To foster closer trade and business relationships between Australia and India the Australia-India Women Entrepreneurs Forum (AIWEF), along with TaxPlanners, is organising a Networking Luncheon with the Vibrant Gujarat 2017 Delegation on July 31.
The main objective of this platform is to showcase the growing investment potential of India to Australia-based business owners, sole traders and entrepreneurs through the Government of India’s Vibrant Gujarat endeavour. Participants can meet and engage with a 15-strong delegation from Vibrant Gujarat, including Pankaj Kumar, Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation; Manjula Pooja Shroff, Chairperson, Karolex Foundation; Mahendra Patel, Chairman, Mamta Group; and Palak Sheth, Director of Planning and Development, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, and discover, first-hand, the numerous prospects and benefits of doing business on the Indian soil.
There will also be a panel discussion on “India-Australia: The Relationship of Mutual Benefit”, featuring Rohini Kappadath, Director of Cross-Border Business, Pitcher Partners, Australia, among others.
The Founder of AIWEF Nildhara Gadani, said, “At present, India offers numerous growth opportunities for businesses around the world that want to invest in the nation. I am confident that this networking event in Melbourne will enable Australian businesses to better understand India’s business environment. They can also find out the many advantages of participating in the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2017, often touted as the Davos of the East.”
Among supporters of the event include the Australia India Business Council.