Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday emphasised the need to set up call centres for non-English-speaking countries wanting to build business ties with Haryana.
Khattar said this should be done to overcome the language barrier and ensure smooth flow of communication.
The chief minister (CM) was speaking after inaugurating a Japanese call centre in New Delhi. Khattar said the call centre had been established following a request by a Japanese business delegation that met him during the first road show organised in New Delhi on December 22, in the run up to the Happening Haryana Global Investors’ Summit. The CM said with the setting up of this call centre, Japanese entrepreneurs residing in Japan and India could get their queries resolved in their own language.
He said Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HSIIDC) has appointed an executive who would be available on the landline number 011-2334848 during office hours, and round-the-clock on the mobile number 9868117683.
Besides business-related queries, information regarding Japanese cultural events, restaurants and taxi service will be provided at this call centre in Japanese, so that the entrepreneurs can feel at home.