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Netherlands Post Brexit
Is Brexit happening? Setting up a Netherlands base post-Brexit

In a sign of growing anxiety in Britain about the prospect of a no-deal departure from the EU, many companies are moving to the Netherlands to avoid the disturbances being caused by Brexit. Headlines like these are becoming more common: Brexit: Netherlands talking to 250…

bioConclave2019
bioConclave 2019 : AI is disrupting healthcare in India

BANGALORE, 15 October: The inaugural bioConclave event in India saw more than 150 delegates from the top hospitals, medtechs, medical associations and government gather in Bangalore to discuss how Indian healthcare can leapfrog in quality, access and affordability, with the use of new technologies and greater…

UK-India Trade
The official bilateral UK-India Trade Review: An analysis

Earlier today, Unearthed released a copy of the official bilateral UK-India Trade Review, prepared for Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) on 11 January 2018. The document has been described as a key text for the new UK-India trade partnership announced in April at the…

UK-India Trade
Outlook for UK-India trade post Brexit positive, in spite of clouds

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. As Brexiteers celebrated a wholly unexpected result the morning after the Brexit vote, the country was supposed to free itself the shackles of the European Union and go forth and trade with the rest of the world like…

clinical research
Putting the patient at the centre of clinical research

The increasing use of RWD – Real World Data – is being driven by legislators, regulators and pricing bodies across the world. They are increasingly requiring companies and health systems to demonstrate the true real-world value and impact of their treatments, pathways, devices, and medications…

Where will the UK’s post-Brexit trade come from?
Where will the UK’s post-Brexit trade come from?

A relationship that started in 1972 after a year of negotiations between Britain’s Conservative prime minister Edward Heath and European leaders, embarked on its formal demise on 23 June 2016, when 51.9% of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. One of the…

Implications of Brexit on India-UK economic relations
What Brexit means for India-UK economic relations

The UK is leaving Europe. A relationship that started in 1972 after a year of negotiations between the Conservative Prime Minister Edward Heath and European leaders, started its formal demise on 23 June 2016, when 51.9% of the country voted to leave. The vote showed…

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India is missing a huge export opportunity in education

The Association of Indian Universities’ annual survey of international students in India last month made for sober reading. While India has 30,423 international students in its universities, a fall from the previous year, China has nearly 450,000 and is anticipated to grow at more than…

EPG has taken steps to extend co-operation with EDUGILD

Start-up EDUGILD and Economic Policy Group (EPG) London have agreed on a  joint effort to intensify their cooperation on scaling up Edtech startups from India to Europe. This platform will not only formalise regular discussions between EDUGILD and EPG on the design and implementation of start-up programmes in…

Harriet Fear CEO One Nucleus
Press Release: Partnerships built between Indian and UK life sciences, including stem cells

A major delegation of Indian life sciences companies spent several days in London and Leeds this week to explore investment and partnership opportunities. Nearly 20 Indian companies from the fields of regenerative medicine, biotechnology, oncology, medical technology and healthcare attended the bioConclave, the leading conference…

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