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Missouri: An Ideal Location For Indian Companies

Missouri has a strong relationship with several Indian companies, and our connections to India continue to grow.

We’re proud of the fact that more than 21,000 Missourians were born in India, and nearly 6,000 Missourians speak Hindi.

Some Indian companies that have already invested in Missouri include Wipro, Tech Mahindra, Hinduja Global Solutions, Piramal Glass, and many others.

Tech Mahindra is a good example of an Indian company thriving in Missouri.

In 2019, the professional services company successfully expanded its presence in the St. Louis region with a new innovation center in O’Fallon, Missouri.

The 13,000 sq. ft. facility is used to hire and train local talent in emerging digital technology. The center develops technology including automation, artificial intelligence, security, machine learning, cloud computing, big data, data analytics, and blockchain.

Why should Indian companies consider the U.S.?

The U.S offers several advantages for Indian companies.

The U.S. has the most significant foreign direct investment worldwide – and it keeps growing. There’s a well-established culture of opportunity and entrepreneurship – the ideal platform for profit generation. The U.S. is a world leader in research and development. Indian companies will be among like-minded businesses focused on research, innovation, and new technology.

Why choose Missouri?

Missouri meets a wide range of location needs. It offers an unmatched level of highly-skilled talent and workforce development, ranking 1st in the nation for on-the-job training and 3rd in the U.S. for completed apprenticeships.

With a competitive cost of living and vibrant culture, Missouri provides a high quality of life with low business costs. Missouri also continues to be home to various industry-leading companies across several sectors, such as Bayer Crop Science, Boeing, Ford, GM, H&R Block, Meta, and Wells Fargo Advisors.

Missouri cares about culture

Relocating to a new country can be challenging, and cultural organizations can play a key role in helping employees and their families settle into a new community.

Missouri opens its arms to the growing Indian community and has several cultural organizations ready and willing to support people from India. At places like the India Association of Kansas City, India Association of St. Louis, Punascha (St. Louis), Sangeetha (St. Louis), and St. Louis Marathi Mandal, new residents will find the comfort and security of a warm welcome.  

Start the journey

When it comes to Indian companies expanding their businesses into the U.S., Missouri is an ideal location. And as the Indian economy bounces back from the pandemic, Missouri can be the international springboard for continued success.

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