(PRESS RELEASE) India’s digital rope trick
India Summit 2016 to be held in London 28 June by Codex
London 16 June 2016: India’s start up sector is booming, attracting billions in venture capital. But can these tech-driven businesses meet India’s economic and social needs?
The digital transformation of India will be a central theme at this year’s Codex summit in London. Alivecor, which is regarded as one of the 50 most innovative companies in the world by MIT Tech Review, will present, how a 100 dollar heart monitor attached to a smartphone can revolutionise healthcare.
India has ambitious plans to build 100 smart cities. Experts from Arup and Accenture will explain how this can be done, and the opportunities for international companies in the Indian market.
Rakesh Rawal, CEO, Codex said: “Codex is proud to present the most significant India Summit of 2016, to debate if technology can fix India’s problems and transform India on a scale that’s probably unmatched in human history.”
Codex is looking forward to welcoming back the Rt Hon John Redwood MP, who will explain how the Modi government has performed over the last 2 years. Joining him as keynote speakers will be James Crabtree from the Financial Times, and Mihir Sharma from the Bloomberg View, both India’s foremost business commentators.
India Summit 2016 will examine various subjects including Digital Transformation of India; Manufacturing in India; Smart Cities and Urbanisation; The Business of Cricket; and Indian Question Time. We will round off the day with a Summer Drinks Reception on one of the most spectacular roof terraces in London.
In true Codex style, the India Summit 2016 has attracted an impressive line-up of speakers.
Keynote Speakers will include:
Rt Hon John Redwood MP, Pioneered privatisation programme in Margaret Thatcher’s government
Mihir Bose, BBC Broadcaster and Writer
James Crabtree, Financial Times
Simon Lister, BBC News
Prof Sunil Khilnani, Presenter BBC Radio 4, Incarnations: India in 50 Lives
Dr David Landsman, Head of TATA Europe
Mihir Sharma, India Columnist, Bloomberg View
Francis White, Vice-President, AliveCor
Peter Dahlstrom, Senior Director, McKinsey
Jen Hawes-Hewitt, Director of Global Cities Strategy, Accenture
Mr Alok Sharma MP, Prime Minister David Cameron’s Infrastructure Envoy
Jaideep Prabhu, Nehru Professor of Indian Business, Cambridge University
The India Summit 2016 will take place in London on Tuesday 28th June at the state-of-the-art offices of Taylor Wessing, 5 New Street Square, London EC4A 3TW.
For more information, please contact Rakesh Rawal
Rakesh Rawal | CEO, Codex | M: +44 7 956 101 101 | E: email@example.com | W: www.codex.com |
Codex – International Business Leaders Network
Codex is based in the UK and is a global network of business leaders moving across continents to transact business. Codex events are designed to facilitate an exchange of ideas, encourage entrepreneurship and promote business links by building strong relationships between business leaders in a wide range of sectors.
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