India New Delhi Office Location & Contact Details

Office Location & Contact Details

Enterprise Ireland
Commercial Section,
Embassy of Ireland |C17 Malcha Marg
Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi 110021 | India

+91 22 49055680  

 

Contact Details

David Flood

Director, India & South Asia

+912249055685

David Flood

Contact in Dublin

Garry Forde

Senior Market Adviser – India & ASEAN

Tel:+ 353 1 727 2879

Garry Forde

Supports and Services for Enterprise Ireland Clients

Enterprise Ireland Market Advisers work with you to find a tailored solution to help you accelerate your company’s exports by:

  • assessing opportunities for your company
  • identifying routes to market
  • finding distribution partners
  • identifying potential customers
  • assessing competition
  • introducing you to buyers
  • assisting you to set up in the market

Other Markets Serviced from this Location

Sri Lanka | Nepal

Supports for International Buyers

Do you want assistance in sourcing products and services from Ireland? 

If you are an international buyer or procurement manager looking to source products or services from Irish companies, we provide a free tailored service to help you find, verify and engage with suitable Irish-based suppliers. 

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How to Access our Services

Our international office services are available to clients of Enterprise Ireland.  If you are currently a client of Enterprise Ireland, you should contact your Development Adviser in the first instance who will make the necessary introductions to the relevant Market Adviser. 

If you are an Irish company but not a client of Enterprise Ireland then you should contact your local Enterprise Ireland office.

Webinars/Presentations

India Goods and Services Tax (GST)

The introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been identified as one of the most important and landmark tax reforms in modern India. India has been grappling with multiple and complex indirect taxes for a long time; the introduction of GST is likely to have a far-reaching impact on all businesses including trading, manufacturing and services.

The stated aim of GST is to simplify doing business in India, allowing supply chain to be integrated and aligned, as well as allowing for greater transparency. Given the road map being laid down by the Indian Ministry of Finance, the Government of India has implemented GST with effect from 1 July 2017.

As GST is set to change the landscape of tax compliance significantly, it will require complete and accurate reporting of transactions, input tax credit optimisation and cash flow management apart from the mandatory return filing exercise of three returns per month and one annual return.

Enterprise Ireland is happy to help you start your journey to become GST compliant in India. Please find GST presentation and webinar’s video below by India’s leading Tax Experts Ms Nidhi Goyal on a detailed discussion on GST framework and its impact on Irish companies doing business in India.

Download India Goods & Services Tax presentation by Ms Nidhi Goyal

 

 

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