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About Karavan Advisory
Karavan Advisory Enterprises LLP is an International business advisory firm specialising in Internationalisation, based out of New Delhi, India with its associates and partners in US, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Mexico (Latin America) and other emerging and advanced economies.
Karavan’s mission is to support an Enterprise’s journey to Business Growth, International Expansion and Investment Opportunities. Also, help global and local Investors mitigate their risks whilst investing into small and medium size companies. Our specialised expertise range from Food & Agri to Manufacturing to Electric Vehicles (EVs).
Karavan assists companies in ascertaining market and non market Strategy, M&As, engaging with partners, overcoming entry barriers, regulations, localisation, marketing and executing the project – from strategy to implementation of the project.
News and Events
Karavan Advisory Participated in India – Brazil Business Forum in the honorable presence of H.E. Mr. Jair Bolsonaro, President of the Federative Republic of Brazil.January 27, 2020
Kaà -Yarì – Yerba Mate Wellness Tea was launched in October 2019 in India. Kaà -Yarì, by Pipore, is named after the goddess of ‘Yerba (herb) Mate (Cup)’ and follows the ancient practice of brewing Kaà leaves into Mate for their stimulating and restorative effects on the body and the mind. It infuses tradition withOctober 14, 2019
September 2019: Karavan Free Trade participated in TiE Startup Expo 4, India’s biggest ecosystem for start-up success
Karavan Free Trade participated in Startup Expo 4, India’s biggest ecosystem for start-up success. The event was held at Apparel House, Sector 44, Gurugram on September 28, 2019. Co-created by Lufthansa and TiE Delhi-NCR, the Expo gave Karavan Free Trade an opportunity to showcase its venture, meet investors, engage with government organizations, attend knowledge sessions,October 14, 2019
July 2019: Media Coverage: Mr. Anish Narang (M.D, Karavan Advisory quoted by Bloomberg Tax) : Gift Smuggling Dries Up in Mumbai as Alibaba Vendors Squeezed
Courier goods to Mumbai port fell 55% in early 2019 on tougher enforcement Could hurt sites like Alibaba, but some want more action to stop tax fraud Goods smuggled tax-free through foreign e-commerce platforms into one of India’s busiest ports of entry have dropped sharply after a recent crackdown, prompting business groups to urge theJuly 23, 2019