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Indian investment in the UK

We recently launched our 2021 India meets Britain Tracker, identifying the contribution that Indian companies make to the UK economy. You can catch up by watching the webinar recording on demand at any time. 

On 22 April, business leaders in the UK and India attended the launch of our India meets Britain Tracker report, developed in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry. Our special guests shared insights on the latest trends in Indian investment in the UK, as well as the evolving scale, business activities, locations and performance of the Indian-owned companies who are making the biggest impact in the country.

Our special guests included:

  • Lord Grimstone of Boscobel, Minister for Investment at Department for International Trade and Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy 
  • Gaitri Issar Kumar, High Commissioner of India to the UK
  • Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, Confederation of Indian industry 
  • Amit Kapur, Head, UK & Ireland, Tata Consultancy Services
  • Jai Shroff, Global CEO, UPL Limited

India meets Britain Tracker report

The past year has brought significant international and domestic challenges for companies in both countries, but this has only demonstrated the extensive scope for collaboration. Indian companies are continuing to invest in the UK and, as the tracker shows, it looks like the future will bring even more opportunities. You can find out more by reading our analysis of the India meets Britain Tracker 2021, which delivers strong evidence of an enduring partnership. 

Download the India meets Britain tracker 2021

If you would like to discuss any aspect of the tracker or find out more about our work with Indian companies investing in the UK, contact Anuj Chande or Chandru Iyer.

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India meets Britain Tracker 2021 How are Indian companies performing in the UK?
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