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Manasi Kirloskar wows House of Lords, UK Parliament, with Indo-UK trade talks

As the executive director of Kirloskar Systems Ltd, she addressed an audience of top professionals ranging from policy makers and leading business houses to government authorities from across the globe.

pune Updated: Nov 16, 2017 15:38 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Pune
Pune,Manasi Kirloskar,House of Lords
Manasi Kirloskar is the fifth generation businesswoman and the heiress of the 150-year-old family business legacy, and has attended many such addresses to speak about her journey.(HT PHOTO)

Pune-based businesswoman, Manasi Kirloskar, recently delivered a speech on India-UK business relations, at theHouse of Lords, UK Parliament. She was present there for a special address as a distinguished guest and speaker on the occasion of the17th annual London Global Convention of IOD (Institute of Directors, India)on October 27.

Asthe executive director ofKirloskar Systems Ltd, she addressed an audience of top professionals ranging frompolicy makers and leading business houses to government authorities from across the globe. The convention, further provided a platform for discussion and debate on pressing issues concerning the governments of both countries.

“I would like to say that whilst the strong intent of both governments will definitely be a deciding factor in the future of economic relations between our nations, it will be the sincerity of intent and the strength of the people to people relations that will shape the determination of the governments,” saidKirloskar, while concluding the speech.

She is the fifth generation businesswoman and the heiress of the150-year-old family business legacy, and has attended many such addresses to speak about her journey. She has also spoken on multiple occasions about her social non-profit venture,‘Caring with Colour’, which aims atchanging the education paradigm in schools by making learning a more focused-on matter and an enjoyable experience, especially for under-priviledged children. The first pilot project of the venture will begin this month in Bengaluru.

First Published: Nov 16, 2017 15:36 IST