In recognition of the upcoming India-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement, EICBI
UK India Leaders Conference 2023
1st March 2023
UK Parliament, London
27th summit in Europe
Europe India Centre of Business and Industry and its associate organisations have organised 23 Major summits at British Parliament in London, 3 Major summits at European Parliament in Brussels over the past few years in promoting trade and relations between India and European Union as well as between India and the UK.
In addition to the physical summits, EICBI has organised number of virtual activities as part of the EuropeIndia40 VIEWS campaign so as to promote discussions amongst the current Members of Parliament and EuropeIndia40 leaders.
SPEAKERS - UK Parliament session
Dr Suman Lodh
Associate Professor, Kingston University London
Mr Tony Gimple
Chairman, Sparton Fund
Chief Executive Officer, Angels Den
Mr Padma Kumar
Managing Director, PK Flight Gallery equipment Ltd
Dr Chithra Ramakrishnan
Dr. David Bozward
Director of Employability and Entrepreneurship, Global Banking School
Cllr Philip Abraham
Councillor, Loughton Town Council
Dr Monomita Nandy
Director of Internationalization for Brunel Business School, Brunel University
Find agenda and post conference report of our previous summit at UK & European Parliament and other locations HERE
2.30 - 4.30 PM
Location - UK Parliament
2.30 - 2.35 PM
2:35 – 2:45 PM
Mr Sujit S Nair
Chairperson, Europe India Centre for Business and Industry
2:45 – 3:00 PM
3:00 – 3:35 PM
Panel Discussion 1 - The Free Trade Agreements: Insights and Opportunities
India and UK have concluded a number of rounds of talks for the Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The agreement is estimated to double India-UK bilateral trade to $100 billion by 2030. This session will focus on the following aspects
Benefits to India from FTAs
Benefits to the UK from FTA
Political challenges in UK and India while implementing FTA
Dr Monomita Nandy - Director of Internationalization for Brunel Business School, Brunel University
Dr David Bozward – Director of Employability and Entrepreneurship, Global Banking School
Ms Abhilasha Dafria, CEO – Angels Den
Mr Padma Kumar – MD, PK Flight Gallery equipment Ltd
3:35 – 4:10 PM
Panel Discussion 2 - India-UK ties at 75: Looking back, moving forward
The year 2022 marked the 75 years of UK-India Diplomatic relations. This session will reflect upon the rapidly evolving relationship between India & UK and its multifaceted legacies, having grown into an enduring strategic bond between two of the world’s most vibrant liberal democracies. This session will focus on the following aspects
Critical milestones in the history of India-UK relations
India-UK relations in the current geopolitical context
Areas to further strengthen UK India relations.
Dr Chithra Ramakrishnan – Director, ShruthiUK
Dr Suman Lodh - Associate Professor, Kingston University London
Cllr Philip Abraham – Councillor, Loughton Town Council
Mr Tony Gimple – Chairman, Sparton Fund
4:10 – 4:30 PM
Proven strategies, authentic experiences, and fresh thinking that business leaders can learn from and implement with confidence.
Join CEOs, CFOs, Exec. GMs, marketers, and Board members will receive an extensive briefing on strategies to pursue your business in India and the EU.
Interaction with experts from the UK and India which helps in updating the knowledge at interactive sessions
Global networking: In transferring and exchanging Ideas
Scope of enhancing marketing opportunities and collaborations
Network with critical experts (EU/ UK/ India) and explore new business opportunities
Sharing and learning of best practices and success stories
Sharing your points of view on growth enablers and get feedback for the same from other experts at the conference
'UK India Business Conference 2022' will bring considerable benefits to all the leaders who attend by increasing access to the connections in the UK India corridor, financing, resources, and strategic insight to grow their business across continents.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Business leaders from micro, small and medium scale enterprises
Investors and Investment seekers
Banking and Financial Institution Representatives
Consultants seeking new engagements
Accountants who can help new companies
Solicitors/Lawyers who provide guidance
Senior Academicians and Thought Leaders
A delegate can attend the conference by becoming a strategic partner by paying Rs 60,000 and attend all our summits for a year. As a strategic partner of Europe India Centre for Business and Industry, one gets:
Priority access to EICBI business meets/ events/ partner events for a year.
Access to the delegate list ( Delegate Name, Designation, Organisation) of our summits
Your logo and link on the “Strategic Partners” page of the EICBI website for a year.
Opportunities to promote your organisation in EICBI E-Newsletter.
Offers from our partner organisations
Opportunities to organise joint events when possible.
Broadcast your announcement and news through our social media channels.
In case of the conference's postponement due to unforeseen circumstances like COVID etc., any payment made will automatically be adjusted to the rescheduled date.
Please do check the vaccine dosage required before your trip.