UK India Awards 2017
UK India Awards 2017
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The UK-India Awards is a one-of-its-kind invitation only* event celebrating the winning partnership between UK & India. The exclusive 350 guest black-tie Gala Dinner and glittering Awards ceremony will take place on Friday 12 May 2017 at a prestigious Central London venue**. The event will also launch ‘The UK-India 100’ list of most influential people in UK-India relations.

The UK-India Awards is brought to you by London-based media house India Inc. – publishers of ‘India Global Business’, ‘India’s foremost outbound investment magazine’, and the FDI focussed ‘India Investment Journal’.

The Awards will recognise the very best, most innovative, and path-breaking UK and Indian companies that are making a significant impact on the bilateral relationship. The event will also acknowledge the efforts of organisations and individuals who continue to make a significant contribution to further and strengthen relations between our two great nations.

* The UK-India Awards is an invitation only event and not open to the general public.
** Given the high-profile nature of the UK-India Awards and for security purposes the venue will be disclosed to guests closer to the event.

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The UK-India Awards is a one-of-its-kind invitation only* event celebrating the winning partnership between UK & India. The exclusive 350 guest black-tie Gala Dinner and glittering Awards ceremony will take place on Friday 12 May 2017 at a prestigious Central London venue**. The event will also launch ‘The UK-India 100’ list of most influential people in UK-India relations.

The UK-India Awards is brought to you by London-based media house India Inc. – publishers of ‘India Global Business’, ‘India’s foremost outbound investment magazine’, and the FDI focussed ‘India Investment Journal’.

The Awards will recognise the very best, most innovative, and path-breaking UK and Indian companies that are making a significant impact on the bilateral relationship. The event will also acknowledge the efforts of organisations and individuals who continue to make a significant contribution to further and strengthen relations between our two great nations.

* The UK-India Awards is an invitation only event and not open to the general public.
** Given the high-profile nature of the UK-India Awards and for security purposes the venue will be disclosed to guests closer to the event.

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Fri 12th May 2017
The UK-India Awards is a one-of-its-kind invitation only* event celebrating the winning partnership between UK & India. The exclusive 350 guest black-tie Gala Dinner and glittering Awards [...]
India Inc.’s 2nd Annual Digital India & Innovation Conclave
India Inc.’s 2nd Annual Digital India & Innovation Conclave
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The Narendra Modi led government’s Digital India initiative is pegged around a vision of a knowledge driven economy, enabled and empowered through technology to create a better quality of life for its citizens. Innovation is the driving force required to turn this vision a reality. 


India Inc. brings you its second annual conclave to follow up on the issues raised during the inaugural event in New Delhi last year and dig deeper into how the right ecosystem for innovation can be created on the ground.

The 2nd Digital India Conclave will broadly cover:

• The roadmap to nurturing innovation in India
• How can Make in India enable ‘Create in India’ for the country’s IP growth?
• How can India best harness the power of Cloud to deliver jobs and growth?
• What is the role of mobile technologies in delivering inclusive development?
• Ecommerce – Is it a force for good to deliver Digital India?

The conclave will explore a wide range of solutions and produce an actionable report for senior policy-makers of the nation.

Expected Speakers:

• Hon. Ravi Shankar Prasad, Cabinet Minister DeiTY, India
• Dr Arvind Panigrahi, Deputy Chairman, NITI Ayog, India
• Hon. Nirmala Sitharaman, Commerce Minister, India
• Amitabh Kant, Secretary, DIPP, India

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The Narendra Modi led government’s Digital India initiative is pegged around a vision of a knowledge driven economy, enabled and empowered through technology to create a better quality of life for its citizens. Innovation is the driving force required to turn this vision a reality. 


India Inc. brings you its second annual conclave to follow up on the issues raised during the inaugural event in New Delhi last year and dig deeper into how the right ecosystem for innovation can be created on the ground.

The 2nd Digital India Conclave will broadly cover:

• The roadmap to nurturing innovation in India
• How can Make in India enable ‘Create in India’ for the country’s IP growth?
• How can India best harness the power of Cloud to deliver jobs and growth?
• What is the role of mobile technologies in delivering inclusive development?
• Ecommerce – Is it a force for good to deliver Digital India?

The conclave will explore a wide range of solutions and produce an actionable report for senior policy-makers of the nation.

Expected Speakers:

• Hon. Ravi Shankar Prasad, Cabinet Minister DeiTY, India
• Dr Arvind Panigrahi, Deputy Chairman, NITI Ayog, India
• Hon. Nirmala Sitharaman, Commerce Minister, India
• Amitabh Kant, Secretary, DIPP, India

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Fri 4th Dec 2015
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Policy India Summit 2015
Policy India Summit 2015
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India Inc. takes its Policy India Programme to the next level with a Policy Summit in London on 17 November 2015 , soon after the much-anticipated first visit of Narendra Modi to the UK as Indian Prime Minister.

'Assessing the Modi Impact' will therefore make an apt theme for the summit, which seeks to explore the UK-India bilateral ties and how they can truly leapfrog in the Cameron-Modi era.

Some of the questions the summit will seek to address:

• Is UK still the preferred launch pad for Indian businesses?
• How can the UK and India significantly increase bilateral trade flows? 
• Where do the opportunities lie for UK companies in India? 
• What are the major opportunities and challenges for Indian companies in the UK? 
• And how can the challenges be tackled to ease investment for Indian companies in the UK?
• How can this relationship be strengthened? 
• What is the road map ahead?

Expected Speakers:

• Hon. Nirmala Sitharaman, Commerce Minister of India
• Lord O’Neil, Commercial Secretary to the Treasury
• Dr. Raghuram Rajan, Governor Reserve Bank of India
• Mark Carney UK Governor of Central Bank
• Alan Yarrow, Lord Mayor of City of London 
• Senior leaders from UK government 
• Chief Economists/experts 
• Senior Banking/Financial Institution Leaders
• Partners from Professional Advisory firms/Consultancies/law firms
• Representatives from International organisations and think tanks

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India Inc. takes its Policy India Programme to the next level with a Policy Summit in London on 17 November 2015 , soon after the much-anticipated first visit of Narendra Modi to the UK as Indian Prime Minister.

'Assessing the Modi Impact' will therefore make an apt theme for the summit, which seeks to explore the UK-India bilateral ties and how they can truly leapfrog in the Cameron-Modi era.

Some of the questions the summit will seek to address:

• Is UK still the preferred launch pad for Indian businesses?
• How can the UK and India significantly increase bilateral trade flows? 
• Where do the opportunities lie for UK companies in India? 
• What are the major opportunities and challenges for Indian companies in the UK? 
• And how can the challenges be tackled to ease investment for Indian companies in the UK?
• How can this relationship be strengthened? 
• What is the road map ahead?

Expected Speakers:

• Hon. Nirmala Sitharaman, Commerce Minister of India
• Lord O’Neil, Commercial Secretary to the Treasury
• Dr. Raghuram Rajan, Governor Reserve Bank of India
• Mark Carney UK Governor of Central Bank
• Alan Yarrow, Lord Mayor of City of London 
• Senior leaders from UK government 
• Chief Economists/experts 
• Senior Banking/Financial Institution Leaders
• Partners from Professional Advisory firms/Consultancies/law firms
• Representatives from International organisations and think tanks

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Clean India Programme
Clean India Programme
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India’s rapid pace of urbanisation means Indian cities would have over 600 million residents generating the vast majority (70 per cent) of the country’s GDP by 2030. The Narendra Modi led government has ambitious plans to convert old cities into smart urban spaces and build new cities enabled by technology. Effective and efficient waste management is integral to that vision.

A well-structured and sustainable Waste Management system would be a catalyst for improved public health and reduce the burden on the public purse. An effective strategy will eventually also be a driver behind India emerging as a key player in the $1-trillion global circular economy, fuelling jobs and growth.

The government of India is set to announce the national Waste Management policy following the completion of a consultation process on 15 July 2015.

India Inc. is hosting an international conclave in New Delhi on 3 July 2015 with senior policy and decision makers from the public, private and other sectors in India and abroad to explore Waste Management in the Indian context and feed into the government’s consultation process.

The conclave aims to identify new opportunities that lie in the Waste Management space in India, and how opportunities can be utilised, strengthened and sustained through a thorough examination of the following questions:

• Why the need for effective waste management? The potential socio-economic impact.
• What is the roadmap for delivering effective waste management?
• How to finance sustainable waste management across urban & rural India?
• How does waste management relate to Clean India, Smart Cities & Clean Ganga initiatives?

There is no more time to waste if India is to come to grips with this crucial aspect of its development strategy and India Inc. will be among the partners that helps deliver the goal.

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A well-structured and sustainable Waste Management system would be a catalyst for improved public health and reduce the burden on the public purse. An effective strategy will eventually also be a driver behind India emerging as a key player in the $1-trillion global circular economy, fuelling jobs and growth.

The government of India is set to announce the national Waste Management policy following the completion of a consultation process on 15 July 2015.

India Inc. is hosting an international conclave in New Delhi on 3 July 2015 with senior policy and decision makers from the public, private and other sectors in India and abroad to explore Waste Management in the Indian context and feed into the government’s consultation process.

The conclave aims to identify new opportunities that lie in the Waste Management space in India, and how opportunities can be utilised, strengthened and sustained through a thorough examination of the following questions:

• Why the need for effective waste management? The potential socio-economic impact.
• What is the roadmap for delivering effective waste management?
• How to finance sustainable waste management across urban & rural India?
• How does waste management relate to Clean India, Smart Cities & Clean Ganga initiatives?

There is no more time to waste if India is to come to grips with this crucial aspect of its development strategy and India Inc. will be among the partners that helps deliver the goal.

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Policy India Seminar
Policy India Seminar
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India Inc. is carrying forward its Policy India Programme with the second annual Roundtable in London on 11 June 2015.

The Ease of Doing Business and Make in India exclusive event will be held in association with international law firm Ashurst and influential think tank India Foundation.

The roundtable will follow on from 2014 deliberations, which marked 'A New Dawn' as Narendra Modi took charge as India's Prime Minister. One of his central pledges was to raise India's perception ranking as a business-friendly country with the Make In India initiative moving on a parallel track.

The 2015 Roundtable will debate the various aspects of this enormous challenge, panelists will critically explore and assess the following issues in-depth:

• How is the Modi government looking to transform red tape into red carpet for business investment?
• What specific administrative & policy reforms have been undertaken so far and an assessment of their impact.
• Where do the real opportunities lie for foreign private sector firms around “Make In India”?
• What do stakeholders view as key challenges and bottlenecks that need to be addressed to ensure successful fruition of “Make in India”?
• Does the UK/EU perceive Make in India as a threat?

Speakers include:

• Hon. Nirmala Sitaraman, Minister of Commerce, India (via video/Skype)
• Hon. Jayant Sinha, Minister of State for Finance, India ((via video/Skype)
• Rt. Hon. Lord Francis Maude, Trade Minister, UK Government*
• Dr Subhas Chandra Garg, Executive Director, World Bank *
• Manoj Ladwa, CEO, India Inc.
• Richard Gubbins, Partner, Ashurst
• Anuj Chande, Partner, Grant Thornton
among others

The Venue:

Broadwalk House
5 Appold Street
London EC2A 2HA
United Kingdom

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India Inc. is carrying forward its Policy India Programme with the second annual Roundtable in London on 11 June 2015.

The Ease of Doing Business and Make in India exclusive event will be held in association with international law firm Ashurst and influential think tank India Foundation.

The roundtable will follow on from 2014 deliberations, which marked 'A New Dawn' as Narendra Modi took charge as India's Prime Minister. One of his central pledges was to raise India's perception ranking as a business-friendly country with the Make In India initiative moving on a parallel track.

The 2015 Roundtable will debate the various aspects of this enormous challenge, panelists will critically explore and assess the following issues in-depth:

• How is the Modi government looking to transform red tape into red carpet for business investment?
• What specific administrative & policy reforms have been undertaken so far and an assessment of their impact.
• Where do the real opportunities lie for foreign private sector firms around “Make In India”?
• What do stakeholders view as key challenges and bottlenecks that need to be addressed to ensure successful fruition of “Make in India”?
• Does the UK/EU perceive Make in India as a threat?

Speakers include:

• Hon. Nirmala Sitaraman, Minister of Commerce, India (via video/Skype)
• Hon. Jayant Sinha, Minister of State for Finance, India ((via video/Skype)
• Rt. Hon. Lord Francis Maude, Trade Minister, UK Government*
• Dr Subhas Chandra Garg, Executive Director, World Bank *
• Manoj Ladwa, CEO, India Inc.
• Richard Gubbins, Partner, Ashurst
• Anuj Chande, Partner, Grant Thornton
among others

The Venue:

Broadwalk House
5 Appold Street
London EC2A 2HA
United Kingdom

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