About Us G2B & B2B Portals

1.        eBiz

eBiz is India’s one-stop-shop of convenient and efficient online Government-to-Business (G2B) services. The core theme of eBiz lies in radical shift by Government in its service approach, from being department-centric to customer-centric, in providing services to the business community. From this single website, you will be able to apply and manage all your licenses, clearances, registrations and regulatory filings. You no longer need to go from department to department or wait in line or hop multiple websites for information and services. eBiz is a collaborative effort involving government at the Central, State and municipal levels. It will dramatically reduce the complexity in obtaining information and services related to starting and operating a business in India.

Using eBiz you will be able to:

  • Obtain information about the various licenses, clearances and registrations required to establish a new business in India;
  • Apply online for new or renewal of licenses, permissions, approvals, clearances and registrations;
  • File tax returns and other regulatory reports;
  • Make electronic payments towards statutory (processing) fees, (stamp) duties, taxes, service fee, etc.;
  • Track status of the application online;
  • Receive alerts via e-mail and SMS on the progress of submitted application;
  • Interact online with the various Government departments such as responding to queries/clarifications, submit documents;
  • Obtain electronic copies of approved licenses, registration certificates and other clearance letters

For more information, registering and exploring the eBiz services, please visit their website.

2.        Invest India

Invest India is the official Investment Promotion and Facilitation Agency of the Government of India, mandated to facilitate investments into India. It is envisaged to be the first point of reference for potential investors.

Its team of domain and functional experts provide sector-and state-specific inputs, and hand-holding support to investors through the entire investment cycle, from pre-investment decision-making to after-care. It assists with location identification; expediting regulatory approvals; facilitating meetings with relevant government and corporate officials; and also provides aftercare services that include initiating remedial action on problems faced by investors.

All facilitation and hand-holding support to investors under the ‘Make in India’ programme is being provided by Invest India. Invest India is promoted by the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

3.        India in Business: Preferred Investment Destination

A 2014 publication from the Economic Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affairs which highlights India’s potential through brief discussions on the Indian economy, economies of the States of India, sector-specific opportunities and tax and regulatory framework.

4.        India Brand Equity Foundation

IBEF is a Trust established by the Ministry of Commerce with the Confederation of Indian Industry as its associate. IBEF’s primary objective is to promote and create international awareness of the Made in India label in markets overseas and to facilitate the dissemination of knowledge of Indian products and services. IBEF is engaged in building Brand India. Towards this objective IBEF works closely with stakeholders across government and industry.

5.        Indian Trade Portal

The Department of Commerce, has developed this web portal to facilitate and thereby increase external trade activities with the rest of the world. The following services are available online: MFN/Preferential tariff; Rules of origin; Non-tariff measures; Export benefits; Export-import policy of India; Export market reports; Trade related acts, etc.

6. EEPC (E-catalogue of Indian Medical suppliers)

EEPC India is the nodal body under Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India for handholding medical devices and related sector in India for export facilitation. EEPC India has identified quality suppliers in the sector and an e-catalogue was launched with an objective of providing one stop reliable solution for sourcing requirements from India.


B2B Portals / Portails B2B

1.        Federation of Indian Export Organisations

FIEO represents the Indian entrepreneur’s spirit of enterprise in the global market. This apex body of Indian export promotion organization was set up jointly by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, and private trade and industry in the year 1965. FIEO is a partner of the Government of India in promoting India’s exports.vSearch for an Indian supplier of products you require on their website

2.        TradeIndia

TradeIndia is India’s largest B2B directory marketplace connecting buyers and suppliers worldwide since 1996.

3.        IndiaMART

IndiaMART is India’s largest online marketplace, connecting buyers with suppliers. The online channel focuses on providing a platform to SMEs, large enterprises as well as individuals.

Founded in 1996, the company’s mission is ‘to make doing business easy’.

4.        Indian Trade Portal

Indian Trade Portal offers resources for foreign buyers looking to source products from India.

5.        TEXPROCIL- Marketplace :

The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council (TEXPROCIL) covers products such as cotton, cotton and blended yarns, cotton and blended fabrics for all types of end use, home textiles and made-ups.

“TEXPROCIL- Marketplace” is a B2B portal to connect the Indian exporters with textile importers across the world on a 24x7 basis round the year. Leading exporters of cotton textile products have uploaded pictures of their product range, corporate video and company profile at this B2B platform “ texprocil.co.in “ . Importers can login at the portal to look for the right suppliers for all their sourcing requirements of cotton textile products and communicate directly with the exporters.

This is a user friendly module for the importers to reach out to Indian suppliers with minimum efforts. In case if buyers are unable to find a right supplier for their products at this B2B portal, they can also post their requirement on the business platform and at the back-end the Council will do necessary follow-up and help the importers to identify suppliers for their sourcing requirements.

6. First India-France Digital Partnership Summit : InFinity