The second edition of the ‘Ideas For India’ conference will bring together business, industry and policy leaders from the UK, Europe and India to discuss the next wave of India’s growth as an economy and a nation.
This event is the place to engage in high level discussions on the New India. As India grows, the conference will be focused on driving new trade and investment conversations about India, and showcasing the huge economic opportunity the country offers to foreign investors.
Until recently, business, foreign policy and social issues occupied distinct spaces. The convergence of dialogue, engagement and collaboration between business, government, civil society and Indian diaspora has blurred the lines between each.
Our conference operates at their convergence, helping drive conversations in a unique, inclusive and focused forum.
We have senior Ministerial attendance from both the UK and India, with 500+ guests over the two days, including over 100 from India.
400+ attendees. 100+ foreign delegates. 10+ countries represented.
Part of the inaugural India Week.
10+ sessions. 2 days.
India is vast and heterogenous. So everything about India, and its polar opposite, can be true in unison. If you’re interested in the direction India is taking and see its importance on a global stage, this is the conference for you.
“The country will provide a compelling opportunity [in the coming decade] in a world starved of growth. The most important change domestically is the shift in policy approach away from redistribution and towards boosting investment and growth.” Source: Financial Times.
“India’s biggest conglomerate, Tata Sons, is taking the world’s biggest bet on India, investing $90bn domestically.” Source: The Economist.
“Yet setting aside its nationalist rhetoric, the Modi government’s approach and objectives abroad are remarkably similar to its predecessors.” Source: The Economist.
“The intimidation of India’s 200 million Muslims is hiding in plain sight.” Source: The Guardian.
Some of our proposed Agenda topics:
- India’s growth as a major geopolitical power
- The world’s economic growth engine
- India’s coming decade of economic outperformance
- India’s digital stack: Driving digital innovation and inclusivity
- The next big global sports market
- Media freedom and the fourth estate
- Leading the world in renewable energy
- Bilateral UK-India relations
- State vs Centre: Policymaking challenges in India
Watch the event summary from the inaugural Ideas for India in 2022:
India Week 2023
The conference is part of a wider India Week during 7-12 May 2023, including:
- 7-8 May: CEOs Golf Retreat
- 9 May: Education Innovation Conference and Education Leaders’ Awards
- 11 May: Ideas for India conference, Parliament Dinner and Awards
- 12 May: Ideas for India conference, Black-tie Celebration Dinner
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About the event
What is the agenda for this event?
Please find the agenda by clicking on “Agenda” at the top of this page. The event will primarily be held at a prestigious central London venue. Full details are provided to confirmed delegates.
Who will be attending?
This event is aimed at CxOs and senior decision-makers. We will have over 600 attendees over the week from sectors such as: policy and government, technology, AI, energy, automotive, banking, professional services, sustainability solutions, trade associations, venture capital, academia, civil society and more.
Where will the event take place?
The event will primarily be held at a prestigious central London venue. Full details are provided to confirmed delegates.
Can I apply to be a Speaker?
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Visiting from abroad
I am from India and I wish to attend this event. How can I sign up and be a part of the delegation?
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Do you have preferential room rates available?
Yes, we have preferential room rates for confirmed delegates at the event venue. These are available only to ticket-holders.
Do you provide visa invitation letters?
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