Indiaspora co-hosted a US-India-Israel Business Forum on November 13, Monday, in the San Francisco Bay Area at GSVlabs, 585 Broadway, Redwood City, California. The day-long, invitation-only summit was held in conjunction with the Indian and Israeli Consulates, the US-India Business Council (USIBC), and the American Jewish Committee (AJC), among other supporting organizations.
The event promoted trilateral business opportunities, with a specific focus on the following areas:
The morning session at the event featured a pitch competition with startups presenting their business ideas to a panel of judges, which included Indiaspora Patron Raju Reddy. The afternoon session comprised of panel discussions on various topics like technological collaboration and diaspora/community alliances among the three countries.
This represents a continuation of our leadership in furthering trilateral relations between the three nations. As most of you know, Indiaspora took a delegation of our members to Israel in July 2017, coinciding with Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi’s historic visit to that country. Subsequently, Indiaspora Staff Director Sanjeev Joshipura spoke at a trilateral event in Fairfax County, Virginia, promoting commercial and business ties.
There is limited number of seats available at this event, so if you plan on attending, we encourage you to please register at your earliest, even before the final agenda is available. Please visit here to register. There is no cost to attend.