This webinar is presented by Akhil Shahani, Managing Director of The Shahani Group. The Shahani Group is one of India’s premier higher education groups with 100 years of experience in the education sector and operates 24 colleges across Mumbai. Akhil Shahani works closely with not only global education providers, but Recruiters and Industry Specialists and […]
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Richard Heald, OBE, Group CEO of UK India Business Council spoke with Shereen Bhan, Managing Editor of CNBC TV18, on the topics discussed at the UK-India CEO Forum. These included technology and technology collaborations; how can bilateral investments and trade improve in the context of Brexit; and data management protocols: how data can be captured, […]
Kevin McCole, COO of UK India Business Council spoke to WION TV on various areas of convergence between India and the UK related to trade, investment, and technological collaborations, and issues discussed at the CEO Forum. He elaborated on Visa recommendations from the last CEO Forum that were implemented by the government. He also touched […]
Shereen Bhan, Managing Editor, CNBC TV18, speaking with Richard Heald, OBE, Group CEO of UK India Business Council and Sir Dominic Asquith, KCMG, British High Commissioner to India, on opportunities for re-invigorating the UK-India relationship. Sir Dominic presented his opinion about the case of economic offenders, and the need for arbitration proceedings to take their […]
Leading Indian law firm Trilegal provides an overview of the key regulatory reforms that have aided India’s recent thirty place jump in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index. Follow the link below to read their overview.
UK India Business Council members agree that the Government of India’s new pharmaceutical policy is comprehensive and exhibits the right intention. A large component of this policy seems to have been directed towards access, affordability and quality improvement. The UKIBC and its members very much believe that the pharmaceutical sector in India can be a […]
During the past 10 years, the importance of bilateral economic relations between the UK and India have developed significantly. Currently, the UK of one of the largest investors in India just as India is one of the largest in the UK. This activity is facilitated and encouraged by constant active dialogue between the UK and […]
This webinar presents key findings from the FICCI Higher Education Summit which took place in New Delhi from 9 – 11 November, 2017. Tara Panjwani, Higher Education Sector Manager at the UK India Business Council, travelled to Delhi to participate in this annual event and found that it was an excellent knowledge exchange and networking […]
India’s population is the second largest in the world, but currently just under 2% of Indians travel overseas. With India’s economy expanding at 7% per annum, the potential of Indian tourism into the UK for the hospitality and entertainment industry, is enormous. In this webinar, experts build a picture of affluent Indian travellers, with facts […]
The ever-evolving compliance architecture is gradually aiming to strengthen the vigilant mindset of large corporations, transforming them to exert policies and procedures and to strengthen internal controls. Handling concerns raised by employees and third parties are essential to maintain the fabric of compliance and keep the reputation intact. In this recording, we will explore approaches […]
The Maternity Act 2017 (Amendment) received the President’s agreement on the 27 March 2017, and is now in force with effect from 1 April 2017. The key changes under the Amendment include increasing the maternity leave from 12 to 26 weeks subject to certain conditions, introducing adoption and surrogacy leave, option to work from home, […]