The first Indo-Wyoming Business and Culture Exchange Center was inaugurated recently at Koregaon Park in Pune. His Excellency, Governor of Wyoming (USA) Matt Mead visited Pune for the function. Bhavook Tripathi, Bharatiya Janata Party, Ex. MLC Shrikant Joshi and Dr. Sheshadri Chari were present on stage for the inauguration ceremony. The Governor was overwhelmed by the hospitality that he had received in Pune. Shortly, the second center will be inaugurated in Mumbai.
In order to tap into the vast potential that exists in bringing together Indian and American thought processes and strengths, the University, the State of Wyoming (USA) and Mr. Bhavook Tripathi, through his associated companies, have decided to establish an Indo-Wyoming Business & Cultural Exchange Center across four locations in India.
The aim behind establishing this center is to tap into the vast potential of both sides with regard to business and culture and to bring together Indo-U.S. thought processes. The center will have a dedicated staff which will provide help and assistance with regard to information about tourism, education and business in the State of Wyoming (USA).
The Governor said, “Wyoming is large geographically but has a small population and can provide great opportunities for Indian business in fields of agriculture, sustainable development and material science.” He further added that, Wyoming is rich in natural resources and we would like to invite companies from India to invest in Wyoming. Mumbai being the financial capital of India is home to many investors and Indo-Wyoming center would provide them valuable inputs regarding business and investment opportunities in Wyoming.
Bhavook Tripathi, CEO of Bramh Corporation said, “The Indo-Wyoming Center would provide new investment and business opportunities to entrepreneurs from India and the U.S. It will indeed contribute towards boosting economic growth in both the countries.”