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“Make in India” seminar at Leeds University Business School
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“Make in India” seminar at Leeds University Business School

 
A “Make in India” seminar was organised by the Consulate General of India, Birmingham in association with Yorkshire Asian Business Association and James E. Lynch India and South Asia Business Centre on 26th April, 2016 at Leeds University Business School, Leeds. About one hundred business professionals, representatives of UK companies, UK-India Business Council, UK Trade & Investment, academicians etc. attended the event. Dr. Virander Paul, Deputy High Commissioner of India, London and Prof. Peter J Buckley, OBE, Founder of James E. Lynch India and South Asia Business Centre co-chaired the seminar.
 
Dr. Paul spoke of the transformational changes in macro-economic factors of Indian Economy and highlighted the inherent strength of the Indian economy and its distinct advantages over other emerging markets. Mr. B.C. Pradhan, Consul (Commerce), CGI, Birmingham made a power-point presentation on “Advantage India – The UK - India Business Prospects”. Mr. Steve Toogood, Director, UK-India Business Council, Manchester spoke of the positive impacts of the reforms undertaken by the Government of India in the recent years and investment potential of the flagship programs. Mr. Simon Bedford, UKTI, Leeds advised UK businesses about the Indian business environment and business culture. Mr. Chris Woodhead of Advanced Actuators shared his company's experience of working in India. Dr. Surender Munjal, Director, James E. Lynch India and South Asia Business Centre co-ordinated and anchored the seminar.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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