Grant Thornton is an international network of separate and independent member firms established in more than 147 countries worldwide. Global Delivery works to provide innovative multi-disciplinary solutions across service lines and expertise areas, with a customer base that spans the entire global network of Grant Thornton. We serve international member firms through dedicated offshore teams based in India and work in bilateral corridors to connect businesses with partners, identify the best business practices in India and other parts of the world, and learn from them during our collaboration.
We combine technical skills, process rigour, tools, methodologies, overall structure and strategies to seamlessly deliver services across time zones through our local talent pool.
International Business Centre
Grant Thornton's global member firms are dedicated to supporting clients throughout their international ventures, whether it involves taking initial steps, entering new markets, or comprehending tax obligations in multiple jurisdictions. Our team of experts is committed to providing the necessary guidance to help you achieve your business goals effectively.
Grant Thornton's global member firms have established International Business Centres (IBCs) worldwide to aid clients in their international expansion and exploration of business opportunities. If you intend to conduct business in India, understanding the investment environment and obtaining information about the corporate, accounting, business, and taxation framework are vital to ensure a successful journey. With its accredited IBC in India, Grant Thornton Bharat can provide the expertise and support to keep you on the right path.
We work with industry and bilateral chambers to strengthen each corridor, and co-create thought leadership and exciting compilations. Our primary corridors include the US, UK, Germany, and Japan, where we are already making significant strides.
By drawing on years of experience working with both countries, Grant Thornton Bharat and Grant Thornton US help businesses in the US and India navigate the challenging economic environment across various sectors and requirements.
Grant Thornton Bharat and Grant Thornton UK have been working closely for nearly three decades to identify growth and expansion opportunities for companies in both countries. The 2030 roadmap of India-UK relations is focused on revitalised and dynamic connections between people, re-energised trade, investment and technological collaboration that improves lives and creates shared prosperity.
The South Asia Group at Grant Thornton UK helps organisations which are looking to grow their business by exporting, investing or doing business with South Asia, and also support South Asian companies looking to invest or raise funds in the UK.
Germany and India are well-positioned to benefit from closer economic and trade cooperation. Germany is a key business partner in the European Union. GT Germany and Grant Thornton Bharat work closely to help clients navigate cultural barriers, operate confidently in the legal and administrative systems, and develop sensitivity towards customary business practices.
The inter-cultural India desk at Grant Thornton Germany consists of competent and experienced experts, assisting German businesses in India and vice versa, Indian businesses in Germany, in each aspect of their business activity in the other country.
Growing interest from Japanese companies to enhance trade with India and from Indian companies to expand their global footprints is set to create huge opportunities for growth and expansion for dynamic businesses. Our resources and strategies help our clients gain invaluable insights into various aspects of doing business in India.
Our Secondary corridors
Besides our primary corridors, we also focus on creating and nourishing new business channels through our secondary corridors. Our team works diligently to evaluate and enhance the potential of business and collaborative projects in our secondary corridors. Some of our secondary corridors are Australia, BIMSTEC, ASEAN, and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).