Neil Bagchi Serves as Panelist for “Opportunities and Challenges of Doing Business with India and China”
(May 4, 2010 – Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA)

ibc-logoInternational Business CouncilBagchi Law founder, Neil Bagchi, was asked by the International Business Council to serve as a panelist for a symposium on “Opportunities and Challenges of Doing Business with India and China.” Given Neil’s experience with helping companies execute strategies in India, he was able to give unique insights into India as a country rich with opportunities for growth.

About the International Business Council (IBC)

With a commitment to promoting Peace Through Commerce, the Council provides business consulting services to entrepreneurs in emerging markets. These services include: Business Development; Go to Market Strategy; Market Research; Bookkeeping & Accounting Training; Financial Management. The IBC draws from private sector models as it collaborates with local entrepreneurs, NGOs, and government agencies in order to tackle some of the most daunting challenges in developing countries. Its vision is bold but delivered in practical and tangible ways. Learn more about the IBC at www.theibc.org.

Triangle Business Journal Names Neil Bagchi “40 Under 40” Recipient
(April 15, 2010 – Raleigh, North Carolina, USA)

tbj-logoCongratulations to Bagchi Law founder, Neil Bagchi, who was named a “40 Under 40” award recipient by the Triangle Business Journal. The awards are designed to recognize the most influential and accomplished young professionals in the area. The winners will be recognized at the 40 Under 40 Awards gala on Friday, May 7, at the North Ridge Country Club in Raleigh. When asked about receiving this award, Neil responded, “I truly am honored to be recognized by the Triangle Business Journal and to stand side by side with my fellow winners and nominees.”

“40 Under 40 winners are truly the leaders of tomorrow,” says Charlene Grunwaldt, publisher of Triangle Business Journal. “Not only do these individuals have impressive bodies of work, they display immense potential for great things in the future. Our tomorrow is certainly brighter in the hands of these young achievers.”

Read the full story from the Triangle Business Journal.

Neil Bagchi Moderates Panel on CED’s Global Business Development Program
(March 16, 2010 – Durham, North Carolina, USA)

ced-logoBagchi Law founder, Neil Bagchi, served as a moderator for a panel on CED’s Global Business Development Program. The CED, in partnership with the North Carolina Department of Commerce, International Trade Division, TiE Carolinas, World Trade Association and the North Carolina China Business Association,hosted this program which focused on international business development for North Carolina companies seeking to expand operations globally. Neil’s experience with helping companies expand their global operations allowed him to guide this discussion and provide valuable insights.

About The CED

The CED, the Southeast’s largest entrepreneurial support organization, connects emerging growth companies with the necessary tools and resources to start something new. A private, non-profit organization, the CED harnesses its broad network to support companies that want to take their business to the next level. As the oldest entrepreneurial network in the country, the CED has enabled entrepreneurs to raise more than one billion dollars in capital, launched more than 700 companies and currently serves more than 5,500 active members representing nearly 1,100 companies in North Carolina. Learn more about the CED at www.cednc.org.

Neil Bagchi Presents on India for U.S. Department of Commerce Webinar
(February 12, 2010 – Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA)

usfcs-logoNeil Bagchi, founder of Bagchi Law, presented on business in India for the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service’s International Solutions Webinar Series. Given Neil’s extensive knowledge of the region and his experience in assisting companies execute strategies in India, he was able to give unique insights into India as a country rich with opportunities for growth.

U.S. Commercial Service

The U.S. Commercial Service is the trade promotion arm of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. U.S. Commercial Service trade professionals in over 100 U.S. cities and in more than 75 countries help U.S. companies get started in exporting or increase sales to new global markets. Learn more about the U.S. Commercial Service at www.trade.gov/cs.