UK-India Week to be held in June 2018 at London, Buckinghamshire

The UK-based India Inc has announced it will be holding the UK-India Week from June 2018 19 to 22, packed with a series of events that will see the participation of key players within the UK-India bilateral relationship.

The fifth annual UK-India conclave residential retreat at a breath-taking venue in Buckinghamshire – the De Vere Latimer Estate
The fifth annual UK-India conclave residential retreat at a breath-taking venue in Buckinghamshire – the De Vere Latimer Estate. Photo courtesy: India Inc

Themed "At a Global Crossroads," the event programmes will be held in London and Buckinghamshire. This exclusive, by-invitation-only event is slated to bring together a high-level audience of decision-makers and opinion formers.

The audience will include senior corporate leaders both from Indian and UK companies, senior corporate and investment bankers, partners and senior professionals from well-regarded global/UK companies with India focused practices, senior representatives from law firms, consultancy firms along with accountants, other professional advisors Senior stakeholders from international organisations, and senior bureaucrats from Centre and state governments

The fifth annual UK-India conclave residential retreat at a breath-taking venue in Buckinghamshire – the De Vere Latimer Estate – on June 20 and 21, 2018. The two-day event is designed to provide an inside track on the UK-India relationship with high-profile speakers from both countries giving keynote speeches. The participants will also be able to develop strong connections with over 150 senior delegates at this exclusive event with ample opportunities to network throughout the day and an exclusive ‘themed’ dinner for guests.

High Commissioner of India to the UK, Y K Sinha(front row, fifth from left) at a recent India Inc event.
High Commissioner of India to the UK, Y K Sinha (front row, fifth from left) at a recent India Inc event. Photo courtesy: India Inc

On June 19 there will be 'The High Commissioners’ Cup', power networking meets and a full day of golf to kick-start the UK-India Week 2018. This event is designed for the reinvigorated Commonwealth community. Players of all abilities are invited.

On June 20 and 21 there will be UK-India Annual Conclave 2018. Two-days of debate and dialogue between the best minds will be held to identify opportunities in the UK-India relationship post-Brexit. This invitation only event will be held in a luxurious retreat in the heart of beautiful Buckinghamshire.

UK-India Awards 2018 will be on June 22, an exclusive, black-tie and invitation-only event. The Awards celebrate a galaxy of stars within the UK-India relationship. Hosted once again at a prestigious central London venue, this is billed to be the event of the year.

On the last day, the list of 100 Most Influential in UK-India Relations will be released.  The 2018 list will prove to be even more incisive and informative about the ‘movers and shakers’ in both countries. The popular list of key influencers that enrich and make the UK-India relationship tick will be unveiled at the UK-India Awards.

Manoj Ladwa Founder & CEO, India Inc
Manoj Ladwa Founder & CEO, India Inc

According to a statement released by Manoj Ladwa, Founder and CEO, India Inc, the fifth Annual UK-India conclave comes at a time when the world continues to remain in flux – with economic uncertainty, political upheaval, and continuing questions around Brexit and its implications on the UK and partners such as India.

The 2018 conclave will be a unique two-day residential retreat at Buckinghamshire on June 20 and 21, preceding our UK-India Awards in London on 22 June 2018. “At a Global Crossroads” will be the theme of the Conclave, which will provide the inside track on UK-India relations with high-profile attendees from both countries. They will assess and debate the state of the relationship and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.

Author
Pradeep Rana
Pradeep Rana – Senior Correspondent

Pradeep Rana has worked as a journalist with news ​agencies UNI and PTI, newspapers Indian Express and The Times Of India, and television channel NHK as South Asia Correspondent. He has also worked as Media Analyst at US Embassy, and edited several magazines and a medical handbook.

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