Conference: Technology transformation and new frontiers for collaboration


In the UK and India, deep technological-driven innovations have taken root across sectors, driving efficiencies in operations, new solutions connected to sustainability, citizen-centric service delivery, cross-border R&D partnerships between academia and industry, and more.

UKIBC’s Technology Transformation Conference brings together a high-level cohort of policymakers, leading industry members and knowledge experts to share experiences and perspectives on developing technology and technology-enabled solutions for innovative pathways towards stronger, more resilient trade and investment, sustainability and bilateral relations.

We are delighted to be hosting Professor Ajay Kumar Sood, Principal Scientific Adviser, Government of India as our Keynote Speaker at the Opening Plenary.

We are looking forward to hosting senior experts to share views on the technology ecosystem of the UK-India Corridor; including Lord Udny-Lister, Senior Adviser to Group Chairman, HSBC and Senior Adviser to former UK PM Boris Johnson, and industry speakers from leading British and Indian businesses. We will also be joined by Minister and Deputy High Commissioner to India at the British High Commission in India in New Delhi, Christina Scott.

To see a full list of all speakers and sessions, view our agenda here: Technology transformation and new frontiers for collaboration agenda.

The ‘2030 Roadmap for UK-India future relations’ shows both governments are committed to deepening and expanding bilateral tech collaboration in multiple sectors including AI, space, clean transportation/mobility, cybersecurity, that ultimately improves the lives and livelihoods of our citizens. UKIBC and our members have been strong advocates for such a partnership between our countries.

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