By Maeeshat Desk,
Dubai / Mumbai, Sep 28: Mr. Danish Reyaz, Managing Director of Maeeshat Media Pvt. Ltd. and Editor-in-Chief of Maeeshat English monthly, attended the two-day India-UAE Strategic Conclave in Dubai. He was one of the special invitees to the business summit held at Al-Habtoor City in Dubai from 27-28 Sep.
On the sidelines of the conclave Mr. Danish Reyaz met various business leaders from India and UAE including Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Cabinet Member and Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, UAE. The summit was organized under the patronage and presence of Sheikh Nahyan. He also met Ashish Kumar Chauhan, MD & CEO of Bombay Stock Exchange.
The India-UAE business summit was supported by the Indian government’s flagship Make in India program. Its industry partner was UAE India Business Council (UIBC). Industry association partners were: Indian Business & Professional Council (IBPC), Indian Economic Trade Organisation (IETO), Asian-Arab Chamber of Commerce (AACC) and Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Maeeshat was among the media partners of the summit. Other media partners were Banking Finance (monthly journal), Infrastructure Today and Entrepreneur magazine.
The India-UAE business summit was held about two years after Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited UAE.
PM Modi’s visit to UAE (16-17 August 2015) was first by any Indian prime minister in the last 34 years. Held at the invitation of UAE’s Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Zayed AI Nahyan, PM’s visit had marked the “beginning of a new and comprehensive strategic partnership between India and UAE in a world of multiple transitions and changing opportunities and challenges.”
The Macro Agenda of this two-day conclave included: Public-Private Partnerships, Investment Development & Promotion, FDI Regulatory Frameworks, Decoding Sustainable, Impactful & Responsible Investment and Regional & Global Investor Support.
More than 400 business leaders from the two countries were expected to attend the two-day business summit which was aimed at expanding the India-UAE economic relations at large scale.
The Economic Times was the organizer of the business summit.