February 25, 2021
Online | United Kingdom
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
The Indian Chemical Council has, as a good will gesture, opened the 14th Annual India Chemical Industry Outlook Conference to interested NEPIC members on a complimentary basis. The event takes place over two days starting Thursday 25th February.
To secure your free place, the ICC have requested that you to kindly send confirmations for registration (via the booking form below – stating that you are member of NEPIC) along with a valid email address at the earliest so that appropriate links can be sent to respective accounts prior to the Conference.
Further information, conference guide and booking form can be found below.
The pandemic in 2020 has impacted our lives in a way we never experienced. It has disrupted the world economy and affected human life in an unprecedented way. We also saw the indomitable spirit of human race to fight back and try to get back to normalcy.
ICC has been bringing the latest in the industry to the forefront every year through its Annual Conference and Exhibition & ahead of time. The global economy is weak and many countries have made structural reforms. Eminent industry leaders and economists would share their knowledge on where the world is heading and how business needs to face these challenges.
A panel of experts from the chemical industry from Far East and South East Asia will bring to the table what tactical changes we need to do to be a global player.
ICC would introduce for the first time break away sessions on Agrochemicals Petrochemicals Specialty Chemicals and Digital trends. Focused sessions to bring in the latest trends in the industry with invaluable inputs from experts and domain knowledge specialists. This is completely new feature.
With the current geopolitical scenario, trade wars the move from west to the east may take backstage. In the new scenario how to enhance cross border trade and the importance of inorganic growth – experts would share their thoughts.
With RCEP FTA’s and the rising trend of raising barriers to trade, business is facing a new challenge. With the pandemic globalization seems to have taken a U- turn. Supply Chain disruptions and ways to take up/handle cross border trade will be discussed in-depth by domain experts. The changing nature of work and the future of work is an area of great concern. Inspiring and retaining talent in the new era of remote working and its fallout in terms of low personal interaction downsizing and furloughs would be the new order. ICC would bring in a panel of experts who would share their thoughts which would be of great interest.