UK – India Business Summit

The UK-India Business Summit will be taking place in the House of Commons on the 29th May 2019. The purpose of the summit includes sharing insights and thoughts on leadership between the UK and India partnership. For those who are thinking of doing business along the UK-India corridor or want to learn about new and exciting opportunities as well as networking with inspiring individuals, then this is the event to attend. Manish Tiwari was asked to speak at the event with his extensive knowledge on diversity and ethnic importance between the UK and India in regards to business relations.

The Business Group have confirmed the panel which include business leaders, global investors, policy makers and leading academics. Keynote speakers including Lord Patel Bradford OBE, MS Nusrat Ghani MP, H.E. Mr Crispin Simon CBE and H.E. Mr Charanjeet Singh, Deputy High Commissioner of India will be in attendance. The panel has recently been announced which you can view below.

Trade and Investment panel
  • Sherina Petit, Partner & Head of India Practise at Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Professor Prajapati Trivedi, Senior Director at Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Lesley Batchelor OBE, Director General of Institute of Export & International Trade
  • Sherina Petit, Partner & Head of India Practise at Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Mr Loknath Mishra, Managing Director & CEO of ICICI Bank UK PLC
  • Mohit Goel, Chief Executive Officer at Omaxe Limited
Innovation and Technology panel
  • Dr Mohan Kaul, Chairman of Pontaq UK India Innovation Fund
  • Simon Spier, Head of International Trade at Tech UK
  • Jim Bligh, Director of Corporate Affairs for UK & Ireland at Tata Consultancy Services
  • Dr Ian Campbell, Interim Executive Chair at Innovate UK
  • Aji Issac Matthew, CEO at Indus Net TechShu Digital Pvt Limited
Arts, Culture and Sports panel
  • Manish Tiwari, Managing Director of Here and Now 365
  • Mike Vidler, Head of India Bilateral Team at Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • Shabana Azmi, Actress, Social Activist & President of Mijwan Welfare Society
  • Tom Harrison, CEO of England & Wales Cricket Board