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The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) is committed to creating the most powerful strategic partnership between the U.S. and India. Promoting bilateral trade is an important part of thier work, but their mission reaches far beyond this. It is about business and government coming together in new ways to create meaningful opportunities that have the power to change the lives of citizens.

We are entering a new era based on a strategic partnership between the U.S. and India. The USISPF work closely together with business and government leaders to push young entrepreneurs forward.
This not only help driving economic growth, and job creation but also promotes  innovation, inclusion, and entrepreneurship.

Mukesh Aghi, CEO and president, US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF), said: “A sample of 12 Indian-born startups shows they have created 634 high-paying jobs in the United States, and over 6,200 jobs worldwide,” he said in the “Startup Connect Program” which was virtually held as a part of West Coast Summit, PTI reported. The program aimed at strengthening US-India bilateral ties via startups and the event brought together over 300 executives including 100 startups, 100 Fortune 500 companies, and senior officials from both governments.
These events have attracted inverters on a large scale giving  young entrepreneurs opportunity to expand outside our borders.

Entrepreneurial immigration in the US-India corridor is creating some true win-win opportunities for both countries. For every H1/ L1 visa issued to Indian startups, they created 40 jobs in America at an average income of $175,000.Also, for each high-paying job in the United States, eight jobs were created in India.

The strengthening of US-India bilateral ties could be a major proponent for startups to flourish and both countries can benefit if more startups are encouraged to work in America. India and America can scale up their current trade level to five or ten times and there is no reason for these two countries to not explore this opportunity.

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