This November 26-27 Horasis India Meeting, the annual gathering of political and technology leaders from India and across the globe, will be hosted in Australia.
The focus of this year’s conference will be on furthering the connections between Indian innovators to explore new ventures, using Adelaide as hub to invest in Australia and the Asia-Pacific, with speakers including Nick Champion, Minister for Trade and Investment, South Australia; Jane Lomax-Smith, Lord Mayor, City of Adelaide; Rajive Kaul, Chairman, Nicco Group; Past President, CII, India; Richard Rekhy, Entrepreneur, Board Member and Former CEO of KPMG in India; The Hon Martin Hamilton-Smith, Former Minister of South Australia for Trade and Investment, Australia, and more.
Horasis is an independent international organization dedicated to inspiring the future of the world. The organization hosts annual meetings to advance solutions to the most critical challenges facing corporations today.
Leaders at the conference this week will include Barry O’Farrell, Former Premier of New South Wales; Hendri Mentz, Managing Director for South Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania, Deloitte; Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington AO, Acting Vice Chancellor, University of South Australia; Vinod Kumar W., President, India SME Forum, and more.
The global community will also be making its presence felt, which include names from United States such as Arun Sharma, President, Grovepike Associates and Jitesh Shetty, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Credible ESG, among others.
More information on the conference can be found here.
Co-hosted by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the Government of South Australia, the 14th version of the annual summit will take place in Adelaide. Some of the functions will be attended by high-ranking Indian politicians and other public figures.
The annual Horasis India Meeting has become the foremost gathering of Indian business leaders and their global counterparts. With this meeting, Horasis offers corporate and government officials the ability to discuss a wide range of issues related to the Indian economy.