Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, Meets with PM Modi and Affirms Commitment to Investing Across India
On Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi prior to the opening of the company’s second flagship store in Delhi, following the launch of their first flagship store in Mumbai.
Apple CEO Tim Cook with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
On Wednesday, following the launch of Apple’s first flagship store in Mumbai, CEO Tim Cook met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi.
In a Twitter post, Cook expressed his appreciation for the warm welcome and affirmed his company’s commitment to investing in India’s future.
He acknowledged the shared vision with PM Modi regarding the potential of technology to have a positive impact on the country’s development, encompassing areas such as education, manufacturing, environment, and developers. Cook tweeted, “We’re committed to growing and investing across the country.”
PM Modi expressed his delight in meeting Tim Cook through a tweet.
PM Modi tweeted that he was delighted to meet with Tim Cook and that they had exchanged views on a range of diverse topics, emphasizing the technological advancements taking place in India.
During the second part of his visit to India, Tim Cook arrived in Delhi and on Wednesday, he visited the crafts museum and the renowned Lodhi Art district before the opening of Apple’s second official retail store in the country.
During his visit to India, which began on April 17, Tim Cook had a range of engagements. He met with badminton greats Pullela Gopichand and Saina Nehwal, visited the Akanksha Foundation school which serves underprivileged children, and toured the Indian School of Design & Innovation in Mumbai.
On Tuesday, Cook launched Apple’s first flagship retail store in Mumbai, marking a significant milestone for the company in India. Apple’s second store in the country, located in Delhi’s Saket, is scheduled to be launched on Thursday.