Basque business development agency

SPRI Office in India

The SPRI Representative Office in India opened in January 2009 in the city of Mumbai, capital of the State of Maharashtra, recognized as the most populous city and the economic and financial centre of India.

The SPRI office in India provides Basque companies with comprehensive support to facilitate their access to the indian market and their installation process in the country, as well as support and advice for chinese investors who consider the Basque Country to be their best partner in Europe.

Services for basque companies

Market intelligence

  • Target market information and analysis.
  • Study of customes duty on product: Imports/Exports.
  • Preparation of travel agendas.
  • Accompaniment.
  • Support at trade fairs.
  • Contacts and negotiations with public institutions.

Structure at destination

  • Identification of local partners.
  • Search for land, premises, offices, specialised facilities.
  • Legal and fiscal guidance, public subsidies.
  • Advice on bank account opening procedure at destination.
  • Assistance in registration of product with approval agencies. Industrial intellectual property.
  • Search and pre-selection of H.R. abroad.
  • Virtual office services.

Network expansion services

  • Search for distributor, agent, customers.
  • Temporary monitoring of local distributors.
  • Search for suppliers.
  • Research on local business and trade reports.
  • Support in creating export consortia abroad.


Assistance in tendering in the framework of multilateral organisations:

  • Step 1: assessment and strategy.
  • Step 2: prospecting and business search.
  • Step 3: support in commercial activity

Services for indian companies

Present the potential of the Basque Country, as a good place to invest, on the indian market.

Identify and promote new investments, reinvestments and business expansions of indian companies interested in installing in the Basque Country.

Advise potential investors, taking into account every installation requirement and strategy.