A vision for a vibrant India driven by ideas and innovation is the theme around which a galaxy of global business leaders of Indian origin and other eminent personalities will brainstorm during a forthcoming meet at New York in September.
The three-day Global Indian Business Meet during September 20-23 at New York has been organized to bring together business leaders from the Indian diaspora and inspire new thought and path-breaking initiatives. The event will feature talks by leading minds of Indian origin from across the world and also provide avenues in value networking, tapping new opportunities and striking fruitful business relationships.
The Alliance for U.S. - India Business (AUSIB) is among those partnering the Global Indian Business Meet organized by the New Global Indian Foundation Inc along with various Indian organizations from around the world.
To be held at the Marriott Marquis hotel in the heart of Times Square, New York, the event will provide an excellent setting for ideating, exploring new opportunities and networking. Participants could explore new avenues to enter into business tie-ups, promote technology transfer, identify potential business partners and secure finance for business enterprises.
The Global Indian Business Meet will open doors to business opportunities in various Indian, North American, Caribbean countries, states and cities. It will also provide a platform to show-case products, services and new business and investment opportunities. Among other things, the event will update business leaders on the best global practices in trade, research & development and consulting and on strategies to conduct business during an economic downturn.
Apart from top policy makers from India and the United States, speakers include well-known thought leaders such as development economist and Labour politician Lord Meghnad Desai, Prof. Debashis Chatterjee, Director of Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode, U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, and renowned spiritual leaders such as Dr. Deepak Chopra, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and Swami Tyagananda Maharaj.
Business leaders invited for the meet include Reliance Industries Ltd. chairman, Mr Mukesh Ambani, Lakshmi Mittal, chairman and chief executive of the world's largest steel mill, ArcelorMittal, Indian politician and businessman Navin Jindal and venture capitalist and entrepreneurs Gururaj Deshpande and Sam Pitroda.
AUSIB's president and CEO Sanjay Puri, who is also chairman of the U.S. - India Political Action Committee is among those who will address the gathering. Since establishment in 2004, the Alliance for U.S. – India Business (AUSIB) has successfully helped business organizations in the two countries to explore and build strong collaborations and partnerships. Its educational wing, AUSIB EduNext, is now playing a major role in the field of higher education by providing assistance to institutions in the U.S. and India to find suitable partners in the two countries.
AUSIB is partner for this event. For more details regarding this event click on: www.gibm2012.org