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invites your valuable participation for the

Re-launch India
11th February 2017
Auditorium, IIMB Campus

Associate partner : CSITM

Against the backdrop of the surge in emphasis on manufacturing,
digitalization and start-ups, the larger issue is how fast and how far
and in what manner India can attain its status as a transformed
global power that provides a new sense of empowerment not only
for its citizens but also for the larger world community.

Indias cultural diversity and its

status as the worlds largest
democracy makes it a country with
infinite global possibilities that
awaits it to be tapped through
radically different inclusive policies
and image augmentation
approaches that the country has not
witnessed this far.

It is also likely that image augment may occur at the confluence of

new age political and economic diplomacy that communicates
Indias soft power in newer forms than at present. India could be
perceived as a civilizational power that can contribute to the
wellbeing of its citizens as well as that of similarly placed
populations of the world a possibility that can be aided by its
resurgence in the manufacturing, digital and new enterprise space.
Some of the new possibilities may lie at the confluence of new wave
of manufacturing, digitization and start up movements.

In the current shape of things, as seen from an outsiders lens, Digital

India and Make in India has the potential to increase the
manufacture of capital and defence goods, largely contributed by
capital infusion from abroad. How do we imagine ourselves as a
digital technology superpower? How do we envisage ourselves as a
world class manufacturer? As a manufacturer would we be in the
China mode robust, price competitive but unsustainable? Or do we
have our own (Indian ) trajectory as new age manufacturing power?
It is stated that the Digital India programme has the ability of
increasing the scope of and reach of financial transactions and
revolutionizing B2C transactions in urban areas. The larger question
how will Digital India transform the lives of the ordinary citizens
through E-Insurance and E-tailing initiatives that have shown
buoyancy in India in the preceding five years. A related question is
whether there exists an Indian Model of sharing economies that will
follow the objective of a low cash economy?

Indias Start up India program has the potential to generate

innovation based, technology driven enterprises that have the
potential to change our rural and urban landscape. A much raised
question is whether how does one visualize Indias start-ups- as new
agents of growth or as ancillaries of major players?

Set up a envisioning exercise, this Visionary Summit on Re-Launch

India would also deliberate on the most important steps to be taken
to launch India in the global arena based on innovative technologies
and business capabilities.

This Summit seeks to address the following themes:

India as a Civilizational Power
India as a Global Digital Power
India as a New Age Manufacturing Giant
India as the Cradle of New Innovative Start-ups

Resource Persons
Senior Corporate Captains and leading Start Up protagonists present
their experiences and vision on the theme.

The Summit will enhance ones

understanding of the leadership
vision and suggestions for launching
India in the world stage as a
manufacturing and start up and as a
Digital power
8.30 hrs to 9.30 hrs Registration
9.30 hrs to 10.45 hrs Inaugural Session
Re-Launch India as the new Global Leader
Chief Guest Shri Priyank Kharge , Minister for IT-BT and Tourism, Govt of Karnataka
Guest of Honour Shri Satheesh Reddy, SA to Raksha Mantri, Govt. of India

10.45 hrs to 11.00 hrs Coffee Break

11.00t hrs to 13.00 hrs Realizing our Dreams
Session 1: Special Plenary Session
Realizing our New Age Manufacturing Capabilities
Speakers Mr. Phil Shaw CEO, Lockheed Martin Pvt Limited
Mr. Srivats Ram, MD, Wheels India Ltd
Mr. Brian Mcmurray, VP, General Motors
Mr. Patrick Fardeau, VP, Dassault Systemes
Mr. Rajeev Kaul, Group CFO and Managing Director, Aequs
Ms Ranjini Manian,CEO, Global Adjustments

13.00 hrs to 14.00 hrs Lunch Break

14.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs Session 2
Realising Indias Potential as a Digital Power
Speakers Mr. Kedar Apshankar, Dy. CEO, ABOF
Ms. Reena Dayal, Microsoft
Mr. Samson Khaou, MD, Dassault Systems India
Mr. Ajit Kumar, MD, Deloitte Digital
Dr. Ganesh Natarajan, Chairman, NASSCOM Foundation
Mr. Saurabh Chandra, CIO, Flipkart, Myntra, Jabong

15.30 hrs to 16.00 hrs Concluding Session

Summary of Discussions (PGPEM Team)
16.00 hrs to 16.15 hrs Coffee and networking

The Post Graduate Programme in Enterprise Management (PGPEM) is a 22-month weekend
residential management programme. It is a masters level diploma granting programme offered
by the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). It is equivalent to Executive Post Graduate
Programme (EPGP) offered by IIMB in terms of credits and rigour, but is scheduled on Friday
afternoons and Saturdays over about 22 months to make it accessible to working professionals.

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Bannerghatta Road, Bengaluru, India
Pin Code : 560 076
Phone: +91-80-26993354/3476
Email: pgpem@iimb.ernet.in