Cameron, who arrived in Bangalore on Tuesday, Jul 27, will first meet governor of Karnataka, HR Bhardwaj on Wednesday, Jul 28, and head straight to Infosys, where he will deliver the keynote address at a government of India function, which is expected to be attended by industry captains.
Industry bigwigs like Azim Premji are expected to attend the function.
According to the Infosys official, Cameron would talk on several issues, including bilateral relations between the two countries.
Sources said, the IT behemoth, which earns over 10 percent of its more than $4.5 billion revenues from its UK operations, would make a presentation to Cameron on its global delivery business model.
Cameron is expected to attend the MoU signing ceremony of the UK"s business process outsourcing Xchanging Plc and the Karnataka government. The pact involves the world"s largest back office company expanding its activities to Shimoga, where it will open a 2,000-seat processing centre.
He will be the second British prime minister to visit the tech major"s campus, afterformer prime minister Tony Blair"s visit in 2002.