CNBC-TV18, Standard Chartered Bank announces the 2nd edition of ‘Leadership Collective’

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The unprecedented public health crisis has set in motion the wheels of change as the world heads towards the road to recovery. India promises to play an integral role as the global economy nears a reset in its scale of operations. In a bid to explore the myriad untapped opportunities for businesses in India, CNBC-TV18, India’s leading English business news channel and Standard Chartered Bank is all set to virtually host the 2nd edition of ‘Leadership Collective: India – an Investment Magnet’ on 13th October 2020, 5 pm onwards.

Regarded as the last leg of this year’s India Business Leader Awards, the virtual event revolves around harnessing newer avenues that will aid the country in emerging as the most favorable investment destination. The event aims to dive deep into the economic policies that can be implemented to achieve near and long-term growth for various sectors and businesses.

The Leadership Collective will see Sanjeev Sanyal, Principal Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance, GOI as the Keynote speaker and Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog presenting the concluding address to the audiences.

It will also host a panel discussion focused on ‘India: World’s New Factory’ and feature business leaders such as Suresh Narayanan, Chairman of CII National Committee of Food Processing Industries; Martin Schwenk, MD & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India; William L. Blair, Vice President & Chief Executive, Lockheed Martin India, ZarinDaruwala, CEO, India, Standard Chartered Bank, Sharad Tyagi, MD, Boehringer Ingelheim India & President, OPPI.The panel shall be moderated by Shereen Bhan, Managing Editor, CNBC-TV18, who will also conclude the show encapsulating the takeaways and actionable insights that will help placing India on the world business map.

To know more about the event you can visit their website: http://cnbc-tv18.leadershipcollective.in/index.html

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