2nd US - India Conference: Unlocking Growth Opportunities for US firms in the Subcontinent

Conference/Symposium | September 8 | 8:15 a.m.-5 p.m. |  Haas School: Andersen Auditorium

 All India Management Association, Haas School of Business, Hero Enterprise, The Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation, The Institute for South Asia Studies

All India Management Association, the apex body of management in India in partnership with Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley and supported by the Consulate General of India in San Francisco, TiE, Silcon Valley, and the Institute for South Asia Studies bring to you the 2nd edition of the US India Conference.

The theme of the conference is "Unlocking Growth Opportunities for US firms in the Subcontinent". The conference will evaluate spheres of opportunities available to the US firms in India and provide a platform for a dialogue between Industry Leaders, Academicians and Thought leaders from both countries to make the best use of these opportunities.

Interactive sessions on:
• Unlocking growth opportunities for US firms in the subcontinent
• Imagine: Harnessing tech to make a better world
• End of soft power: National pride and prejudice?
• Cure for all: Innovation for affordable healthcare
• India: Biggest opportunity for the next decade
• Making Sense of the Random: Using AI to discover, solve and create

Who Should Attend
The conference will bring together at least 300 policy makers, CEOs, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, senior level managers and students to discuss strategies to promote cooperation between the two countries and win in the emerging knowledge economy.

Registration Details
• Participation in the conference is by "Invitation Only"
• Pre-registration is MUST, as seats are limited
• Participation on first come first basis

For further information on agenda and speakers please see HERE

For more details, please contact
• Ms Adriana Macias
Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Email: amacias@haas.berkeley.edu
• Mr Nitin Saxena
Center for Management Development, All India Management Association
Mob. +919811675559, Email: nsaxena@aima.in

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Please note that parking is not always easily available in Berkeley. Take public transportation if possible or arrive early to secure your spot.