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Indian immigrant entrepreneurs and universities in the United States are attracted by the economic boom in India and the limited number of visas available. They seek opportunities to create companies in India with U.S. models with Indian information technology skills while offering customers around the world.

India becomes a global R & D. Within five years, a series of companies in Silicon Valley classroom appear, "said Vivek Wadhwa U.S. based academician and researcher.

Dimdim India that builds technology for social networking was recently acquired by global technology SalesForce.com, providing an exit for early investors in less than four years investment. TringMe founder Yusuf Motiwala and DD Ganguly, who co-founded Dimdim are part of a growing tribe of American entrepreneurs who have returned under the first phase of startup ecosystem in India and scores of their wins reward companies. "We are witnessing a major change in the ecosystem of startup. Contractors with experience in the United States are relocating to India to build societies with models that exploit cross-border low-cost Indian information technology skills while offering customers around the world, "said Suvir Sujan , co-founder, Nex U.S. Venture Partners, an investor in early Dimdim.

Most of these immigrant entrepreneurs from India are world class universities and blue chip companies in the United States. On this elite list are graduates of Harvard Business School Naveen Tewari who co-founded Inmoba, a technology company for networks of mobile advertising is now the second largest network in the world after AdMob Google, Ashwin Damera , Travel Guru founder, an online portal acquired by Travelocity hotel distribution worldwide, and Krishna Mahesh, a descendant of the family that launched TVS Sundaram medical devices startup Sundaram Medicals.

In space Lifesciences, a team of MIT trained specialists have relocated to Bangalore in India to set up Mitra Biotech, a company that focuses on targeted research and clinical trials for cancer treatment. "Three years ago, as a start-up would not have happened in India," said Mohit Mathur Neev Corporate Advisors, a consulting firm specialized focus on life sciences and health care industry in India Mitra Biotech helped structure its business plan and operating model to raise capital from investors since the beginning as Accel Partners. Apart from an ecosystem that provides seed capital and inputs for the consultation, these high-tech start-ups are also links with a growing network of research collaborators.

"We are a team with experience in the construction of a research conducted in the United States, but the challenge has been to reduce the cost of innovation and indigenous solutions in a market like India," said Mallikarjun Sundaram Mitra Biotech Private Limited. The company works with Mazumdar Shaw Cancer Hospital in Bangalore and the Stanley Medical Hospital.

The most important factor in the return of skilled technologists in India is booming Indian economy and the huge potential it offers for entrepreneurship. "India is becoming a global R & D. Within five years, a series of companies in Silicon Valley classroom appear, "said Vivek Wadhwa, Research Director, Center for Entrepreneurship and Research Commercialization, Duke University. It follows the interface technology India to the United States closely.

This is not the only technology and life sciences offer this possibility. Sectors such as electronic commerce and financial services are also ripe for new business.

One of four U.S. engineering and technology companies, established 1995 to 2005, had an immigrant founder. Indian immigrants founded more companies than the next four groups of immigrants from Britain, China, Taiwan and Japan.

The decision to return to India by many skilled immigrants is influenced on visas for foreign nationals in the United States. It is estimated that one million skilled immigrants and their families on temporary visas waiting for green cards. The immigrant visa backlog is likely to increase, given the limited number of visas available. People are fed up and back. In the past there was no possibility for immigrants at home in India. Now they have more opportunities in India and China, some say.
 
Maybe that Indian culture has not matured to accept Indian immigrant blue-chip Company in the United States for the relocation of India; both are struggling to accept his corrupt administration. For example, Sabeer Bhatia, an Indian American entrepreneur co-founder of Hotmail email service provider and manufacturer of network security and SSL VPN-Plus is failing on his  project of a new town in India near Chandigarh called Nanocity. The goal is to reproduce Nanocity energy and eco-system of innovation in Silicon Valley. He has partnership with many  Silicon Valley to set up branch in US environment in his Nonocity. But it is hard to find to acquire 2,500 hectares of land with the necessary connectivity and various legal requirements of the Indian administration. Indian immigrant in the United States is perhaps not used to dealing with corrupt practices and politicians in India . Purchasing land in populated India  is more complicated process than importing any technology.

 

 
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Gaurav Virk,  the author has a strong motivation to support human-rights and publish research on rights articles worldwide info.   He have  just completed  Master Degree in Computer Applications (MCA) and and is busy in setting  Company EWARE WEBSOLUTIONS PVT ltd near Chandigarh,India.   He plans to offer research on website designs  and solutions. He is also in search of good entrepreneur  from America, who is interested to setup partnership in India.

 


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