Tuck India Business Conference 2011

Mark your calendar and register now for the 2011 Tuck India Business Conference, which explores “Ideas from India: innovating with limited resources.” The CIB has been working with a dedicated committee of students, led by Atul Sharma T’11, on this conference since last summer.  

It’s a whole day of panel discussions, a keynote address, and some Indian cultural programming (this year we’re teaming with the International Club for a dance festival). The keynote address by prominent spiritual leader Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev will explore “Inner Engineering for Business Success.” Sadhguru will offer his thoughts on the fundamental connections between inner well being and work and career. The three panels, featuring notable speakers from around the world, will cover different areas of innovation in India:

Emerging Innovations in Healthcare Delivery with panelists Dr. Jamie Bayona (moderator), Dr. Al Mulley (D’70), Dr. S. Aravind, Sarang Deo

Creating Value at the Base of the Pyramid with panelists Peter Golder (moderator), Harish Bijoor, Robin Albing (T’81)

Bringing Indian Innovations to the World with panelists Chris Trimble (T’96) (moderator), Hari Nair, Bharat Vedak, Siva Chockalingam (T’08)

Registration is required, and we hope to see you there!

Many thanks to our sponsors:

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I'm Sue, the communications pro at the Center for Global Business and Government at Tuck, and I'm the administrator of this blog. From time to time, I'll post interesting tidbits about global business news as well as news about the Tuck community.
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