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Like a lot of businesses, Marport Canada Inc. sees opportunity in India. But knowing the best ways to break into the booming market is another thing.

The company which develops, makes and sells underwater sonar technology, is the subject of our Challenge series this week. You can read it here.

Marport co-founder and chief strategy officer Karl Kenny was here to answer your questions, along with Vijendra Gairola, Mumbai-based chief representative in India for Export Development Canada, and Kalai Kalaichelvan, founder and chief executive officer of Eion Wireless, a manufacturer of broadband wireless products, who has learned from experience how to navigate markets such as India.

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