"Ficci has mounted this delegation with an aim to further strengthen the Indo-US strategic relations in the field of innovation and technology. Our endeavour is to match make highly innovative Indian enterprises with the US investors and businesses for global outreach of Indian innovations," Ficci Secretary General A Didar Singh said.
According to the report, the delegation includes about 60 companies from various sectors including information technology, healthcare and pharmaceuticals clean energy, education and electronics.
Further, the visit has been planned in alliance with the Indo-US Science and Technology Forum, TiE Silicon Valley, IC2 Institute at the University of Texas, Austin, Center for Innovation at Arlington and Global Organization of People of Indian Origin.
Modi will be reaching the US on September 26.