Ambassador Banashri Bose Harrison will explain the “Make in India” campaign which was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 25th in New Delhi when he declared that India is "Open for business".
Prime minister Modi’s vision has inspired entrepreneurs and CEOs round the world including Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos who travelled to India to meet him earlier this month. India wants to become a manufacturing hub - to meet its domestic demand and to export to the world. Companies already producing there are able to expand their markets, reach new segments and at the same time utilize what many do not have at home - manpower and enough engineers. Results are stunning and the quality is world class for both the more complex production sites as well as for the assembly plants.
What does it mean to produce in India? Join us for a panel debate and listen to experienced CEOs discussing and sharing their views and experiences.
14.30 - 15.00 Registration and coffee15.00 - 16.30 Panel debate with introductory remarks
Keynote: Ambassador Banashri Bose Harrison - Why the ”Make in India” campaign
Anders Grundströmer, Managing Director, Scania Commercial Vehicles India and Senior VP Scania Group: Make in India - here and now
Håkan Kingstedt, Chairman Sweden-India Business Council Former President Sandvik India: World class ambition
Moderator: Anna Liberg, Trade Commissioner, Head Business Sweden in India
16.30 - 17.00 Mingle
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