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Sulakshana Badri
Feb 26 2020

Ram Gorlamandala Guest Speaks in India

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Ram Gorlamandala Guest Speaks in India
<p>Tat Capital&#39;s Co-founder/Director Ram Gorlamandala during his short trip to India, made few stops to share his insights on the economic and business opportunity between the two great nations of&nbsp;Australia-India.</p> <ul> <li><a href="https://hub.tie.org/e/iotmatrixmeetup2020" target="_blank">IoT Matrix event</a> was held at TiEBangalore on 28 January, 2020 on the topic: &#39;Partnership, Business and Investment Opportunities with Australia&#39;, addressing the crowd Ram Gorlamandala shared&nbsp;his valuable insights on Australia-India synergy, listing in the ASX,&nbsp; crossborder opportunities and&nbsp;engaged with the attendees for an extended Q&amp;A.</li> <li>In partnership with our Strategic Partner Samisti Legal, at&nbsp;Hyderabad,&nbsp;Ram covered a session on ASX as an alternative to Series B capital raise for many growing Indian companies. There were 20 CEOs representing various growth companies in attendance for this closed event.&nbsp; <p>Commenting on the event, Raghu Babu Gunturu, Founder &amp; Mentor of Samisti Legal&nbsp;said: &quot;With the Indian and Australian Governments committing to grow trade and commerce between both the countries there are lot of opportunities for Indian companies to expand business in Australia and also raise capital.&quot;&nbsp;</p> </li> </ul> <p><img alt="Samisti Legal Event" src="https://tat.capital/docs/uploads/2020/02/RAM-SAMISTI.jpg " /></p> <ul> <li>In Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode, Ram delivered a guest lecture on &#39;Entrepreneurship as part of the Leadership Series&#39;, addressing the students of Middle Management &amp; Business Leadership Program. The Institute commented: &quot;In an extremely engaging session, Mr. Ram explained the audience exactly how Tat Capital facilitates trade and investment ideas between Australia, New Zealand and the Indian Subcontinent through effective capital raising.&quot;</li> </ul>

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