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FDI India helps hospitality and tourism businesses by connecting with foreign investors

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FDI India helps Indian businesses get financially stronger by giving them the right kind of advice to get a loan on favorable terms.


FDI India is opening up new avenues of foreign credit for leading businesses in the tourism and hospitality sector through the complex FDI route process set by the governing body. As the sector aims for a recovery from the pandemic downturn, FDI India is helping companies build their financial strength through quality and conflict-free foreign investment.

FDI India provides financial assistance to help small and large business owners in India achieve their financial goals and objectives. Traditionally, companies have resorted to financial support from banks and investors, but this might not be the most suitable option due to factors such as higher interest rates and shared ownership. Viable debt options are relatively simple and provide an easy way to generate investment by foreign investors through the most credible route.

Commenting on the same, Vishal Yadav, CEO, FDI India said, “The industry is on the cusp of a period of recovery. Optimism around the rollout of vaccines and an eventual recovery in tourism has started to boost activity, and investors don’t want to miss the opportunity. .”

“Global investors are turning to investing in India as they seek to generate healthy returns on their investments. We help Indian businesses to become financially strong by giving them the right kind of advice to secure loans on favorable terms. Through our interactive platform, we hold the hand of companies in their investment journey without any compromise on equity”, he added.

India is gradually becoming a preferred destination for investment in the tourism sector despite being the most affected sector in the economy. The government’s dedicated efforts, such as liberal FDI policy, ease of doing business, opening doors for tourists from South Asian countries for regional tourism, are accelerating recovery from economic setbacks.

Against this backdrop, strong signals indicate to global investors the wide range of potential investment opportunities available in Indian projects, creating strong demand for investment assistance from pre-investment to follow-up, and a Simplified business environment for business.

Driving the vision of government initiative – Atma Nirbhar Bharat, FDI India seeks to create an FDI-related repository of information on its platform to expand its relevance across the country.





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