Updated on 26 June 2014
"This agreement is further evidence of the ongoing working relationship between the Innovation Crescent in Georgia, USA, and India," said Mr Nick Masino, Chairman of the Innovation Crescent Regional Partnership. "We have always and will continue to welcome the collaborative efforts of life science organizations in India as we strive to further life science research, development and investment in both regions," he added.
"It is a continuation of our organisation's efforts to promote, develop and nurture collaborative activities that lead to innovation in life science institutions and companies between India and Georgia, USA," said Mr Narayanan Suresh, group editor of MM Activ Sci-Tech Communications. He assured further, "We will ensure that the red carpet is rolled out to all those who want to invest in India's fast-growing life sciences sector."
"By signing this MOU, the Innovation Crescent and Georgia will move one more step forward in realising the full potential of research and development, academic and business opportunities," said Mr Ani Agnihotri, managing director of United States International Business and Research Center and chairman of the USA India Business Summit.
Mr Agnihotri has been working with many Georgia-based organisations, including Georgia's Innovation Crescent and the Georgia Department of Economic Development, to be a leading state in growing bioscience business with India.