New Delhi to witness Indiaspora hosting G20 Forum from August 22 to 24


More than 200 diaspora leaders from 25 countries are expected to assemble and explore ways for contributing to India’s growth by the 100 years of independence.

Our Bureau

New Delhi, India

As a prelude to the 18th summit of the G20 nations, the US-based Indiaspora will be hosting a G20 Forum in New Delhi starting from August 22 to 24.

The G20 summit will be held at the redeveloped and swanky new Pragati Maidan Convention Center in New Delhi on September 9-10.

The venue for the Indiaspora gathering will be the Taj Mahal Hotel, bringing together significant voices from around the world to deliberate issues pertaining to foreign policy, financial inclusion, climate change, gender equality, healthcare, philanthropy, entrepreneurship, sports, trade, and investments.

“The Indiaspora G20 Forum presents an unparalleled opportunity to create a lasting impact on a global scale,” said the CEO of Indiaspora-India, Sreekumar Nair. “By convening this event we aim to drive tangible solutions that transcend boundaries and foster collaboration. This forum is a testament to the Indian diaspora’s collective commitment towards creating a positive change and leaving a meaningful legacy for generations to come,” added Nair.

“As India assumes the G20 presidency, the Indiaspora G20 Forum couldn’t have been planned at a more opportune moment,” said Sanjeev Joshipura, Executive Director of Indiaspora. “Indiaspora is assembling 200 diaspora leaders from 25 countries to see how we can contribute to India’s journey towards 100 years of independence. The Indian diaspora, working alongside prominent leaders in India, are committed to harnessing our collective strength to foster inclusive growth, sustainable development, and social progress, as India continues to assume its global leadership position,” added Joshipura.

Indiaspora is aiming to position this event as a collective voice of the Indian diaspora from all across the world. This event will feature a variety of plenary and breakout sessions, where leading voices of the Indian diaspora will discuss and spell out their plans to contribute towards the growth story of India by the 100th year of independence. The event will witness the presence of government officials, policymakers, businesspersons, entrepreneurs, accomplished sportspersons, inspiring artists, and dedicated philanthropists, all trying to develop a common vision for a better world.

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