India Brand Equity Foundation
|Aparna Dutt Sharma (CEO)|
India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) is a Trust established by the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India. IBEF's primary objective is to promote and create international awareness of the Made in India label in markets overseas and to facilitate dissemination of knowledge of Indian products and services. Towards this objective, IBEF works closely with stakeholders across government and industry.
India, today, is well established as a credible business partner, preferred investment destination, rapidly growing market, provider of quality services and manufactured products; and, stands on the threshold years of unprecedented growth. India's Talent, Markets, Growth and Opportunity drive Brand India.
www.ibef.org is a knowledge centre for global investors, international policy-makers and world media seeking updated, accurate and comprehensive information on the Indian economy, states and sectors. IBEF regularly tracks government announcements in policy, foreign investment, macroeconomic indicators and business trends.
IBEF works with a network of stakeholders - domestic and international - to promote Brand India. A bouquet of communication resources - posters, CD, magazine, e-newsletter(s), industry reports - comprise the India business kit that bring live the India business story.
IBEF works with a network of stakeholders both domestic and international to promote Brand India.
IBEF is administered by a board of trustees headed by the commerce secretary, which includes top executives from leading Indian companies along with academicians and media personnel among others. Aparna Dutt Sharma is the CEO of IBEF.[when?]
- About IBEF India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) is a Trust established by the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.
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