‘The Swedish girl from Säffle who sparked the Indian Wine Revolution!’
Did you know that a Swedish girl from Säffle has played a significant role in sparking the Indian wine revolution? Come and join us and listen to Cecilia Oldne’s story, get a taste of Sula and learn more about how to create an industry in India – at KTH on April 29th.
According to World Economic Forum (WEF), with an annual GDP growth rate of 7.5 per cent, India is currently the world’s sixth-largest economy. India is poised to become the third-largest consumer market behind only the US and China; and consumer spending in India is expected to grow from USD 1.5 trillion at present to nearly USD 6 trillion by 2030, a World Economic Forum report said Wednesday.
Sula Vineyards is India’s leading and largest wine company with 65% domestic market share. The company has established itself as a leader in the Asian wine industry, with milestones across winemaking, tourism, festivals and business ventures. During Cecilia’s time with Sula, she also put India on the world wine map – the company now exports its wines to 30 countries. Since the sale of its first bottle of wine in 1999, Sula has made a mark in the Indian wine industry and established itself as a pioneer and innovator par excellence!
Come and join us and listen to Cecilia Oldne – Former Vice President, Sula Vineyards, Sweden India Business Council’s Brand Ambassador, London’s leading Fine Wine investment firm Amphora Portfolio Management’s Partner and Soho House Mumbai’s Committee Member.
Cecilia joined Sula and moved to India in 2007, and rest assured, 12 years later still living in Mumbai – she has quite a remarkable story to be shared, with you!