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Big names from politics, industry & academia to gather at February 17-18 event.
PM Modi to be star speaker at ET GBS 2023
For the leading lights of India Inc, it’s become a tradition to gather at the Economic Times Global Business Summit (ET GBS) in New Delhi. It’s where global entrepreneurs and Indian business leaders mingle, where union ministers engage in debate with CEOs, and most importantly, it’s where they get to listen to the Prime Minister deliver what’s almost become an annual State of the Economy address.
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Visa CEO: Data localisation not necessarily the best answer
Visa chief executive Alfred F Kelly Jr believes RBI’s mandate on data localisation is not the best solution for addressing concerns related to information security. The CEO was talking about RBI’s circular “Storage of Payment System Data” at a Global Summit on Friday. However, he made it clear that the company believes in compliance with local laws.
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PM Modi addresses ET Global Business Summit
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressed the Economic Times Global Business Summit 2020 in New Delhi on March 6. The event had the theme of ‘Collaborate to Create: Sustainable Growth in a Fractured World’. Addressing delegates from around the world at the summit, PM Modi said that collaborations to create sustainable growth was the need of the day and also the basis for securing the future.
ET GBS 2020: PM Narendra Modi, seven ministers to speak
NEW DELHI: The two-day Global Business Summit 2020 starts today and the speakers’ list, not to mention the blue chip audience, makes it, for the sixth year in a row, India’s marquee event. Heading the list of political leaders, global and Indian CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, management gurus and top notch economists is Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Like each of his GBS speeches, today’s will also make headlines and trigger substantive conversations and debates.
Global Business Summit to Address Challenges of a World in Transition
5th Edition of The Global Business Summit to be held on 22nd and 23rd February 2019 in New Delhi to witness presence of global CEOs, economists, innovators, young entrepreneurs and high-ranking government representatives Under the umbrella theme of sustainability, scalability and social change the eminent speakers at the Global Business Summit 2019 (http://www.et-gbs.com) will discuss the challenges of a world in transition as a result of a highly digital and an emerging shared economy.
ET GBS: After keynote speech by PM Modi, top ministers to talk business with Global Inc leaders
NEW DELHI: A billion is not a small number — which is why the Economic Times Global Business Summit 2016 is a special gathering. Over two days — January 29-30 — in New Delhi, the summit will witness an eclectic gathering of global leaders of multi-billion-dollar businesses, political leaders who shape the destiny of more than a billion Indians, and thought leaders who shape the world view of the elite across the globe. In short, it will be Davos redux on Indian soil.
Kicking off the power-packed session will be the man spearheading India’s infrastructure push, Nitin Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport and Highways.
Nitin Gadkari, top global CEOs to speak on Day 2
After an exhilarating day of stimulating conversations with top global head honchos , Day 2 of the ET Global Business Summit 2022 holds an equally stellar list of speakers. Kicking off the power-packed session will be the man spearheading India’s infrastructure push, Nitin Gadkari, Minister for Road Transport and Highways.
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Fifth Global Business Summit to analyse where we are headed
MUMBAI: At a time when the World Bank has issued a dire warning of ‘darkening skies’ for the world economy, the fifth edition of Global Business Summit (GBS) presented by Yes Bank and The Economic Times is scheduled to take place in New Delhi on February 22-23. “In the fifth edition of GBS, it’s our endeavour to place the spotlight on the political and economic issues looming heavily over the Indian and global economy.