Make in India: Strengthening bilateral trade

Published: 1 December 2016

The Senate Publishing team were honoured to attend the Make in India and IEBF Excellence Awards 2016 of Indo European Business Forum (IEBF) event, at the historical Lords Cricket Ground. 

IEBF are an independent body who actively promote the two-way flow of trade and investment between India, the UK and EU member countries. The not-for-profit governmental organisation aims to nurture bilateral business, by building relationships between industrial, service and business communities between member nations

The ‘Make in India’ event honoured the exceptional contributions from eminent personalities covering multiple sectors. Lord David Evans, Senate Publishing’s Chairman, Caroline Minshell, CEO, and Head of Partnerships, Alex Karnaos were in formidable company throughout the evening. The Chief Guest for the evening was Ms. Anupriya Patek, MOS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Business leaders from The Hinduja Group, Vedanta Resources, Indorama Corporation also convened alongside politicians and professionals from the EU and India.

The event reflected on the natural trade partnership between the UK and India, championing our shared political, social, economic and cultural bond throughout history. A bond that will only grow in strength as improved trade relations accelerate economic growth and development. 

CEO, Caroline Minshell comments, "We are honoured to be a part of ‘Make in India’ and wholeheartedly support the ambitious vision is represents. A vision that has collaboration, community and opportunity at it’s core, is a vision we can stand firmly alongside."  

Senate Publishing’s upcoming title India at 70: A new era of partnership comes at crucial time for trade relations, and will be published in May 2017. To find out more about the initiative, click here.