CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- How will the new Narendra Modi government shape India's economy? How can private equity firms and investors navigate the Indian market? How can businesses originating in the U.S., such as Uber and Twitter, find success in India? What is the path forward for India to create sustainable housing and affordable healthcare?
Hear what Indian business and political leaders have to say about these topics and more at the MIT India Conference on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at the MIT Media Lab. The conference is organized by the MIT Sloan School of Management in collaboration with the greater MIT community. Industry experts, politicians, academics and students from across the globe are expected to attend to learn the latest developments on such issues as politics, economics, manufacturing, the digital economy, investing and more as they pertain to India.
Slated speakers and panelists, among others, are:
- Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State, Prime Minister's Office
- Shivshankar Menon, Former National Security Advisor to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
- CP Gurnani, CEO and Managing Director, Tech Mahindra
- Sanjay Kirloskar, Chairman, Kirloskar Industries
- Isher Judge Ahluwalia, Chairperson, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER)
- Neeraj Singhal, Head of India and the subcontinent, Uber
- Rishi Jaitly, Market Director, Twitter India and Southeast Asia
- Nikhil Meswani, Executive Director, Reliance Industries
- Dr. Sanjay Sarma, Director, Digital Learning at MIT; Professor of Mechanical Engineering, MIT
- Dr. Yatindra Prashar, CEO, Symmetrix Pharmaceuticals
- Srikanth Nadhamuni, CEO & Founder, Khosla Labs
This year's conference features a showcase of the technology coming out of MIT with potential application for India.
For more information or to register, please visit http://www.mit-india-conference.com.
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About the MIT India Conference
The MIT India Conference aims to celebrate the achievements of India globally, as well as discuss future collaborations between India and the world that could help accelerate innovation into the future. The MIT India conference has established itself as an important forum for leaders in industry, academia, and policy to discuss current issues and future innovations in the context of India, in the region and abroad.
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