India Today conference at ARKEN and at Copenhagen Business School13 September 2012 - 14 September 2012
The world's largest democracy - with more different languages, religions and ethnic groups than any other country - is experiencing rapid economic growth. The middle class will grow from 50 million to 500 million people in 2027.
At the conference you could learn about India and join in a dialogue about future Danish-Indian cooperation and meet a number of the Indians who are shaping India's future in the fields of art and business, education and science, including:
- THE NEW INDIA: Aromar Revi - head of India's new, ground-breaking multi-disciplinary education of 100,000 'urbanists', who will be transforming India in the coming decades.
- ART: Shanta Serbjeet Singh – Vice President of the National Art Academy for Performing Arts and Music on tradition and innovation in India.
- GLOBALISATION AND GREEN GROWTH: Pradip Shah – Investment advisor, spoke about the Indian-Danish business collaboration possibilities.
- BUSINESS: Krishna Venkataramanan - CEO of India's 'national sector' company Larsen & Toubro.
- YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR: Prahalad Achutharao - CEO of one of India's high-flying bio-tech companies.
- TRADE AND CO-CREATION: An impressive string of CEOs and heads of Indian and Danish businesses in India: Grundfos, Rambøll, FLSmidth, L&T, Toolsidass Jewray, 3XN, Valcon and Haldor Topsøe, among others.
On 13 September ARKEN focuses on art and society
On 14 September Copenhagen Business School focuses on business cooperation