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India v China – Drinks Reception
Separated by the Himalayas, India and China have had little contact over the last thousand years. Incredibly, direct flights between the two giants only started in Protected content . Today, India and China are mentioned in the same breath in the west, and their economic rise is watched with both awe and trepidation. The postwar period witnessed economic miracles in Germany, Japan and South Korea, but their activities were never big enough to make global waves. By contrast, India and China, with one-third of the world population, have the human capital, dynamism and investment to produce seismic shifts in the global economy in the 21st century.
Over the next 10 years India and China will produce companies that will revolutionise most industrial sectors and become household names. Whilst most business executives are familiar with Tata, Infosys, Lenovo and Digital China Holdings, a raft of other companies is soon set to enter the western business consciousness. Understanding the comparative strengths, weaknesses and internal dynamics of Indian and Chinese businesses will be essential. The India v China event will examine the following:
- Which Indian and Chinese companies are set to become household names in UK and Europe ? – What are the strengths and weaknesses of Indian and Chinese companies ? – Which country will come out on top in the 21st century ? – How can UK and European companies benefit from the rise of India and China ? – What will be the jobs of the future in UK and Europe ?
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Come and join CEO’s, corporate executives, professionals, and the media from across UK, Europe, India and China for drinks, canapés and a networking reception.
Cost: Internations-Members £30
The ticket price includes drinks and canapes (wine, beer, soft drinks)
For further information and to register online for this event, please visit Protected content and click on the Guest Register button on the homepage. The number of attendees will be limited and acceptances are on a first come first served basis. All major credit/debit cards are accepted. When payment has been successfully made, you will receive a confirmation email from Pay Pal and your name will be automatically added to the attendee list. Demand for this event will be high. YOU ARE ADVISED TO REGISTER EARLY. (If you are purchasing a ticket for someone else, please add their name and company details in the Comments section on the payment form or send an email to Protected content with this information. This is for the purpose of name badges.)
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+91’s membership is a global network of top Indian CEO’s, corporate executives and professionals, moving across continents to transact business. Protected content are designed to facilitate an exchange of ideas, encourage entrepreneurship and promote business links by building strong relationships between European and Indian business leaders in a wide range of sectors.
Membership is open to everyone interested in international business. The name “+91” represents not only the international telephone dialling code and therefore unique identifier for India, but also symbolises the growing numbers of people who want to connect with India.
+91 has succeeded in attracting the most high profile speakers from the worlds of business, media, sport and politics. Previous speakers have included:
Tom Purves, CEO, Rolls-Royce; Willie Walsh, CEO, British Airways; Lord Neil Kinnock, Vice-President, European Commission; Rt Hon Michael Howard QC, MP; Michael Wood, BBC Broadcaster; Yamini Mehta, Head of Indian Art, Christie’s; Brent Hoberman, CEO , lastminute. com; Mihir Bose, BBC Sports Editor; Ian Ayre, Commercial Director, Liverpool FC; Robert Elstone, CEO, Everton FC; Peter Luff MP, Chairman, House of Commons, Trade and Industry Select Committee; John Makinson, Chairman and CEO, Penguin Books; Jaideep Prabhu, Nehru Professor of Indian Business and Enterprise, Cambridge University; Ian Louden, Global Head of Brand, ArcelorMittal; Manchester United legend Brian McClair; Aram Shishmanian, CEO, World Gold Council; amongst many others.
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