In Adelaide, Australia, the global think-tank Horasis will host it’s annual India Meeting on November 26-27, which will feature a number of European leaders as key speakers. Founded by Dr. Frank Jürgen-Richter in 2005, Horasis has become a leading forum for discussion and knowledge sharing between developed and emerging markets. 

Speakers from Europe include: 

Sanjay Viswanathan, Chairman of Adi Partners, United Kingdom

Mahesh M Gandhi, President of AFII Capital, Germany

Murat Seitnepesov, Chairman of the Integral Group Switzerland

Victor Guixer, Managing Partner, Guixer & Partners, Spain

Over the course of the two day conference, over 300 of Horasis’ most senior members will gather to discuss world leaders can collaborate to overcome critical economic and geopolitcal problems faced by societies and businesses today.

“In the face of environmental and economic challenges met by the Indo-Pacific region, the time has come for its leaders to assemble, with the prospering city of Adelaide being the center for this dialogue,” said Horasis Founder and Chairman Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter in a statement. 

“Only by working together will we be able to inspire our future, and address unprecedented environmental and economic challenges,” added the executive.

The India Meeting in a period of several keybusiness and governmental challenges across the regions, with friction between China and the U.S. over the latter’s proposal for Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) members to incorporate sustainability and inclusivity into their trade and investment policies.

Additionally, in the wake of the U.K.’s post-Brexit agreed trade pact the Asia Pacific region earlier this year, which synergies and collaborations could we see the conference bear fruit?

The European leaders at Horasis India Meeting will be part of a high-level gathering of politicians, CEOs and senior representatives from some of the world’s most respected organizations.