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"INDIA DECIPHERED"

Pathcipher Consulting LLP in association with Golden Square helping you to facilitate Multi-National Companies venture and scale in India.



It took me 6 months to open a bank account. I depended on Google search to incorporate my India entity and got into a big mess. Endless documentation and cumbersome compliance. Unable to hire the right team to scale up in India. Cultural differences in the way India works. And many more ..... 

Sounds familiar?

These are some of the frequently heard issues from organizations setting up operations in India.

Golden Square collaborated with Pathcipher, a team of professionals, to facilitate Multi-National Companies venture and scale in India.

Pathcipher is a team with vast experience in the areas of
● Advocacy, Compliance, and Regulatory
● Real estate and Facilities
● Finance, Legal and Human Resources
● General Management
● Joint Ventures, Mergers & Acquisition
● Market Research

Pathcipher hosted an  Interactive Session “India Deciphered” which was very useful to the relevant organizations as they could share their experiences and take away some useful Inputs. 


Companies who have established their operations in India, facing challenges some of which could have been a deterrent for their future expansion plans. This forum gave the opportunity to share such experiences of each participant and learn from each other’s experiences.


Pathcipher believes these challenges could be addressed by leveraging our knowledge and experience and hence had a successful event on 
Date: 13th June 2019 
Venue: Golde Square CBD-South, # 372, 6th Cross Wilson Garden Bangalore - 560 027




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