PHILADELPHIA, PA—The 20th Annual Wharton India Economic Forum, which will focus on the next chapter of Indian development and growth, will kick off on Saturday in Philadelphia, PA. The event is organized by Wharton School.
Key speakers include Arun Kumar Singh, Indian Ambassador to the US, and Sri Rajan, Chairman of Bain India.
The annual conference will be held on Saturday, March 26, in Philadelphia and provide an in-depth look into the next chapter of Indian development and growth and will provide a birds-eye view of the Indian economic and business landscape, as well as India-US relations.
Key speakers and their topics this year are:
- Arun Kumar Singh, Indian Ambassador to the US, who will speak about evolving India-US relations
- Sudhanshu Vats, Group CEO at Viacom 18, a leading television network and media company based in Mumbai, who will discuss India’s rapidly developing media landscape
- Sri Rajan, Chairman of Bain & Company’s India office, who will speak about the Indian business and economic landscape today
- Kamal Haasan, Indian actor who will speak about his inspirational film and philanthropic careers
Other sessions will touch on infrastructure, education, and investing outlook, and also presenting will be Ketto (crowdfunding) and Kheyti, (a greenhouse technology solution for farmers) the two winners of the India Startup Competition held in Mumbai in January.