22
Sep

PRESENTS:

 Panel Meet: Integrating the Developed and Developing economies”

 

Wednesday, 23rd September, at 5 pm in M-001, Maria de Molina 27

 

SPEAKERS:

 

Ms. Sujata Mehta

Ambassador, Embassy of India, Spain

Mr. Raghavan Nair

CEO/Managing Director, Tata Consultancy Services, Spain

Mr. Sudhanshu Karandikar

Director, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Spain

Mr. Ferran Cannet

CFO, Grupoessa, Spain 

Mr. Jayant Khobragade

Consular (Head of Commercial Affairs) Embassy of India, Spain

 

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 Limited seats: 60 

Scope of the panel meet:

 

Special Focus: India and Spain – Sectors, Establishing Ventures, Current Crisis

 

Get a 360 degree overview of businesses in India and Spain: 

 

– From a Spanish company doing business in India (Grupoessa),  An Indian Company doing business in Spain ( Tata Group), A consulting company providing in-depth consulting to such projects (Pricewaterhouse Coopers), Government’s role ( Embassy of India)

 

Critical areas and entry strategies that one should consider while planning to enter in these prospective markets be it cultural, infrastructural, financial, demographic, regulatory, legal or any other areas.

Key challenges and differences in the economic and business arena between developed and developing economies especially in Spain and India. 

Current strategies of these companies and how things are shaping up during the current crisis.

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Theresa 31 Octubre 2016 - 13:40

Do you think, is it normal situation in 2016? Now we are celebrating Halloween and students are thinking how to write a halloween essay, but can we create a meeting on integrating the Developed and Developing economies? I hope, we can do it!

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