Centre for Indian Trade and Export Promotion (CITEP) is a NOT for PROFIT incorporated organisation to promote trade, industry, agriculture and export bestowed with a pool of highly experienced devoted experts / professionals / entrepreneurs / technocrats / national and international level prominent trade, industry, agriculture promotional agencies / academic stalwarts / scientists / R&D / International trading …
Let the CITEP helps you to connect with international buyers with our exclusive business-to-business match-making programme. With our global network, for those who have registered for Export Companion, their export product / service interests will be shared with pre-screened international buyers across the world and and much prospects are awaiting to meet them for one-on-one contact in the
- A course with a different dimension, with a complete practical exposure coupled with multiple post course options to choose from.
- Proper guidance will be given to choosing one post course option to specialize and establish a successful career/Entrepreneurial ambition.
- Easy access to subject professionals
- More than 250 hours’ face-to-face sessions in Chennai and Bengaluru.
- CITEP stimulates you to enter / expand your exports. Based on your specific product / export market selection, will actively involve with you to take you into real export business.
- If already exporting, wish to expand further with new buyers, new markets, CITEP is your right companion to achieve your targeted desire.
- With CITEP, No non-sense. Only export business in a real – repeat – real terms. Don’t worry about Foreign Trade Policy, Export Procedures, Documentation, Financing for your exports, import country regulations, availability of incentives, subsidies, facilities and all related and co-related. CITEP update you and coordinate with you all along.
- We are with you to coordinate in every sphere of your export activities.
- Recognizing a new marketing value chain, CITEP has structured its organization around the essential skill-sets with a full-fledged team and network powered by experience.
- Our promotional strategists, researchers, experts and advisors have different roles, different educational backgrounds — come from different parts of the world — but there is one thing they share – Curiosity for driving your business growth.
- CITEP dedicated its expertise in building practical, actionable, marketing transformation solutions for your export growth. We have over several decades of marketing transformation experience. We understand how marketing departments work, how agencies work across the world, in very different categories. This diversity of experience is what makes us unique.
Message From Executive Director
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It gives me great pleasure in welcoming you all to CITEP. CENTRE FOR INDIAN TRADE AND EXPORT PROMOTION (CITEP) is being formed with the active participation of global experts in various fields to make it as an ideal link for national and global networking and to serve as a collaborative effort to supplement the Central and State Governments with various promotional measures for development of trade, industry and exports. The services being extended by CITEP is pioneer, unique and totally oriented towards export-centric, entrepreneur-centric with a sole motive to provide excellent opportunities in a multi-faceted approach suits every aspiring individual in their select objective of their life. These exports and entrepreneurs related services will impact…
From the Desk of Executive Director
…..One of the keys is India’s increasing geographical diversity. A decade ago, exports were far more concentrated with 52% of the merchandise basket going to the key developed markets (US, Europe, Japan). This resulted in both slower growth and less geographical diversity, causing exports to ebb and flow with the fortunes of the developed world. A decade later, the situation is radically different—exports are far more geographically hedged. Most of merchandise exports now go to various emerging markets (67%), with the developed markets accounting for less than a third of the share. As a result, India is now far more integrated into the regional supply chain than a decade ago and China has become an increasingly important export destination. This largely reflects a changing product composition of exports……..