Brexit Britain Meets Global India
The 5th Annual UK-India Leadership Conclave, from 20-21 June 2018, is the landmark event for growing and developing the UK and India’s strategic relationship. The Leadership Conclave will address the growing need for innovation and adaptation in bilateral relations, staging a wide variety of dynamic discussions and symposia, from unmissable VIP keynote addresses to invaluable informal networking opportunities.
India is one of the fastest-growing economies being transformed under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and the UK, one of the most prosperous nations sitting at a crossroads after its decision to exit the European Union – the time is now to redefine the UK-India relationship into a strategic, global partnership that will lead the international agenda.
The UK-India Leadership Conclave will address the growing need for innovation and adaptation in bilateral relations, staging a wide variety of dynamic discussions and symposia, from unmissable VIP keynote addresses to invaluable informal networking opportunities.
The Leadership Conclave will bring together the most influential figures in business, politics, diplomacy, culture, arts and media for a two-day residential retreat at the historic and picturesque Latimer House in Buckinghamshire, creating a catalyst for new trade opportunities and an exchange for inspiring fresh thinking and partnerships.
Network extensively with industry leaders
Who will be attending?
150 SENIOR DECISION MAKERS AND OPINION FORMERS
LEADING POLITICAL PERSONALITIES AND PUBLIC FIGURES
C-SUITE BUSINESS LEADERS
DIRECTOR LEVEL EXECUTIVES FROM INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
TOP PROFESSIONALS FROM CONSULTANCY, LAW, AND ACCOUNTANCY FIRMS
HIGH-PROFILE MEMBERS OF THE INDIAN DIASPORA
Watch this space for updates on this year’s VIP speaker line up.
Last year’s speakers at the Leadership Conclave and Awards included UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and India’s Minister for Road Transport, Highways & Shipping, Nitin Gadkari MP, and Hon Piyush Goyal MP, India’s then Minister for Power, Coal, Mines, New & Renewable Energy.