Another in the BBC Adventure Capitalists series, Theo Paphitis takes us, along with 3 aspiring business people and entrepreneurs to India. If there's one thing a global investor needs to know about, its investing and doing business in emerging markets, and this series provides some eyeopening insights. In this episode there's luxury watch manufacturer Bremont, whose stainless steel watches cost up to six thousand pounds a pop. Regenatec, a company trying to find enough green oil to sell their diesel converter kit in the biggest diesel market in the world. And Marmite, the classic British breakfast spread. Will the Indians love it or hate it? Also see the Brazil and Vietnam episodes for more insights into doing business in frontier and emerging markets.
"India" -- With Cultural ties going back centuries, India & Britain have many things in common. But is doing business one of them? Theo Paphitis travels to India to see if three intrepid British companies can succeed in one of the fastest expanding economies in the world. With cultural ties going back centuries, India and Britain have many things in common. But is doing business one of them? Or are we worlds apart?
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