2013 India Conference
Innovating, Investing, and Adapting in the Wake of New Economic Reforms
Wednesday, April 10, 20133:00 PM - 9:00 PM
As India moves towards a new economic order with market oriented reforms in areas such as foreign direct investment in the retail sector, power trading exchanges and deregulation of commodities, there are high growth expectations for the country's economy as well as great opportunities among the global business and investment communities. Do you want to learn about how this new economic order will provide businesses around the world with increased opportunities to more easily participate in India's burgeoning economic growth, enter its markets and serve its 1.3 billion population?
The 2013 India Conference will review some of the key opportunities, drivers and challenges associated with doing business with, and investing in India. You will hear from influential leaders active in Indian business and investment, and understand some of the trends and emerging opportunities in the areas of innovation and finance, as well as hear leaders' own growth stories.
3:00 - 4:00pm Registration & Check-In
4:00 - 4:30pm Welcome Remarks and Keynote Address
4:30 - 4:45pm The Indian Economy: An Overview
4:45 - 5:45pm Panel Discussion I: Innovation: India 2013
A New Hub of Innovation
5:45 - 6:00pm Break & Refreshments
6:00 - 7:00pm Panel Discussion II: Finance: India 2013
Is It Business As Usual?
7:00 - 9:00pm Networking Reception
Registration $15 and Academic Registration $10
Gunjan Bagla | Consultant, Founder and Managing Director, Amritt, Inc.
Shekhar Chitnis | Founder, CEO and President, Chisk Inc. and Chitnis Consulting Inc.
Bhagwan Chowdhry | Professor of Finance, UCLA Anderson
Navneet S. Chugh | Managing Partner, The Chugh Firm
Vandana Mangal | Executive Director, Easton Technology Leadership Program,
Vinay Nair | Founder and CEO, Ada Investments
Arvind K. Singhal ('82) | Chairman, Technopak
Romain Wacziarg | Professor of Global Economics and Management,
Organizers: SABA South Asian Business Association and UCLA Anderson School of Management, Center for Global Management
Sponsors: CISA Center for India and South Asia, UCLA Anderson School of Management, Easton Technology Leadership Program, and IBA International Business Association