"Prime Minister Modi's India and Implications for New Zealand Business"
Talk by: Dr Reuben Abraham, CEO and Senior Fellow, IDFC Institute.
When: Monday, 24 August 2015
Time: 4.45pm arrival for 5.00pm presentation
Venue: Piko Cafe, AUT City Campus, Gate 3, 55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland
Cost: Free entry
Dress code: Business attire
RSVP: Places are limited so please reserve your seat today via Eventbrite
Come and hear Dr Reuben Abraham’s update on Prime Minister Modi’s economic reforms and how New Zealand business can engage with India. Dr Abraham is in much demand for his perspectives on the interconnectedness of the global economy and is a perpetual traveller on the international speaking circuit.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation gratefully acknowledges support for this event received from AUT University.
The Infrastructure Development Finance Corporation (IDFC) is a think-tank set up by India’s largest infrastructure finance company. Reuben is also a non-resident scholar at the Urbanization Project at New York University’s Stern School of Business. Before IDFC, he was on the Faculty and Executive Director of the Centre for Emerging Markets Solutions (CEMS) at the Indian School of Business (ISB), where he continues to serve on the Next Generation Leaders Board of the school. Reuben was a Legatum Global Fellow for 2013; in 2012, he was listed in Wired Magazine’s “Smart List 2012: 50 people who will change the world.” He was selected as a Young Global Leader for 2009 by the World Economic Forum, where he serves on the Global Agenda Council on Emerging Multinationals, and in 2007, he was a TED Global Fellow, following which he served on the TED Fellows Advisory Board.