The annual Indo-European Business Forum (IEBF) meeting, held in the House of Lords complex, honoured entrepreneurs and business disruptors from India and Europe who have been striving towards sustainable growth. As part of its primary goal of strengthening a collaborative path between India, the UK, and other European countries, the 2023 IEBF event on Tuesday evening, with the topic of "Unicorns and Sustainable Development", was designed to increase commercial opportunities in the global economy.
In addition to Max Garza, Chief Blockchain Officer, Faction AI, who won the Disruptor of the Year award, other winners included Biswanath Patnaik, Founder of FinNest Group, who won the Social Entrepreneur of the Year award, Sudha Reddy, Chairperson of Sudha Reddy Foundation, who won the Female Entrepreneur of the Year award, and Alexandra Sasha, First Deputy to the Danish Parliament, for her work in the areas of sustainability and Europe-India partnerships.
Sasha, who recently came from a trip to India, said, "I'm actually quite proud to say that Denmark and India have signed the Green Strategic Partnership, and since then, we've been collaborating on renewable energy, offshore wind, food processing, water, and different things." "There I truly saw the steps of sustainability among the people even though I come from one of the most sustainable and innovative countries, Denmark, I really truly saw climate consciousness in the villages in India," she explained.
Parliamentarians, businesspeople, and policymakers all attended the House of Lords event, which also featured virtual speeches from G.P. Hinduja, the CEO of the Hinduja Group, and Pramod Sawant, the Chief Minister of Goa. No alliance in the world of trade is growing more quickly than that between India and the UK, two nations that are about to sign a historic free trade agreement (FTA). The rest of Europe is similarly important to India, and the Indo-European Business Forum has been striving to develop these numerous connections since 2007, according to IEBF founder Vijay Goel.
The two cities in the world with the fastest developing IT centres are Bangalore, India, and London, UK. Thus, Paul Scully, the UK Minister for Technology, continued, We have the same appetite for growth, development of technology infrastructure, and its attendant ecosystem.