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Dear <<First Name>>,

Greetings from INZBC!

Hope your businesses are doing well & you are all keeping safe.

In this newsletter, we present to you the latest issue of our quarterly magazine 'KiaOra India'. The cover story is an interview with the New Zealand Minister for Transport, Michael Wood who outlines the Government’s efforts to push down transport emissions and gives us a peek into the future New Zealand’s electric and hybrid cars ecosystem. 

Consequently, in this issue, we also bring perspective from Amitabh Kant, CEO of NITI Aayog on a re-imagined approach to enhancing infrastructure investment to revive economic growth post COVID in India. Bhavish Aggarwal, Co-founder and CEO of OLA gives us a peek into the future of mobility with Ola.

On the back of INZBC’s event with the Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council of India (Pharmexcil), this issue put a light on how the cost-containment measures of the New Zealand government can be balanced by affordable Indian made generics.

Thanks & Regards,

Sameer Handa
Chair, INZBC

October 2021

In this issue:

KiaOra India new issue: October 2021 

Summit 2021: Videos from Day 2

INZBC Magazine: KiaOra India, October 2021
INZBC launches the latest digital issue of KiaOra India, a quarterly trade magazine. In this issue of the magazine, we explore the emerging technologies and industries that have, since the start of the pandemic, adapted and transformed. What's inside:
  • Exclusive interview of New Zealand Minister for Transport, Michael Wood
  • Peek into the future by Bhavish Aggarwal, Co-founder and CEO of OLA 
  • Post COVID perspective by Amitabh Kant, CEO of NITI Aayog 
  • Auckland University of Technology shares the value of international education
  • Invest India column that breaks down the new regulatory framework for drones in the country
INZBC KiaOra India: Stories from the magazine 
In this issue of the magazine, we explore the emerging technologies and industries that have, since the start of the pandemic, adapted and transformed. 
Mobility for New Zealand, Sustainability for the future – In conversation with Minister for Transport, Michael Wood
How can New Zealand push down transport emissions and adapt in an increasingly sustainable energy world? On the back of New Zealand’s Climate Change Commission report released in June 2021, Kia Ora India editor, Sunil Kaushal spoke to New Zealand Minister for Transport, Michael Wood on the future of New Zealand’s electric and hybrid cars ecosystem. 
Bringing a billion people, more choices, convenience and an affordable mission: Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO, Ola

Bhavish Aggarwal, Co-founder and CEO of Ola shares his vision for the future of mobility with Ola as the company puts consumers at the core of its new mobility ecosystem.
Is India’s Asset Monetisation plan the new set of reforms the world’s been waiting for? 
Private sector partnering with the Indian government to develop and grow the country’s infrastructure? As investor ears peak, NITI Aayog CEO, Amitabh Kant outlines how asset monetisation is the only way forward for India. 

A Post COVID world: Value beyond the dollar in International Education
Online education, no matter how good, does not replace in-person experience. Auckland University of Technology’s Professor Guy Littlefair elucidates on the value of education beyond the dollar. 

What’s in a Name? 
India’s Role in the Indo-Pacific

To balance China’s growing might and its expanding influence, Washington and Tokyo began to work to bring New Delhi into the strategic equation - and thus began India’s strategic involvement in what is now known as the Indo-Pacific. Observer Research Foundation’s Manoj Joshi shares India’s then symbolic and now strategic position in the Indo-Pacific.

Vaccine delivery by drones? It happens only in India. 
As India starts trials for vaccine deliveries in Telengana, will we see a transformation in the way people live, access healthcare? Invest India explores this exciting new development in their column. 

Technology doesn’t just replace jobs, it also creates them:
NZ Productivity Commission
Take a peek into the future, as Kia Ora India examines the New Zealand Productivity Commission’s Future of Work report and its current inquiry into New Zealand’s future immigration policies. 
INZBC Summit 2021 videos are now live!
Here are the videos from the virtual summit which was on Day 2.
DAY 2 | Opening Session

Keynote speech by Hon. Phil Twyford, New Zealand Minister for Disarmament and Arms Control, Minister of State for Trade and Export Growth, Associate Minister for the Environment and Immigration.

Keynote speech by Amitabh Kant, Chief Executive Officer, NITI Aayog, Government Of India.
DAY 2 | Session 2


Keynote address by Pranav Kumar
Head of Trade Policy, Confederation of Indian Industry 

Keynote address by Simon Tucker
Director, Global Stakeholder Affairs, Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited
Panel discussion with:
Ravi Udaya Bhaskar, Director General, Pharmexcil; Stephen Jacobi, Executive Director, New Zealand International Business Forum; Esther Guy-Meakin, Senior Manager | Strategy, Trade Policy and Advocacy, Meat Industry Association of New Zealand; Bharat Joshi, CEO, J Curve and Delhi Chapter Head, INZBC; Dr. Divya Jaitly, Managing Director, The Advanced Learning Institute and Founder, Forethought Corporate Communications;  and moderator Michael Fox, Head of Communications and External Relations, Zespri International
We recognise that for India, an economic relationship must go beyond the traditional buyer-seller model: Hon Nanaia Mahuta at the INZBC Summit 2021
Spread over two days and four engaging sessions, the INZBC Summit examined New Zealand and India’s position on the Indo- Pacific, Globalisation, trade and investments and delivered on its promise to bring together leaders of the business diaspora to restart this very important dialogue. 
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