Asia Market Update Series Online Seminar: India


Online seminar

COVID-19 has disrupted usual patterns of business. This is an opportunity for Australian businesses to hear from experts about how they can stay informed and up-to-date about the changing business landscape and to prepare and engage with Asia.

This series provides an opportunity to:

  • Gain insight on country specific trends, issues and potential opportunities
  • Network with experts and other business leaders


In the report An India Economic Strategy To 2035[1] to the Australian Government, Peter Varghese AO states it is an ambitious plan to transform Australia's economic partnership with India.

With more growth opportunities for Australian businesses than any other market, Australian exports to India could grow from $14.9 billion in 2017 to around $45 billion by 2035. With a focus on 10 sectors and 10 states, the India Economic Strategy is a highly focused strategy. The education sector has been identified as the flagship sector.

A transformational expansion of the Australia-India economic relationship could also see outward Australian investment to India rise from $10.3 billion to over the $100 billion in the same period.

This event will provide expert insights into the following:

  • India economic strategy and relationship with peak associations
  • E-Commerce and India’s appetite for high-quality imports
  • How India might support its projected growth and the relationship with Australian investors

Moderated by Mukund Narayanamurti, Chief Executive Officer, Asialink Business

Guest speakers include:

Tarandeep Singh Ahuja, Partner, McKinsey & Company

Mary Manning, Portfolio Manager, Ellerston Capital Limited

Ravneet Pawha, Global Deputy Vice President and CEO (South Asia) - Deakin University Australia

Registrations close 5pm, Monday June 1. Visit the Asialink Business site for more details.