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Advance Emerging Leaders India Summit 2010
3 - 4 May 2010
The Oberoi, New Delhi
Watch videos of the Summit [here]
India and Australia
India and Australia are playing an integral role in the significant change our world is undergoing. India, the largest parliamentary democracy, will be the world's third-largest economy by 2025. India has become Australia’s sixth largest export market, and second only to China in terms of GDP growth. With nearly 500 million people aged under 30 and a median age of 24 years, it is the only country in the world with a declining age-dependency ratio. The country’s rapid growth and increasingly outward-looking economy are opening up further partnership opportunities in the broader region.
The Advance Emerging Leaders Summit in New Delhi brought together Advance's Australian expatriate and alumni networks in India along with our emerging leaders, to inspire creative strategies, tackle key challenges and opportunities and forge stronger relationships between India and Australia.
The Summit explored:
Australia’s future depends on our ability to engage constructively and effectively with our diverse neighbours. The Summit presented an unprecedented opportunity to connect with our dynamic, entrepreneurial diaspora, and focused on core interests in Australia's critical future relationship with India.
Mr Ken Allen AM
Mr Doug Elix AO
Mr David Anstice
Retired Executive Vice President, Merck & Co., Inc.
Dame Dr Bridget Ogilvie
DBE, FRS, Trustee, Cancer Research UK
Mr Bob Joss
Mrs Josephine Linden
Retired Partner, Goldman Sachs
Mr Peter Lowy
Mr Michael Hintze
Mr Jeremy Philips
Executive Vice President Office of the Chairman, News Corporation
Mr Tony Surtees
Mr Robert Rankin