Innovation in India and China
Innovation in India and China: How to Create Value from Emerging Markets, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK, 18-20 May 2009; Registration deadline 12 May
Innovation in India and China: How to Create Value from Emerging Markets
18-20 May 2009
Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK
Registration Deadline: 12 May 2009
The Centre for India & Global Business is proud to partner with MSI and Blood Orange Media to host a seminar that explores the rise of India and China as both fast-growing global markets and world-class sources of innovation.
Even as the world sinks into a global recession, the Indian and Chinese economies are expected to continue to grow, on the strength of their vast domestic markets. But many Western companies struggle to devise the right business model(s) and marketing strategies that can help them penetrate and succeed in both giant Asian markets. This conference will explore the best practices for innovating and winning in the Indian and Chinese markets, as well as discuss how the globalization of Indian and Chinese firms are reshaping entire industries – from manufacturing to retail to film and art.
AGENDA AND REGISTRATION
For more information, including agenda and registration details, please visit the Centre for India & Global Business website.
Please make your hotel reservations by calling either the Regent Hotel or the Crowne Plaza Hotel by May 9. To receive the negotiated rates, please be sure to mention “Judge Business School (JBS) Emerging Markets Conference.” Rooms are limited and the rates are only guaranteed until May 9. For your reference, below is general contact information for the hotels.