New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru, these are among the biggest business cities of India. If you are going to India on a business trip then, most probably, you will be visiting one of these cities.And I travelled to all three during my recent business trip to India. I was told to keep a few things in mind before and during the trip. These were some basic things but helped me a lot. So, I am going to share them with you.
Different cultures of India have different greeting rituals. Most of them are pretty easy to learn. And if greet someone in the right way, you will be able to immediately make a strong bond. Then it becomes really easy to talk business with them.
Before you leave for India, make sure to plan and make corresponding arrangements for every day that you spend their. Book a taxi and reserve a place to stay.
Reach In Advance
Arriving there ahead of time will give you proper time to be prepared for your meeting and take proper rest. The jet lag can be very problematic if you do not rest.
But being a good city for business does not mean that they do not have some interesting places that can be visited. And balancing between being a tourist and a businessperson will be easier if you rent a place for your stay. You can visit property rental websites India for business traveller.
It is the capital of India and among the most densely populated cities. It is mainly popular for retail and services.
- Red Fort: It is a strong reminder of the times when Mughal emperors used to rule in India.
- Akshardham: It is a magnificent temple complex, completed and opened in 2005.
It is the second largest city in the country. Most of the wealthiest people and businesses of India are here. The city is famous for commercial and financial services.
1. Elephanta Caves
These caves are dedicates to Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
2. Gateway of India
It is the southern part of the city and is the place from where most of the tourists start their trip.
Earlier known as Banglore, this city is the silicon valley of India. It is the centre of IT revolution in the country. It is also regarded as the Air Conditioned City or the City of Gardens.
1. Lalbagh Botanical Garden
The place is spread across 240 acres and houses many rare tropical trees and plants.
2. Bangalore Palace
It was an attempt by Chamaraja Wodeyar to buildcastle inspired by the Windsor Castle of England.