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Tuck India Business Conference 2007

Press Release
05/02/2007

The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College will host the India Business Conference 2007 where students, business professional, enrepreneurs and investors will meet to discuss their strategies for India, the emerging powerhouse. This conference is made possible by the support of The Khosla Family Fund.

Date:       Friday May 4, 2007
Time:        9:30 am - 6:30 pm
Location: Dartmouth College, Hanocer, NH
Cost:       Registration is free

The keynote speaker is Thomas Verghese, Director of Emerging Markets, General Electric, who will talk about "Leveraging India- Riding The Elephant".

The focus of the panels are Doing Business with India and Investing in India with speakers from Grand Hyatt, Seahorse Group, US India Business Council, Infosys, Weston Capital Partners and Lehman Brothers. In addition, the luncheon chat "Progress from the Bottom Up" will focus on the economic divide and how companies and organizations are building bridges to address the bottom of the Indian pyramid.

Additonal attractions include book signing with Steve Hamm: "Bangalore Tiger" and an Indian musical concert by Sitarist Indrajit Banerjee accompanied by Gouri Sankar on the tabla.
 
For further details and to register, visit:
http://www.tuckindiaforum.org.




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