows in Sri Lanka, Africa and Europe as well. These tours interact with hundreds of companies.

About Global Chamber®

Global Chamber® is a thriving and collaborating community of CEOs, executives and leaders in 525 metro regions taking on the world of global business, accelerating success. Global Chamber® is a registered trademark of Global Chamber, LLC.

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