Interactive workshop and consultationsIndia has opportunities in all sectors as it expands and develops. The expansion is set to accelerate with the new Modi governmanet and its recently unveiled programme for further rapid reforms aimed at creating jobs and boosting foreign investment. After a growth of 4.8% in 2013, the World Bank forecasts that India will grow by over 6% in the next 2 years and 7% in 2016.It is a price sensitive market, but there's a natural fit between th UK and India economies. UK companies offer goods, technology, services, and expertise in the areas that India has identified as critical for rapid economic development including: finance, infrastructure, energy efficiency, vocational skills, education and healthcare.
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This event will be held at Digital House, Stockton on Tees TS18 1LL
The Scottish Independence referendum and the prospect of a split in the union raises profound questions on how independence, or reform, could affect the North East economy.
Join us for a ‘view from across the border’ with Garry Clarke, Head of Policy and Research at the Scottish Chambers of Commerce. Garry has coordinated surveys on the Scottish referendum for the both SCC and the British Chambers of Commerce as well as engaging heavily with businesses across Scotland on the issue.Please note there is an NECC Exchange networking event taking place prior to this event at the same venue, registering for this Scottish Independence event does not register you to attend the morning event.
HR legislation is regularly introduced and amended making it important for those responsible for employee management to keep up to date.This event will take place at NECC, Durham