US-India Strategic Partnership Forum Announces U.S. Expansion

Washington D.C.— The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) announced three new offices across the United States, in addition to its existing offices in Washington, D.C., New York, San Francisco and New Delhi. USISPF has added new offices and staff in Boston, MA, Dallas, TX and Los Angeles, CA.

These new offices will serve to promote the objectives of USISPF in the United States, including our work related to energy, entrepreneurship, finance, technology, and media, and will expand the influence of our growing team across the United States and India.

John Chambers, Chairman of USISPF, applauded the opening of the new offices, saying, “Since we founded USISPF four years ago, we made it a goal to have the largest reach imaginable across the globe to promote the objectives of building the strongest ever U.S.-India partnership. These three new offices will do just that, and I look forward to seeing how we our team continues to grow in size, location, and overall impact.”

Applauding USISPF on the new additions, Taranjit Sandhu, Indian Ambassador to the United States said, “I am happy to learn that USISPF is expanding its presence to three new cities in the United States. This is a reflection of the momentum and growth in bilateral ties, cutting across sectors. I am confident that the greater engagement at the state level will further strengthen the economic and commercial pillars of India-US partnership.”

Mukesh Aghi, President and CEO of USISPF, said “These new offices are a symbol of our growing influence in the U.S. and the significance of the reach of the broader U.S.-India partnership. We are excited to be able to serve our members and build lasting ties in additional parts of the U.S. and believe that the interest we’ve seen already is an example of just how powerful the partnership between the two countries can be.”

About the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF):

The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) is committed to creating the most powerful partnership between the United States and India. As the only independent not-for-profit institution dedicated to strengthening the U.S.-India partnership in Washington, D.C. and in New Delhi, USISPF is the trusted partner for businesses, non-profit organizations, the diaspora, and the governments of India and the United States.


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