German-Indian Business Forum 2019 – Manufacturing Excellence & Sustainability

17. September 2019, München

Two Countries - Countless Opportunities: India will be the 3rd largest economy of the world till 2030, according to the International Monetary Fund. The economic ties between Germany and India are stronger than ever before and  mutual business is growing rapidly.

Therefore, the GDIZ - German-Indian Association, the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy, the City of Munich along with the OAV as one of the institutional partners, invite you to be part of the German-Indian Business Forum 2019. The Forum will focus on ‘Manufacturing Excellence & Sustainability’. It is a platform for high-ranking decision makers from the areas of business, politics and administration to confer on matters of mutual interest. Join us in leveraging potential by building and maintaining new and sustainable relationships between Germany and India.

We would like to draw your attention to one of the key events during the Forum, the German-Indian Business Conference.

Speakers include:
•    Ambassador Walter Lindner
•    Sugandh Rajaram, Consul General of India, Munich
•    Guenter Butschek, CEO, TATA Motors
•    Vivek Bhatia, CEO, ThyssenKrupp Industries, India
•    Deepak Bagla, CEO, Invest India
•    Markus Beumer, Board Member, UniCredit
•    Georg Sparschuh, CEO, Schott Glass, India   
•    Holger Frank, Head of International Center Germany, UniCredit

For further information about the German-Indian Business Conference, please click here. You can find the brochure in the Downloads section.

Register online here. Please note that for each event and activity taking place during the German-Indian Business Forum 2019 a separate registration is necessary.The number of seats is limited. You will receive an e-mail once your participation is confirmed. Only confirmed participants can attend the events.

The entry fee for the German-Indian Business Conference is €150 (early bird fee valid till 31.07.2019, €180 after 31.07.2019).