Raj Center Sponsors April 2 Conference "India 2020: The Way Forward"

Fri, 2016-03-25

The Raj Center is a co-sponsor of the 12th annual India Business Conference held at Columbia University in The City of New York, organized by the South Asian Business Association at Columbia Business School. The conference — to be held on April 2, 2016 — is the premier India-focused conference in New York City and is a powerful forum inspiring thought-leadership and generating discussions around business, social, political, and creative undercurrents that permeate Indian life. Ideas exchanged during past conferences have permeated academic, political, and social circles, and have earned both acclaim and extensive media coverage.

The theme of this year’s conference is India 2020: The Way Forward where the conference aims to explore the different avenues for future reform under the first term of the Narendra Modi Government, across various industries and sectors of the Indian economy. A brief list of this year’s Keynote Speakers and Panel Discussions is below:
Keynote Speakers:
Piyush Goyal – Minister for Power, Coal, and New & Renewable Energy, Govt. of India
Arun Nanda – Chairman & Founder, Club Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd.
Ashish Chauhan – Chairman & CEO, Bombay Stock Exchange
Panel Discussions:
Tourism & Hospitality in India
Private Equity – Route to Resurgence?
Digital Consumerism in India
India’s Infrastructure Challenge
Tickets can be purchased here. Please visit our website, www.cbsibc.com for additional details!

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