London : The 20 companies chosen as India’s Emerging 20 (IE 20) ceremonially opened trading at London Stock Exchange this morning. IE20 offers twenty of India’s most dynamic businesses a unique opportunity to win recognition on the international stage and develop their global potential.
Selection as an IE20 company not only offers enormous prestige, but winners are flown to London for the awards ceremony. There, they will be able to take full advantage of a host of unique opportunities: meeting potential business partners and VC investors; networking with peers, business leaders and experts; and laying the foundations for building a successful international future.
Over the past two decades, Indian companies have secured their standing throughout the world. IE20 will allow the next generation to demonstrate their potential in knowledge-based fields such as financial and business services, technology and life sciences. The programme was created by London and Partners, the Mayor of London’s inward investment company, which has drawn on its vast experience of working with over two thousand international businesses and successfully bringing them to the UK capital. London Stock Exchange is delighted to support London & Partners, the Mayor of London’s business and promotional organisation, and celebrate the success of the India Emerging 20 programme.
The IE 20 companies for 2016 are : Adadyn, Curadev Pharma, Happiest Minds, Indix Internet, Kyazoonga LatentView Analytics, MoEngage, Nanobi Analytics, OSSCube, Perpetuuiti, Pervazive, RateGain, Seclore, SilverPush, Stelae Technologies, Teabox, TechFront, Telerad Tech and Uniken Uniphore
London Stock Exchange has a long history of supporting Indian companies seeking international growth capital .There are currently 55 Indian or India-focused companies quoted on London’s markets in addition to 26 Indian Global Depository Receipts listed on London’s International Order Book. Indian companies have raised equity capital worth USD 8.1 billion in London and London Stock Exchange has seen 28 INR or Masala bonds listed in total on its markets that have raised INR 165 billion. (ANI)