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Mark Hauptmann
Member of the German Parliament
H.E. Mukta Dutta Tomar Ambassador of India to the Federal Republic of Germany
H.E. Mukta Dutta Tomar
Ambassador of India to the Federal Republic of Germany

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

Germany and India are natural partners with regard to future development in investment and trade, as well as innovation in both directions. Already today, Germany is India’s most important trade partner within the EU and the sixth most important trade partner worldwide. The upcoming Brexit will increase Germany’s importance as India’s gateway to Europe in the future.

It is our sincere pleasure to invite you to the 3rd Indo-German Business-Dialogue on June 13, 2018 in the Embassy of India Berlin. The event builds bridges between German and Indian know-how and promotes mutual exchange between Germany and India, as well as an ever closer economic and political cooperation. Organized with the support of esteemed partners such as the Indian Embassy, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation (KAS), the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK), the German Asia-Pacific Business Association (OAV) and the Bertelsmann Foundation, the Indo-German Business Dialogue gives participating companies the opportunity to form new business ties and to engage with politicians. In the exclusive venue of the Indian Embassy in Berlin, Indian and German business representatives will meet with decision makers from parliament, ministries, and the diplomatic corps.

We look forward to an evening full of exciting conversations and a lively and inspiring exchange.

Sincerely

Mark Hauptmann
Member of the German Parliament


H.E. Mukta Dutta Tomar

Ambassador of India to the Federal Republic of Germany

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Partners of the event 2018

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Premium Partner

Wipro

Partner

 Ostasiatischer Verein e.V.
KAS
DIHK
KAS
MTU

Program 2018

  • 4 pm - Admission to the premises of the Indian Embassy

  • 5 pm - Opening of the Event and Welcome Remarks

    Mark Hauptmann

    Member of the German Parliament

    H.E. Mukta Dutta Tomar
    Ambassador of India to the Federal Republic of Germany

    Master of Ceremonies:

    Lakshmi Lalita Mohan
    Head & Representative Germany,
    Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)

  • 5.25 pm - Keynote Speech
    "India and Germany – Partners for innovation"

    Dr. Gerd Müller
    Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development

  • 5.40 pm - Panel Discussion
    "Mastering a digital future together"

    Moderator:

    Murali Nair
    Senior Project Manager, Program Germany and Asia, Bertelsmann Stiftung

    Guests:

    Jan Ehlen
    Deputy Dept. Manager, Government and External Affairs Asia, BMW Group

    Salil Singhal
    Chairman and Managing Director, PI Industries

    Mukul Dhyani
    Country Head, Wipro Germany and Switzerland

    Dr. Caroline King
    Director, International Government Relations, SAP SE

    Fabian Weingart
    Director, TII INDIA Pvt. Ltd.

  • 6.40 pm - Cultural Performance

    Kuchipudi-Presentation
    Traditional dance from India by Shebana Devi Mangold

  • 6.50 pm - Closing Remarks

    Peter Rimmele
    Resident Representative India, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

  • 7 pm - Get-together

  • Approximately 10 p.m. end of the event.
    Participation in the event is free.
    A translation of the contributions is available in German and English.

Our Guests 2018


  • Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Head & Representative Germany, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
  • Country Head, Wipro Germany and Switzerland
  • Deputy Dept. Manager, Government and External Affairs Asia, BMW Group
  • Chairman and Managing Director, PI Industries
  • Senior Project Manager, Programm Deutschland und Asien, Bertelsmann Stiftung
  • Resident Representative India, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
  • Director, International Government Relations, SAP SE
  • Director, TII INDIA Pvt. Ltd.

Directions


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By car


You can reach the Indian Embassy in Berlin by numerous long-distance routes. Detailed information can be found here: Way to the Indian Embassy in Berlin.
The entrance of the Indian Embassy Berlin is located in Tiergartenstraße 17, 10785 Berlin.

By train


You can also reach the Indian Embassy with various railway connections and local public transport.

For further information, please visit: BVG and bahn.de.

Parking


There are no parking facilities in the embassy area for security reasons. However, you can park your vehicle in the adjacent side streets. Ample parking space is located in the Tiefgarage Potsdamer Platz, Ludwig-Beck-Straße, 10785 Berlin.

Please keep your identity card and the invitation ready to pass security checks at the venue and to gain access to the premises.

On the evening of the event, an information telephone is available for questions or problems:

+49 (0) 30/2277 2571