Sharjah, March 11, 2019 – Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI Park), an initiative of American University of Sharjah Enterprises (AUSE), received a delegation from India yesterday. The delegation included investors and experts in the fields of technology, smart industries and relevant innovative sectors from major cities in India.
The visit was organized by MCA, an international business consultancy, to identify investment opportunities and services provided by SRTI Park. Also, to facilitate knowledge transfer, build relations and partnership between the park and the Indian business and tech communities.
The delegation was briefed about the park, its future plans and its offerings such as services provided to the investors.
During the session, current and future projects were showcased and illustrated how the park’s ecosystem fosters disruptive technologies especially companies focusing on research, development and technology transfer.
SRTI Park offers premium services that will attract investors based on international standards. Investors will be able to work within a safe investment environment with full ownership and tax exemptions as well as infrastructure and support facilities.
The delegation was impressed by the benefits of establishing at the park including easy access to Sharjah University City. There are several universities in this ecosystem, with more than 47,000 students, 2,000 PHDs and 17 institutions, all of which creating reputation for themselves in the fields of research and development.
The park is committed towards making Sharjah a research and innovation hub of the Middle East.
The visit was an important opportunity to introduce the park to the Indian business community as the research and innovation hub of the Middle East.
The Indian delegation expressed their gratitude to the park for hosting them while praising the Emirate of Sharjah for the achievements it has made in the fields education, research and technology.
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