Business Opportunities between EU and India to be discussed at European Parliament
The discussions will be held during Europe India Business Summit on 25th September at European Parliament in Brussels.
Europe India Centre for Business and Industry is organising 'Europe India Business Summit 2018’ at European Parliament in Brussels on 25th September so as to showcase business opportunities in India for various stakeholders in European Union. The summit will be held over the period of 2 days with discussions and interactions on 25th September and industrial visits on 26th September so as to provide better understanding of how EU works for our delegates. This summit will be chaired by Member of European Parliament and Vice Chair of European Parliament delegation for relations with India, Hon Caroline Nagtegaal and is co hosted by Hon Geoffrey Van Orden MBE MEP, who is the Chair of European Parliament delegation for relations with India.
Europe India Business Summit will be the 22nd business meet of business meet series which have been organised in Europe by EICBI and its associate organisation, Sivaleen, during the course of this decade. Over the past 21 summits which have been held at British Parliament in London, the organisations have engaged more than 3000 stakeholders in the UK - India - EU corridor.
Hon Caroline Nagtegaal, who is also the Patron of Europe India Centre for Business & Industry, mentioned “Fostering ever closer cooperation between India and the EU, the two largest multiparty democracies in the world, is of great importance. Not just for the wealth and prosperity of our people, but for the world. I look forward to the summit as an essential step towards increased mutual understanding and as a way to discuss shared opportunities” . Sujit S Nair, Chair of Europe India Centre for Business and Industry said “Summits like these help in bringing together various stakeholders who are keen to have a strong relationship between EU and India in one platform and since the summits do attract number of influential stakeholders in the EU India corridors including Members of Parliaments and Senior executives for business organisations, it provides an opportunity for the delegates to discuss their issues with people who have the ability to influence decision.
The summit is expected to gather around 120 delegates including few of the companies from 28 European Union Countries and India, policymakers from European Union and India, Members of European Parliament and other invited guests.
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