Trade and Investment Conference

The Ireland India Council endeavours to facilitate Indian investment in Ireland and Irish investment in India. While India is the world’s largest democracy and a significant global market-place, Ireland is strategically positioned in the European Union. To encourage trade between both the countries, Ireland India Council is hosting a major investment conference on 17th March 2021 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon GMT.

This conference aims to encourage the formation of personal relations which would lead to economic cooperation between small, medium, commercial and service businesses. In a post Brexit, post COVID world, the importance of trade and tourism is immense. This event provides a platform for attendees from across the globe to connect with like-minded businesses. The conference will be held virtually which has the added benefit of garnering connections from the comfort of your own home or offices. This event will highlight the latest developments, trends, innovations and best practice in Indo-Irish trade and provide a forum for companies in both countries to discuss the opportunities and key challenges in a post-Brexit post-Covid world.

Delegates will benefit from the opportunity to enlarge their networking circle and forge bonds with entrepreneurship in Ireland and India. They will also gain knowledge about potential business opportunities from distinguished speakers who are experts in their respective fields.

Attending this conference will enable attendees to:

  1. Identify key companies and service providers at opposite corners of the world
  2. Pitch ideas to interested entrepreneurs
  3. Share good practice and learn from each other’s experience
  4. Receive company details
    Connect with experts to find new business opportunities
  5. Excellent networking opportunity.

Who can attend

Investors
Entrepreneurs
Bankers
Funds Managers
Financial Institutions
Educational Institutions
Tour Operators
Pharmaceutical Companies

 

 

Agenda

  1. Opportunities in trade, tourism and energy sector.
  2. Openings in the service sector.
  3. An essential supporting structure for business relocation between India and Ireland.
  4. Investment opportunities in the medical education and pharmaceutical sector.