Aranca Supports the 6th Annual India Business Forum Conference “India: Still Untapped“ at London Business School on April 24, 2008
Published on 16 Apr, 2008
New York: April 16, 2008 - Aranca, a global provider of end-to-end financial and business research and valuation services is pleased to be partnering with the India Business Forum at London Business School. The 6th Annual India Business Forum Conference “India: Still Untapped” takes place in London on April 24, 2008.
During the day-long conference, keynote addresses, round-table talks and panel discussions by India’s leading bankers, investors, industry experts and business leaders, will centre around the following themes:
- The Investment Climate: Is it still attractive?
- The Retail Challenge: Balancing the market and social demands.
- The Real Estate Boom: Is it just the beginning?
Some of the prominent speakers include Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPP; R. Gopalakrishnan, Executive Director, Tata Sons; Jim O'Neill, Head of Global Economic Research, Goldman Sachs; Vinod Sawhney, CEO, Bharti Retail; Arun Mehra, Head of India Investment Strategy, Fidelity International; Vindi Banga, President, Unilever Foods (ex-Chairman, Unilever India); Sanjay Nayar, CEO, Citigroup India among others.
The India Business Forum organizes these annual conferences and other smaller satellite events on specific themes throughout the year under the aegis of London Business School. Aranca has a strong relationship with the event and the school as three members of Aranca’s management team, are alumni of London Business School. In fact, one of Aranca’s Directors is a founding member of India Business Forum.
“Besides giving us an opportunity to network with class mates and other alumni, the India Business Forum event is a great opportunity to share and learn from experts and industry leaders about business opportunities in India,“ said Neeraj Bhardwaj, Director, Aranca and co-founder of the India Business Forum.
As a partner to the event, Aranca is helping the India Business Forum by promoting the event among its business partners and networks. To find out more about the event and to register, visit www.indiabusinessforum.net.