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First Days in India Yield New Business Deals to Bring Jobs, Investment, and Business into Maryland
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First Days in India Yield New Business Deals to Bring Jobs, Investment, and Business into Maryland

 

The following information was sent to us by Scott L. Peterson:

 

 

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III, traveling in India since Sunday as part of the delegation led by Governor Martin O’Malley, has met with Indian business and government officials, answered questions about the County from potential business partners and investors, and witnessed a number of agreements that will bring businesses and jobs to Maryland. Three of those agreements—two signed in Hyderabad, and one in Mumbai—will directly impact Prince George’s County by encouraging the growth and expansion of County businesses.

 

 While in Hyderabad, the County Executive presided over an agreement signed between ANGARAI, a Greenbelt-based management consulting firm, one of Prince George’s County’s fastest growing small businesses—specializing in project management, oversight and business transformation solutions, and CI , a technology product development company based in Chennai, India. The companies agreed to pursue opportunities in mobile and web applications, potentially opening up an office in Prince George’s County.

 

The County Executive witnessed the signing of an Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between DataNet Systems Corp. and RT-MediBus Technologies and the Health Management and Research Institute in Hyderabad to create MediHelp, a 24-hour/seven day a week health care helpline that can help screen minor ailments and illnesses and reduce the overall cost of public healthcare. The call center would be located in Prince George’s County.  

 

In Mumbai, the County Executive attended an MOU signing between TripleStone Real Estate, a real estate development and management company based in National Harbor, with Shree Naman Group of Mumbai to partner on potential hospitality and medical office projects in the Brandywine area of Prince George’s County.

 

In addition to these agreements, the County Executive has also taken advantage of the opportunity to forge new connections with potential partners in India, promoting Prince George’s County as an ideal place for Indian businesses to expand. Prince George’s County, represented by the County Executive, the Economic Development Corporation (EDC), and several local businesses, will continue to reach out to potential partners for the duration of the delegation’s visit to India.

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