IGEP Consult

IGEP has been started in 1988 as a joint trade promotion program of the Indian Ministry of Commerce and the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). It was implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer TechnischeZusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH. Since July 2005, IGEP has been working as a private company, based in Gurugram (Haryana).

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India is on its way to become one of the most important countries in the world. This is mainly due to private sector which plays a key role in safeguarding high, stable and sustainable economic growth, social development and environment friendly conditions. The public sector is taking care for a conducive, efficient and powerful legal framework.


IGEP’s concept of permanent strengthening of the private sector, with focus MSMEs belongs to the mainstream of the political agenda. Facilitating and increase of domestic and international cooperation, particularly in trade & investment has priority. The private sector and entrepreneurs successfully create additional employment and income. At the same time they help to fight poverty, to fulfill social and environmental minimum requirements. Together with the government they guarantee education, skill development and the building of a just & reasonable society.

Our History

Dr. Dietrich Kebschull with Mr. J. Klein

Technogerma, New Delhi, 1988

Our journey started in 1986 when the former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and the former German chancellor Dr Helmut Kohl decided to take immediate measures to reduce the trade deficit between the two countries. The first action which was taken was to appoint a panel of experts. The goal of the mission was to identify the right approach. After discussions with the industry, associations, experts and government officials the mission recommended to setup a project whose objective would be to increase India's exports to Germany and subsequently to reduce the trade gap. This was the hour of birth of the Indo-German Export promotion project, which was, on behalf of German Ministry for Development and Collaboration (BMZ), managed by the GTZ. A Project, better known by its abbreviation IGEP.

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