We provide MBA and EMBA trips to any destination across the world. We identify companies that are successful in their respective areas in the countries visited. We arrange for business leaders and University professors to talk to the travel group.
A trip abroad will expose participants to firms and organizations located in rising economies, dealing with issues covered in their curriculum, and acquainting participants with the challenges, opportunities, and requirements associated with doing business in the visited countries.
Participants will be exposed to foreign firms doing business in the visited countries and indigenous firms doing business overseas, to understand how they operate and compete in the these markets.
Meet senior officials of the firms to learn their strategies.
Meet MBA students in the visited countries to compare experiences and career interests.
Visit factories and see their operations and production facilities.
Get acquainted with the problems of the largest democracy in the world.
Study the incentives given by governments to set up industries and for promoting exports.
Study the Foreign Direct Investments allowed in different sectors; incentives given by governments to set up industries and promote exports.
Understand the cultures of the visited countries, including work ethics.
To see, taste, and experience what countries across the world are about today.
Touringhouse will coordinate all the activities and logistics for your group, including air and hotel bookings.
In addition, we will arrange visits to factories, offices and educational institutions, R&D facilities and set up business meetings and presentations for the students with senior company officials and experts.
Questions and answer sessions will also be incorporated into the presentations.
The program coordinators and other academics will also promote and facilitate business ventures/collaborations with other educational institutions, R&D and future exchange programs between foreign and Canadian students and faculty members.
"It has been a great pleasure working with you during the past 4 years and I look forward
to working with you again for next year's EMBA trips to Europe, Southeast Asia and China.
Please let me know if there is ever anything we can do for you.
You have done so much for the Ivey Business School."
- Richard Ivey School of Business
"Touringhouse recently organized and coordinated a study tour of businesses in India
for a group of our MBA students at Wilfrid Laurier University.
The study tour was a resounding success due in large part to Touringhouse's attention to detail,
their network of contacts and their intimate knowledge of India. Everything from the travel
logistics to the accommodations to the quality meetings was handled with professional care
and made for a rich learning experience. We will definitely use Touringhouse for our next
visit to India and highly recommend their services"
- Wilfrid Laurier School of Business and Economics
"I would be very pleased to recommend your services to anyone who wants to organize
a first class, risk free trip. Your years of experience and attention to detail result
in very enjoyable and professional trips. It is a pleasure to have benefitted from your vast experience."
- St. Mary's
"Our experience of Touringhouse is that they offer a worry-free, comprehensive service at
competitive rates. Their service mentality allows students to focus upon the business and educational elements.
It is a pleasure to work with them."
- Concordia University
Our Tour Escorts are personable and knowledgeable. Contact us for more information on any of the travel experiences we offer.
Political system and government
India attained independence from British rule on Aug. 15, 1947. The 1950 constitution provides for a parliamentary system of Government. There are 28 states and 7 Union Territories. There is a healthy competition between all the states to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for speedy economic growth and employment generation.
India is a multilingual society with 18 principal languages recognized by the Constitution. Hindi is the language of a large percentage of people, while English is the preferred business language.
Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Thiruvananthapuram.
Stable democratic governance throughout 55 years of independence.
Large Middle Class Market of 300-350 million people with increasing purchasing power, as reflected by a sustained growth in sales of consumer durables in recent years.
Foreign investment is welcome in almost all sectors barring those of strategic concern like atomic energy, railways and sensitive defence production. Large and diversified manufacturing base spread across the country.
Thrust on technology, innovation and knowledge based services.
Well developed R&D infrastructure and technical marketing services.
Developed banking system, commercial banking network of over 63,000 branches, supported by a number of international banks, insurance joint ventures and state level financial institutions.
India is developing as one of the largest cost-competitive technical workforce nation.
My trip to India
I was in India from December 6, 2009 to January 10, 2010. During my stay I visited the following cities: GURGAON, HYDERABAD, CHENNAI, DELHI, AHMEDABAD and BANGALORE.
What impressed me the most is the confidence shown by my friends and relatives, as well as the workingman on the street, in the Indian economy.
Entrepreneurs are emerging, manufacturing, cottage industries and the service sectors are booming. In all big cities, real estate is booming.
Builders like Saraha, Jay P. Green and DLF are building large communities. IMF and private investment is busy in building infrastructure.
In provinces like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnatka, Chennai, Punjab, Haryana, there is a minimum of 4-lanes in traffic.
There are new airports in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Bangalore, and more are being built in other cities to accommodate domestic traffic. New domestic airlines are coming up.
The government of India, TATA, AMBANI, KCT and MITT AL signed an agreement with the government of Japan to build an industrial corridor from Delhi to Mumbai, a distance of 1,400 Km.
There will be 6 zones of 200 km each to build manufacturing and service industry factories. This will be completed in the next 10 years. An investment of nearly 500 billion dollars.
The government of Japan has already allocated 300 million dollars for infrastructure and the acquisition of land.
New Plants Opening
A NANO Plant is being built in Gujarat, which will employ 2000 people in future.
MITTAL STEEL plans to build two more steel mills in Bihar and Orissa.
Gurgaon is becoming another Bangalore of the North.