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Cambridge, January 2, 2017: The graduate students of Harvard University are pleased to invite you to the 2017 India Conference at Harvard University on February 11 & 12 in Cambridge, MA.

The India Conference at Harvard is one of the largest student-led conferences focusing on India in the USA. It is jointly organized by students of Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
The theme of this year’s conference is: India: The Global Growth Engine. An exciting array of growth initiatives within the country have recently ignited a positive spark in the global community. Eminent international institutions, financial companies, top global organizations and thought-leaders are now looking towards India to lead global change. In addition to keynote talks across both days, we are also hosting themed panel discussions on transgender rights, urbanization, Indo-Pak relationships, India’s justice system, gender-based violence and the agriculture and food sector.

At the 14th edition of the India Conference at Harvard, we aim to bring together India’s thought leaders for a weekend of discussions and brainstorming sessions to unravel the exciting opportunities that lie ahead for our country.
The conference has a strong legacy of bringing together government officials, business leaders, academics, artists, athletes, philanthropists, and many other leaders to meaningfully discuss key issues, solutions and opportunities in the context of India’s path to global leadership. In the past, HBS has been fortunate to host many luminaries. For ICH 2017, we have a blockbuster lineup of speakers including Mr. Omar Abdullah, Mr. Venkiah Naidu, Ms. Deepa Mehta, Mr. Rakesh Omprakash Mehra, Mr. Analjit Singh, and Mr. Manish Malhotra. We are sure that this year’s conference will live up to the legacy of our previous conferences.

We look forward to your RSVP for the conference.

Kind regards,
The 2017 India Conference Team

Find us on:
Internet: indiaconference.com
Twitter: @indiaconf2017
Facebook: @indiaconference

 

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