MAKE IN INDIA WEEK

13TH-18TH FEBRUARY 2O16 MMRDA Grounds, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Mumbai, India

Schedule

  • 13 FEB
  • 14 FEB
  • 15 FEB
  • 16 FEB
  • 17 FEB
  • 18 FEB

13:3O to 15:OO hours

Sweden Country Seminar -Smart Manufacturing and Smart Cities

  • DATE: 13th February, Saturday
  • TIME: 13:30 to 15:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

THEMES:

-Panel discussion on Sweden Makes in India – challenges and enablers for future growth

-Sweden makes in India with a focus on smart manufacturing

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr. Stefan Löfven, Prime Minister of Sweden
  • Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Government of India
  • Mr. Harald Sandberg, Ambassador of Sweden to India
  • Consul General of Sweden in Mumbai
  • Swedish Global CEO's

1O:OO TO 17:OO HOURS

CNN ASIA BUSINESS FORUM

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 2
 

THEMES:

OPENING KEYNOTE

  • Fareed Zakaria gives a snapshot of the global condition geopolitically and economically. As global demand cools, what are Asia’s big opportunities?

GROWING INDIA

  • The world is excited about India’s potential as an engine of global growth, Fareed Zakaria to discuss India’s path forward and the obstacles it needs to overcome

SECRETS OF LEADERSHIP

  • A 1-on-1 discussion with one of the world’s most recognized leaders. What are the secrets to being a leader in good times and bad, through transition and uncertainty? How do successful leaders create an environment where ideas are presented without hierarchy, and then go on to flourish?

MADE IN ASIA

  • What comes to mind when you think of “Made in Japan”? What about China? South Korea? The U.S.? “Made in …” conjures up perceptions of quality, style, and brand. We speak to a panel of manufacturing pioneers from the world’s biggest companies who are building jobs and factories in India.

DISRUPTORS

  • All around the world, technology is allowing young, nimble companies to disrupt business as usual. Some of the most innovative firms are right here in Asia. Can tech help India leapfrog its rivals?

SECRETS OF LEADERSHIP II

  • What are the secrets to being a leader in good times and bad, through transition and uncertainty? How do successful leaders create an environment where ideas are presented without hierarchy, and then go on to flourish?

ASIA 2O2O

  • Asia is primed to grow at a much faster rate than Europe or the Americas over the next decade. Yet the region faces major environmental and economic challenges. In order to ensure that Asia’s growth is smart growth, countries and governments must collaborate and learn from one another.
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Fareed Zakaria
  • India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
  • John Chambers, former CEO Cisco
  • Anand Mahindra, CEO Mahindra 
  • Banmali Agrawala, CEO India and S. Asia, GE
  • Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman, Aditya Birla Group
  • Kunal Bahl, CEO Snapdeal 
  • Michael Perry, DJI  
  • Google – Rajan Anandan  
  • Rishi Jaitly, Twitter Asia
  • Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes
  • Kevin Rudd, former PM of Australia and Pres. of the Asia Society
  • George Yeo, former Singapore politician
  • Chairman of Kerry Logistics Network
 

KEY PROFILE OF MODERATORS:

  • Richard Quest
  • Andrew Stevens

11:3O to 13:OO hours

Maharashtra Innovates – NEXT STEP

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 11:30 to 13:00 hrs
  • VENUE: Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
  • HALL NO: 15
 

OVERVIEW:

Maharashtra State Innovation Council is organizing a special mentoring session panel discussion on “Maharashtra Innovates – NEXT STEP”. This session would showcase start ups in Maharashtra which exemplify Innovation being commercialized in the state through Formal/Informal Incubation. Government of Maharashtra through State Innovation Council is creating ideal platform to nurture innovations and groom start ups. The event shall be mentored by well known mentors. This would be a golden opportunity to interact with over 250 highly promising technology start ups from the state of Maharashtra.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Innovators
  • Start Ups
  • Start Up Mentors
  • Technology providers
  • IPR firms
  • Academia
  • Industries looking for new products and opportunities for acquisition
  • Risk Capital firms like Angel , VC, PE, HNIs, R&D institutions etc.

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Textiles

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 11:30 to 13:00 hrs
  • VENUE: MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
  • HALL NO: 14
 

OVERVIEW:

Textiles Department, Government of Maharashtra is organising a Seminar on ‘Textiles in Maharashtra: Golden Weave for Economic Growth’ to highlight the importance of the Textiles Sector to the State’s Economy, with massive impact in terms of output, exports and employment. The sector is also a huge employment generator for both skilled and unskilled labour and accounts for 11.4 % to India’s textiles and apparel output. The Seminar will discuss the prominence of Textile Parks across the State and discuss about:

  • Textiles in Maharashtra and Role In Manufacturing
  • Learnings from Global Experiences/ Best Practices Sharing

The Seminar would provide an opportunity to discuss about the present status of the textile sector in the State and also address various concern areas pertaining to technological upgradation, Research and Development and encouragement of inter- firm linkages.

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Senior Industry Leaders
  • Senior Government Officials
 

Key profile of Participants:

  • Industry Captains
  • Senior Representatives from all business verticals
  • Senior representatives from foreign organizations
  • Investors (National and International)

Sectoral Seminar on Role of Capital Markets and Micro & Small Industrial Clusters for enabling SMEs

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 11:30 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 16
 

THEMES:

-Session - I on Role of Capital Markets - Enabling SMEs for Make in India Movement

-Session - II on Micro & Small Industry Clusters

  • Presentation on Readymade Orange City Garment Cluster, Nagpur.
  • Experience Sharing with various Micro & Small Clusters
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Apurva Chandra Principal Secretary, Industries Government of Maharashtra
  • Shri. Ravi Varanasi, Chief- Business Development, NSE, Mumbai
  • Shri. Nagraj Garla, MD & CEO, IDBI Capital Market Services Ltd.
  • Shri. A P Sarma, CEO - SIDBI Venture Capital Ltd
  • Shri K Mukundan, CEO-UTI Capital market
  • Smt. Manisha Mehta, Promoter, Perfect Infra Engineers Ltd., Mumbai
  • Dr. Pradeep Bavadekar, MD, Mitcon Consultancy, Pune
  • Shri . Madhu K Nair, CMD - ‎Enestee Engineering Ltd, Nagpur
  • Shri. Ravi Varanasi, Chief - Business Development, NSE, Mumbai
  • Dr. Surendra Kumar Bagde, Secretary ( Small & Medium Industries) & Development Commissioner (Industries) Government of Maharashtra
  • Shri. Vipul Panchmatia, Nagpur
  • Shri. Sagar Shinde, General Engineering & Allied Industries Cluster, Pune
  • Shri. Amar Desai, Mango Processing Cluster, Ratnagiri
  • Shri. Sisodiya, Rubber Cluster, Aurangabad
  • Shri. Vinod Jogdand, Khawa Cluster, Bhoom, Dist. Osmanabad
  • Shri. Madhav Ghuse, Turmeric Cluster, Waigaon, Dist. Wardha
  • Smt. Chhaya Wadekar, Readymade garment Cluster, Kada - Ashti, Dist. Beed
  • Shri. Subhash Desai, Minister (Industries), Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai
  • Shri K Nandakumar Chairman, CII MSME Sub-Committee & Chairman & Managing Director Chemtrols Industries Ltd

13:OO TO 16:OO HOURS

HARYANA INVESTOR SUMMIT - 'Happening Haryana'

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 13:00 to 16:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the event is to showcase the investment opportunities in the state of Haryana.

 

THEMES:

ADVANTAGE HARYANA

  • Investor Facilitation and Ease Of Doing Business
  • Wide range of fiscal policies and Incentives favourable for private, domestic and foreign investments
  • Strong MSME industry that covers segments such as power looms, stone crushing, agricultural processing, readymade garments and textiles, with prominent clusters in Gurgaon, Faridabad, Bahadurgarh, Karnal, Panipat
  • Large base of skilled manpower
  • Strategic Location and Good Connectivity
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Shri Manohar Lal, Hon'ble Chief Minister, Haryana
  • Capt. Abhimanyu, Hon'ble Industries Minister, Haryana
  • Shri D S Dhesi, Chief Secretary, Haryana
  • Shri Devender Singh, Principal Secretary - Industries, Haryana
  • Industry Captains from Manufacturing Sector
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representatives from Government of Haryana
  • Industry captains from Manufacturing Sector
    • Automobile & Auto Components
    • Defence & Aerospace
    • Railways; Textiles
    • Footwear
    • ESDM
    • Food Processing
    • Renewable Energy
    • R&D organizations
  • Investors (National and International)

14:OO TO 16:3O HOURS

INDIA – POLAND: FUTURE VISTAS

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 16:30 hrs
  • VENUE: Hall 18, MIIC
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

Seminar Chaired by H.E. Piotr Glinski, Deputy Prime Minister, Government of Poland, accompanied by Mr. Radoslaw Domagalski, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Economic Development, Government of Poland and a high level business delegation from Poland. Delegates represent: Food Processing/ Energy Sector/ Green Energy/ Machinery/Furniture sector

14:OO TO 17:OO HOURS

CHHATTISGARH INVESTOR SUMMIT

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 15
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the event is to showcase the manufacturing investment opportunities, inherent strengths and strengths developed over a period of time, sectors with immense growth potentials and industrial infrastructure

 

THEMES:

Value for Investment

  • Inherent strengths and strengths developed over a period of time
  • Sectors with immense growth potentials
  • Ease of Doing Business and Low Cost of Doing Business

Smart City and Industrial Infrastructure

  • Naya Raipur: The first greenfield capital smart city of India
  • Strengthening railway connectivity through Special Purpose Vehicle
  • Developing state of the art industrial infrastructure
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Dr. Raman Singh, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Chhattisgarh
  • Shri. Amar Agarwal, Hon’ble Industries Minister, Government of Chhattisgarh
  • Shri. Vivek Dhand, Chief Secretary, Government of Chhattisgarh
  • Shri. Aman Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary to Hon’ble Chief Minister
  • Shri. Subodh Kumar Singh, Secretary, Department of Commerce & Industries, Government of Chhattisgarh
  • CEO, NRDA
  • CEO, CHiPs
  • CEO, CREDA
  • CEO, CSSDA
  • Director Industries
  • Managing Director, CSIDC
  • Managing Director, Department of Tourism
  • Director, Institutional Finance
  • Top executives from global companies having presence in Chhattisgarh
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • CFOs, CEOs, CXOs, CMDs, Indian & Global Investors, Industrialist, Business Community
  • Representatives from potential global investors
  • Sector experts
  • Industry captains and Trade bodies
  • Policy makers
 

STATE DELEGATION:

  • Hon’ble Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh
  • Hon’ble Minister (Industries)
  • Chief Secretary Shri Vivek Dhand
  • Shri. Subodh Kumar Singh Secretary to HCM and Commerce & Industries
  • Shri. Aman Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary to HCM and Electronics & IT
  • Shri. Rajat Kumar, CEO, NRDA
  • Shri. Kartikeya Goel, Director Industries
  • Shri. Sunil Mishra, Managing Director, CSIDC

Odisha Investor Meet

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 16
 

THEMES:

A. Advantage Odisha

  • Release of Odisha’s Long Term Industrial Development Plan - Vision 2025
  • Launch of e-Biz online platform and online Common Inspection Framework
  • Address by Industry Captains
  • Address by Shri Naveen Patnaik, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Odisha
  • Key Provisions of Industrial Policy Resolution 2015
  • Doing Business framework in Odisha
  • Investment opportunities in focus sectors:
    • Ancillary and downstream in metal sector
    • Chemicals, Plastics and Petrochemicals
    • Electronics Manufacturing
    • Food processing including sea food
    • Textiles including technical textiles
  • Investing in Odisha- Experience Sharing by Industry Leaders
  • Open House Discussion
 

STATE DELEGATION:

  • Hon’ble Chief Minister, Odisha
  • Hon’ble Minister (Industries)
  • Hon’ble Minister (Information Technology and Energy)
  • Chief Secretary
  • Development Commissioner and Additional Chief Secretary (Finance)
  • Principal Secretary (Industries)
  • Principal Secretary (Information Technology)
  • Managing Director, Odisha Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation
  • Other senior officials from the Government
  • Private sector representatives
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representatives from Industries intending to invest in Odisha
  • Industry Captains

 

Investment Intention Form

Japan Investor Meet

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 16:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 17
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

An opportunity to learn about ongoing Japanese projects as well as investment plans of Japanese Government and Industries in India.

 

THEMES:

-Japan Country Session

-“Ingenious Contribution to Manufacturing”

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Hiroto Izumi, Special Advisor to Prime Minister of Japan
  • Dr Arvind Panagariya, Vice Chairman of Niti Aayog of India
  • Mr Amitabh Kant, Secretary to Government of India
  • Mr Ajay S Shriram, Past President, CII Member, India Japan Business Leaders Forum & Chairman & Senior Managing Director, DCM Shriram Limited
  • Mr Seiji Takagi, Deputy Director General of Trade Policy Bureau of METI

UNIDO Seminar – Thinking out of the box Innovation for Industry and Industry for Innovation

  • DATE: 14th February, Sunday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 16:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: Board Room
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

As an interactive and creative lab the forum will gather experts to share, new innovative ideas, management systems and technologies fostering an out of the box thinking to identify strategic options for least developed, middle income and BRICS.

Specifically it will show how innovation can foster industrialization and social, economic and environmental sustainability. Emphasis will be put on the implementation of the SDG9 liking innovation, infrastructure, inclusive and sustainable industrialization.

Click here for event details

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Li Yong – DG UNIDO

1O:OO to 13:OO hours

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Electronics & IT

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 18
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the event is to showcase the investment opportunity and success stories in Digital India and ICTE manufacturing in India.

 

THEMES:

Electronic Manufacturing – India’s Advantage

  • Investment Opportunities (Potential for Semi-conductor manufacturing, Enabling Policies)
  • Existing & Upcoming Electronics Manufacturing clusters and its Benefits for setting up a manufacturing unit in it
  • Showcase strategic advantage to promote India as the hub of Strategic Electronic manufacturing – Cost, Logistics & Technology, Large Consumer market
  • Success stories of Private sector investments in India/Recent investments

DIGITAL INDIA

  • Digital Infrastructure – Challenges & Opportunities (Internet Penetration, National Optical Fiber Network, Railway Stations (Wi-Fi) etc)
  • Smart governance
  • Policy initiatives to promote electronics and IT equipment manufacturing in India
  • Recent/ planned investments – Rationale & success stories
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad, Minister for Communications and IT, Government of India
  • Mr J S Deepak, Secretary, DeitY, Government of India
  • Ms Aruna Sharma, Secretary, DeitY, Government of India
  • Dr Ajay Kumar, Additional Secretary, DeitY, Government of India
  • Mr Rajiv Bansal, Joint Secretary, DeitY, Government of India
  • Mr Kiran Karnik, Chairman, CII National Committee on Telecom and Broadband
  • Dr BVR Mohan Reddy, Executive Chairman, Cyient Ltd
  • Prof Rajat Moona, Director General, C-DAC
  • Mr Grant Kuo, Managing Director, Mediatek
  • Mr Sunil Lalvani, President, Qualcomm
  • Mr Hari Om Rai, Chairman and Managing Director, Lava
  • Mr Vinod Sharma, Managing Director, Deki Electronics
  • Mr Vikram Desai, President, Electronic Industries Association of India (formely ELCINA)
  • Mr S Thiruvadi, Managing Director, CVCFL
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representative from Ministry of Communications & IT
  • Representative from Department of Electronics & IT, Department of Technology
  • Academic institutions
  • CXOs from industry
  • Investors (National and International)
  • Industry associations
  • Industry Experts

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Oil & Gas

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 15
 

THEMES:

-Session 1: Downstream- Refining Sector Perspective

-Session 2: Midstream – Infrastructure Development For Hydrocarbons

-Session 3: Upstream- Encouraging Investments in E & P

-Valedictory Session

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of State (I/C) for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India
  • Mr Kapil Dev Tripathy, Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas
  • Mr U P Singh, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India
  • Mr Sandeep Poundrik, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India
  • Mr DK Sarraf, Chairman and Managing Director, Oil and Natural Gas Company Ltd
  • Mr Sanjay Gupta, Chairman and Managing Director, Engineers India Ltd
  • Mr Ajay N Deshpande, Director-Technical, Engineers India Ltd
  • Mr Anish Agarwal, Director, Pipeline, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd
  • Dr Ashutosh Karnatak, Director-Projects, Gail (India) Ltd
  • Mr B K Datta, Director Refineries, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd
  • Mr B K Namdeo, Director-Refineries, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd
  • Mr Rajender Singh, Director-Technical, Petronet LNG
  • Mr Sanjiv Singh, Director, Refineries, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd
  • Mr Shashi Shanker, Director (T&FS), Oil and Natural Gas Company Ltd
  • Mr A K Singh, Executive Director-Projects, Gail (India) Ltd
  • Mr Sashi Mukundan, Regional President and Head of Country, BP Exploration (Alpha) Ltd
  • Mr Lalit Kumar Gupta, Managing Director & CEO, Essar Oil Ltd
  • Mr Sujit Kumar, Country Manager, India, Bangladesh & Sri Lanka, Schlumberger Asia Services
  • Mr Mukesh Surana, Chief Executive Officer, Prize Petroleum
  • Mr Anshuman Maheshwari, Partner, AT Kearney
  • Ms Soma Banerjee, Principal, Energy & Infrastructure, Confederation of Indian Industry
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representative from Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
  • Representatives from Government of India central and state ministries
  • Representatives of embassies and foreign trade missions
  • Representative from Public Sector Undertakings and Private Companies
  • Representatives from International Oil & Gas Companies and Service Providers
  • Representatives and Consultancies and Academia

Sectoral seminar on Capital Goods and Engineering: Realising the Make in India Vision

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 17
 

OVERVIEW:

Capital goods forms the backbone of the manufacturing sector. India post-independence has laid a lot of emphasis on heavy engineering. India’s journey in heavy engineering and capital goods has been of ‘total dependence to self-reliance’. The key focus is now on strengthening the complete eco-system to propel India on the path of becoming a ‘Global Leader in Capital Goods Manufacturing’

 

THEMES:

A. INDIA AS A WORLD CLASS ‘CAPITAL GOODS’ MANUFACTURING NATION (PLENARY SESSION)

  • Show-casing journey of Heavy Engineering Industry in India from total dependence to self-reliance
  • India’s surge as an upcoming world class ‘Capital Goods’ Manufacturing Nation

B. FOSTERING INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR MAKING “MAKE IN INDIA” HAPPEN” (PANEL DISCUSSION)

 

MODERATOR OF PLENARY SESSION:

  • Mr Nikhil Sawhney, Co –Chairman, CII National Committee on Capital Goods and Engineering and Managing Director, Triveni Turbine Ltd
 

MODERATOR OF PANEL DISCUSSION:

  • Dr. Saraswat, Member NITI Aayog
 

KEY PROFILE OF EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS (WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE):

  • Representatives from top management from major heavy engineering firms
  • Representatives from key policy decision makers from Government of India
  • Investors from abroad who want to invest in this sector
  • Key office bearers from nations in the Indian Subcontinent
  • Top technical academic institutions delegates (relevant professors and students to drive R&D in the sector)
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon’ble Minister of Heavy Industries
  • Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
  • Joint Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
  • Mr Vipin Sondhi, Chairman, CII National Committee on Capital Goods and Engineering and Managing Director, JCB India Ltd
  • Mr Atul Sobti, Chairman and Managing Director, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
  • Director – R&D (BHEL)
  • CXO’s of major private heavy engineering firms
  • Key CXOs from technology/R&D organization
  • Key HODs from key academic institutions

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Power & Coal

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

THEMES:

SESSION 1: MOVING TOWARDS RELIABLE, SUSTAINABLE & AFFORDABLE POWER

Power is one of the most critical and strategic components of infrastructure affecting economic growth. In fact, the growth of the Indian economy in many senses is determined by the growth of the power sector. This becomes even more important keeping in context the aims of our economy which is a developing one and the issue of balancing growth with equity. Clearly, it is critical to ensure the availability of reliable and affordable power to all the citizens of India. As a step in this direction the Government has set a goal of Power for All by 2019. Importantly given the growing challenge of climate change, it is essential that the power is generated in a sustainable way. This session will provide a platform for stakeholders across the power value chain to deliberate on the strategies/solutions that need to be adopted to ensure availability of reliable power and the policy interventions that need to be put into place to achieve the Government’s goal.

SESSION 2: MIDSTREAM – INDIA’S COAL STORY: CRISES, CHALLENGES, REFORMS AND OPPORTUNITIES

This session will provide an insight in the key achievements of the coal sector and the emerging business opportunities in the sector. Panelists will deliberate on the progress made, the reforms that have been undertaken to put this sector on a strong growth path and the investment opportunities in the Sector. Also, perspectives would be presented on the Commercial mining, future production targets and opportunities for the private sector to be a part of the Coal success story in India.

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Anil Sardana, Chairman, CII National Committee on Power and CEO and Managing Director, Tata Power
  • Mr Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (I/C), Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy
  • Mr B N Sharma, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Power
  • Mr M K Goel, Chairman and Managing Director, Power Finance Corporation
  • Mr Rajeev Sharma, Chairman and Managing Director, Rural Electric Corporation
  • Mr A K Jha, Chairman and Managing Director, National Thermal Power Corporation
  • Mr I S Jha, Chairman and Managing Director, Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd
  • Mr Ravi Arya, CEO Hindustan Powerprojects Private Ltd
  • Mr Rajiv Mishra, Co-Chair, CII National Committee on Power and Managing Director, CLP India
  • Mr Anil Swarup, Secretary, Ministry of Coal
  • Mr S Bhattacharya, CMD, Coal India Ltd
  • Mr Rajiv R. Mishra, CMD, Western Coal Fields (WCL)
  • Mr Prabir Neogi, President, Regulatory Affairs, RP Goenka Group
  • Mr Satish Pai, Deputy Managing Director, Hindalco Industries Limited
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representatives from Ministry of Power
  • Representatives from Ministry of Coal
  • Representatives from Government of India central and state ministries
  • Representatives of embassies and foreign trade missions
  • Representative from Public Sector Undertakings and Private Companies
  • Representatives from Power and Coal Companies and EPC Contractors
  • Representatives and Consultancies and Academia

MAHARASHTRA INVESTMENT SEMINAR

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • VENUE: Conference Hall No 2, Make in India Centre, MMRDA Grounds
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the event is to showcase Maharashtra’s achievements and opportunities for investment for fostering the State’s growth. The event will also highlight the state’s offerings and friendly policy regime to consolidate its position as a preferred investment destination.

 

THEMES:

-Presentation & Video on Investment Opportunities In Maharashtra

-Reforms on Ease of Doing Business

-Unveiling of State Policies on

  • Retail
  • Electronics
  • Port
  • SC/ST
  • Single Window

-Panel Discussion on – 'Maharashtra Leading the Way Forward for India’s Manufacturing'

-Launch of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) logo & website & Film on DMIC Highlights of the Project

-Experience Sharing

-Panel Discussion on – “Make in Maharashtra – Laying the New Game Plan for Success”

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Devendra Fadnavis, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra
  • Dr Pawan Goenka Chairman, CII National Committee on Intellectual Property and Executive Director & Group President – (Auto & Farm Sector), Mahindra & Mahindra
  • Mr Piyush Goyal, Union Minister of State (/IC) for Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy
  • Ms Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry
  • Mr Mukesh Ambani, Chairman & Managing Director, Reliance Industries Ltd
  • Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Trusts
  • Mr Keoki Sears, Global Director- Programme Management, CH2M HILL
  • Dr Andreas Lauermann, President & Managing Director, Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd
  • Mr Kaher Kazem, President & Managing Director, General Motors India
  • Mr Parag Satpute,  Managing Director & Country Manager, Sandvik Asia Pvt Ltd
  • Mr Suresh Prabhu, Union Minister for Railways
  • Mr Nitin Jairam Gadkari, Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport and Highways
  • Mr Anant Geete, Union Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises of India
  • Mr Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister of State(IC) for  Environment, Forests and Climate Change
  • Mr Hansraj Ahir, Union Minister of State for Chemicals and Fertilizers
  • Mr Swadheen S Kshatriya, Chief Secretary, Government of Maharashtra
  • Mr GVK Reddy, Founder & Chairman & Managing Director, GVK Group
  • Mr Sajjan Jindal, Chairman & Managing Director, JSW Steel Ltd
  • Mr Paolo Colella, Head of Region, Ericsson India

1O:OO to 18:OO

THE GLOBAL DESIGN & INNOVATION SESSION: BRANDING INDIA GLOBALLY

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 18:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 16
 

About The Luxury League:

The Luxury League is India's first, most powerful & influencial platform for branding Indian Luxury globally.

Mission:

The main goal of The Luxury League is to promote dynamism, creativity and innovation in the luxury industry. It aims at creating a consortium internationally by targeting decision makers, luxury brands, designers and the consumers.

 

THEMES:

The Leadership Session (10:00 - 13:30 hours)

  • 10:30 - 12:00 hours: The international strategies that stimulate economic growth in the luxury industry of countries. Analyzing the investing strategies and policies that impact the multifaceted Luxury
  • 12:00 - 13:30 hours: Strategies that enhance the Global image of countries. The role of Design in the Branding of a Nation & the new concept of branding -products & people will be discussed.

The Branding Session (14:30 - 18:00 hours)

  • 14:30 - 18:00 hours: Inception, Creation & the Marketing of a Brand. Analyzing the growth in diverse sectors of Design & Innovation. 
    Design & how life develops from almost nothing.
  • 16:30 - 18:00 hours: The Theory of Luxury Evolution: The Luxury Tree. What is the missing link and where are we today?
 

KEY SPEAKERS (as per program schedule):

  • Ms. Ritu Beri (Founder, The Luxury League)
  • Smt. Nirmala Sitaraman (Minister of Commerce and Industry)
  • Sh. Amitabh Kant (Secretary DIPP)
  • Sh. N.K. Singh (Senior Indian Politician)
  • Mr. Patrick Thomas (Ex-CEO, Hermes International)
  • Mr. Chinmai Sharma (Chief Revenue Officer, Taj Group)
  • Mr. Rana Kapoor (Managing Director & CEO, Yes Bank)
  • Mr. Ravi Capoor (CEO – IBEF)
  • Sh. Shashi Tharoor (Politician – India)
  • Mr. Sunil Alagh (Founder – SKA Advisor Pvt. Ltd., India)
  • Ms. Brune Buonomano (Deputy General Director, BETC Luxe)
  • Mr. Suhel Seth (Managing Partner Councelage India)
  • Sh. Piyush Goyal (Minister of State for Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy, India)
  • Mr. Francois Richier (French Ambassador)
  • Mr. Francis Kurkdjian (Contemporary Perfumer)
  • Mr. Stephane Parmentier (Artistic Director, Christofle, Paris)
  • Ms. Malavika Sangghvi (Co-founder, Sanguine)
  • Ms. Radha Kapoor (Founder & Executive Director, Indian School of Design & Innovation)
  •  Ms. Mia Lundstrom (Global Creative Director, Ikea)
  • Ms. Antigone Schilling (French Fashion Journalist)
  • Ms. Chantal Thomass (Designer)
  • Mr. Manish Arora (Designer, India)
  • Ms. Vidya Balan (Actor)
  • Ms. Bandana Tewari (Fashion Features Director, Vogue, India)
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Senior Politicians
  • Industry leaders
  • CEOs of various industries
  • Eminent personalities from Fashion Industry

14:OO to 17:OO hours

SEMINAR ON MAKE IN INDIA: THE WAY FORWARD

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 2
 

OVERVIEW:

Launched in 2014 by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Make in India is a national program designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure.

To this end, the Government of India has undertaken several reform initiatives to create an enabling environment for manufacturing, design, innovation and start-ups. The conference aims to provide a platform for industry leaders, policymakers and key players to discuss the impact of Make in India.

 

THEMES:

A. Make in India’s achievements to date

  • How India became the world’s fastest growing economy
  • Accelerating India’s growth rate of 7.3%

B. Government of India’s innovative initiatives

  • Make in India
  • Digital India
  • 100 Smart Cities
  • Skill India

C. Potential investment and manufacturing opportunities across key focus sectors

D. Charting the direction and the next steps to help further the impact of Make in India

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, Confederation of Indian industry
  • Mr Amitabh Kant, Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India
  • Mr Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman, Aditya Birla Group, Ms Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of State (I/C) for Commerce and Industry, Government of India
  • Mr Manohar Parrikar, Minister of Defence, Government of India
  • Dr A Didar Singh, Secretary General, FICCI
  • Dr Janmejaya  Sinha, Chairman- Asia Pacific, The Boston Consulting Group
  • Mr Cesar Fragozo, Hon’ble Minister for Asia and Middle East, ProMéxico
  • Mr Phil Shaw, Chief Executive, Lockheed Martin India Pvt Ltd
  • Mr Ashok Lavasa, Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Government of India
  • Mr Banmali Agrawala, President & CEO, GE South Asia
  • Mr D Shivakumar, Chairman & CEO, PepsiCo India Holdings Pvt Ltd
  • Mr Sunil Mathur, Managing Director & CEO, Siemens Limited
  • Mr Sumit Sawhney, Country CEO & Managing Director, Renault India Operations
  • Mr Manu Jain, India Head, Xiaomi Technology India Pvt Ltd

MAKE IN MUMBAI

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 14:30 to 17:30 hrs
  • VENUE: Conference Hall No 18, , Make in India Centre, MMRDA Grounds
 

OVERVIEW:

  • Mumbai, the biggest metropolis of India, is the ninth most populous city in the world and is wealthiest city in the country. Mumbai is the financial, commercial and entertainment capital of India and is also one of the world's top ten centres of commerce in terms of global financial flow, generating 6.16% of India's GDP and accounting for 25% of industrial output.
  • The presence of world class companies in Mumbai make the City what it is. Mumbai is also the primary financial centre for India, both the major Indian stock exchanges (BSE and The National Stock Exchange), brokerages, asset management companies (including majority of the mutual fund companies), headquarters of most Indian state-owned and commercial banks, as well as the financial & monetary regulatory authorities of India (SEBI and RBI among other institutions).
  • The Seminar on ‘Make In Mumbai’ proposes to showcase Mumbai as the Business Capital of India, and discussions will be based on the key themes of :
    • ‘Mumbai : The Business Destination’ AND
    • ‘Mumbai : The NextGen City’
  • While the initial session highlights the positive aspects of Mumbai as a safe and secure city, with developed infrastructure facilities, metropolitan facilities, necessary for development of business; the second session ushers in the human aspect where we talk about Mumbai as the NextGen City, providing scope for growth of a healthy lifestyle, career and business to people from all across the country. The Session will also celebrate the success stories of Indian & Global MNC’s furthering the development aspect of the City.
  • Mr Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, has been invited to be the Chief Guest at the session.
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Maharashtra
  • Mrs Snehal Ambekar, Mayor of Mumbai
  • Mr Ajoy Mehta, Global Business Destination Commissioner, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai
  • Mr Dinesh Malkani, President, CISCO India and SAARC
  • Mr GV Sanjay Reddy, Vice Chairman, GVK Group
  • Mr Rana Kapoor, Managing Director & CEO, YES Bank
  • Mr Swadheen Kshatriya, Chief Secretary, Government of Maharashtra
  • Mr Manish Agarwal, Head - Infrastructure Business, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Mr Ashish Chauhan, Managing Director & CEO, Bombay Stock Exchange
  • Mr K P Bakshi, Home Secretary, Government of Maharashtra
  • Mr Urvinder Pal Singh Madan, Commissioner, Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Development Authority (MMRDA)
  • Mr Nikhil Meswani, Executive Director, Reliance Industries Limited
  • Mr Dattatray Padsalgikar, Commissioner of Police, Mumbai
  • Mr Richard Fisher, Editor, BBC Future
  • Mr Purushottam Kaushik, Managing Director - Sales, CISCO India & SAARC
  • Mr Neeraj Gupta, Managing Director, MERU Cabs
  • Mr Sudhir Mishra, Director & Film Personality
  • Ms Anu Madgavkar, Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute
  • Mr Rajesh Ghatge, Managing Director & CEO, iCare Learning
  • Mr Ajay Garg, Founder & Managing Director, Equirus Capital (P) Ltd
  • Mr Rahul Maroo, Vice President, Construction & Real Estate Industry

SECTORAL SEMINAR ON OPPORTUNITIES IN MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 15
 

MAKE IN INDIA, SHOW THE WORLD

The Make in India call by the Prime Minister of India was an inspiring call for India to be associated with designing, shaping and building great products.

Here is an India waking up to the anticipation of an exciting and better future on every front: jobs, connectivity, sanitation, infrastructure, and investments. And underlining all of that was the idea of things Made in India. It covers the Media & Entertainment sector as a key contributor to the program and promotes creative services, production, shooting location and offshoring.

A converged India will thrive in a connected world. We have to embrace to this reality. India is a young creative nation. We are rich in culture and have a strong heritage. We could be the international hub for global content. Let’s create in India for the world. Make in India, Show the World. We have entered a new age of innovation in media and entertainment. One where the boundaries have blurred between storytelling and the technologies that deliver great stories to consumers. Broadband technology and increasing penetration of smartphones and other connected devices are facilitating the emergence of a new ecosystem that will still rely on the same storytellers to engage and entertain large consumer audiences. It will also create exciting new opportunities for the Made in India brand to shine across the world.

On Digital Platforms, a global audience is a click away and the world is our playground. The challenge is to produce films, music and special interest content like yoga, food recipes and kids programming in English and major international languages that export and showcase India’s rich wisdom, heritage and culture to the world. At the same time, when one is working on universal subjects and animation, gaming and visual effects, one can create a global edge.

Content creation in the digital format will allow the Indian creative community to access the world through new media platforms - “Made in India for the World”.

Also, in the M&E sector, Indian companies have to invest in developing skills for international marketing and distribution. This can happen only with collaborations and co-productions. Make in India has great potential.

 

THEMES:

A. Inaugural Session: ‘Make in India & M&E’:

The right call “Make in India” at the right time! &the right direction “Made in India” show the world. The Inaugural session spells out some success stories of India.

B. Make in India Redefining Creative Content design framework

Emergence of State government & central government policy’s encouraging the creative content & Design stake holders to leverage the potential to build world class products. Ease of doing business through co-productions, single window clearances, production visas and up-grading the infrastructure for productions design.

C. Make in India: The Creative Service Hub of the World

Education and skill development institutional design to build world class creative manpower to deliver the content in the ever evolving Digital content economy. Setting India at the center stage to create creative content delivery beyond the global standards.

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Senior representative from Ministry of MIB
  • Senior representatives from M & E Industry
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Industry captains
  • Representatives from Ministry of Coal
  • Technology firms
  • R&D organizations
  • Investors (National and International)

SECTORAL SEMINAR ON OPPORTUNITIES IN CHEMICALS & PETROCHEMICALS

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 17
 

THEMES:

INDIA AS A GLOBAL CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING HUB

  • Showcasing Global Competitiveness of Indian Chemical & petrochemical Industry
  • Growth Potential & Investment Opportunities in Emerging Sectors - Agrochemical, Polymers and Specialty Chemicals.
  • The Indian Chemicals & Petrochemicals Industry - An enabler for other industries to deliver the objectives of signature campaigns like ‘Make in India’, ‘Swachh Bharat’, etc
  • Showcasing Success Story of an Indian Chemical & Petrochemical Organization

Panel Discussion: “Green Chemistry: A Sustainable, Competitive and Economically Viable Approach to Make in India”

  • Providing Green Solutions – Economic Viability, Addressing National Challenges and Protecting the Environment
  • Sustainable Processes and Enhanced Efficiency in Chemical Manufacturing
  • Growth Potential of the Sector and Way Ahead
  • Industry Perspective and Expectations
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr N B Godrej Chairman, CII National Committee on Chemicals and MD, Godrej Industries Ltd
  • The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), UK*
  • Mr Vijay Shankar Pandey Secretary, Dept. of Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Govt. of India
  • Mr Ananth Kumar* Hon’ble Minister, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Govt. of India
  • Ms S F Vakil Chairperson, CII Sub Committee on Standards & Regulatory Regimes and CMD, Dai-Ichi Karkaria Ltd
  • Dr Raman Ramachandran Chairman & Managing Director BASF India Ltd, Head-BASF, South Asia
  • Mr Rupark Sarswat Chairman, CII Sub-Committee on Feedstock and Managing Director, Croda India Company
  • Mr Ashok Hiremath Chairman & Managing Director Astec Lifesciences Ltd
  • Padma Shri Prof G D Yadav Vice Chancellor and R.T. Mody Distinguished Professor; J.C. Bose National Fellow (Govt. of India); ICT, Mumbai
  • Dr Arup Basu President (Chemicals) TATA Chemicals Ltd
  • Dr R Rajagopal CEO, KnowGenix
 

KEY PROFILE OF MODERATORS:

  • Mr Samir Kr Biswas, Joint Secretary (Chemicals), Dept. of Chemicals & Petrochemicals
  • Mr Nilotpol Kar, Business Director, Construction Chemicals, BASF India Ltd
  • Dr Ajit Sapre, R&D Head, Reliance Industries Ltd
  • Dr Anil Kumar, Principal Scientist & Head, Innovation Centre, TATA Chemicals Ltd

SECTORAL SEMINAR ON OPPORTUNITIES IN RENEWABLE ENERGY

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

THEMES:

A. International Financing for Renewable Energy & Manufacturing

  • Modes to leverage international financing to expedite renewable power deployment in India
  • Innovative financing models including green bonds
  • Strategies to lower hedging costs so companies can leverage lower cost finance available from multi/bilateral agencies
  • Manufacturers’ and developers’ experiences and challenges in raising finance

B. Role of Corporates in International Solar Alliance

  • International Solar Alliance:
    • A coalition of 120 countries
    • Formed to accelerate the development and deployment of existing solar energy technologies
  • Strategies for the corporate sector to play a key role in meeting the objectives of the alliance
  • Key focus areas:
    • Opportunities for collaborations for joint research, development and demonstration
    • Capacity building
    • Technology transfers and joint ventures
  • Panelists will share:
    • Their experience in investing in clean energy in countries
    • Future plans to tap into the opportunities offered by the member countries
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (I/C), Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy
  • Mr Upendra Tripathy, Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy  
  • Mr Tarun Kapoor, Joint Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
  • Dr P C Maithani, Senior Director, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
  • Mr K S Popli, Chairman and Managing Director, IREDA
  • Mr Sumant Sinha, Co-Chair, CII National Committee on Renewable Energy & Chairman, Renew Power Ventures
  • Mr David Rasquinha, Deputy Managing Director, Export-Import Bank of India 
  • Mr Rana Kapoor, Managing Director & CEO, YES Bank and Chairman, YES Institute
  • Ms Anita Marangoly George, Senior Director, Energy and Extractive Industries Practice, World Bank Group
  • Mr Tulsi Tanti, Chairman and Managing Director, Suzlon Energy 
  • Mr Jayant Parimal, Chief Executive Officer, Adani Green Energy
  • Mr Inderpreet Wadhwa, Founder, Director and CEO, Azure Power
  • Mr Rahul Munjal, Managing Director, Hero Future Energies
  • Mr Rohit Nath, CEO & Managing Director, Alectrona Energy (Zynergy Group)
  • Mr Bunker Roy, Founder, Barefoot College
  • Mr Yashraj Khaitan, Founder and CEO, Gram Power, Inc.
  • Dr Arunabha Ghosh, CEO, Council on Energy, Environment and Water
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representatives from Government of India central and state ministries
  • Representatives of embassies and foreign trade missions
  • Representative from government, national and multilateral banks and Financial Institutions
  • Representatives from Renewable Energy developers and manufacturers
  • Representatives and civil society and academia

15:OO to 17:OO HOURS

Australia Investor Meet

  • DATE: 15th February, Monday
  • TIME: 15:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • VENUE:BOARD ROOM
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

Australia has world-leading capabilities that can contribute to the ‘Make in India’ objectives of stronger economic growth and expanding job opportunities. The Australia Session provides an opportunity to hear from some of Australia’s leading companies and innovators from a broad range of industries and across the spectrum of small, medium and large business. It will include major resources companies on the role they can play in meeting India’s energy targets; industrial design experts on supporting India’s infrastructure services and Smart Cities; an Australian company with innovative approaches to product recycling that can input into Indian manufacturing; and other speakers on transport, energy infrastructure, and pharmaceutical research. All presenters are present in the market or interested in developing a market presence.

 

THEMES:

-Australia – India partnering in Services

-Bilateral opportunities in the Gas Sector

-Inputs into Indian manufacturing

-Industrial Design and Smart Cities

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • A/g Consul General, Ms Joanne Lovejoy

  • Mr Nitin, Senior Present and Country Head, Food and Agri Strategic Advisory, Yes Bank

  • Mr Gopal Pai, Country Manager, George Clinical

  • Mr Kanishk Bhatia, Country Manager, Hastings

  • Mr Abhi Dube, CEO, Newline Metals – on automotive recycling metals

  • Mr Michael Glossop, Senior Corporate Affairs Advisor, Woodside

  • Ms Aadya Sahni, Procurement Manager, Rio Tinto

  • Mr Gaurav Gupta, Managing Director and Head, Macquarie Capital

1O:OO to 13:OO hours

INDUSTRY-ACADEMIA SYMPOSIUM

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 2
 

THEMES:

-Film on ‘IITs Contribution to Make in India’

-Panel discussion: “Learning from the Past & Way Ahead”

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Devang Khakhar Director, IIT Bombay, Mumbai
  • Dr. Amitabh Kant Secretary, DIPP, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India
  • Dr. Prof. Rt Hon Oliver Letwin Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, UK
  • Dr. Pratyush Kumar President, Boeing India
  • Baba Kalyani Chairman & MD, Bharat Forge
  • Ashutosh Sharma Secretary, DST, Govt. of India
 

KEY PROFILE OF PANELISTS:

  • Partha Pratim Chakraborty Director IIT Kharagpur
  • Bhaskar Ramamurthi Director IIT Madras
  • Dr. Amitabh Kant Secretary, DIPP, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India
  • Ashutosh Sharma Secretary, DST, GoI
  • Baba Kalyani CMD, Director Bharat Forge
  • Dr. Pratyush Kumar President, Boeing India
  • Dr. Prof. Rt Hon Oliver Letwin Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, UK

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME)

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 15
 

OVERVIEW:

The seminar will provide an overview of the Indian MSME sector, the significance of the sector in the success of the Make in India mission, a roadmap to assist Indian MSMEs attain global competitiveness through Make in India and the recent policy developments for strengthening and supporting Indian MSMEs.

 

THEMES:

SESION 1 (PANEL DISCUSSION ON): Developing a Robust Procurement Model for the Capacity Building of Indian MSMEs

The session attempts to explore and emulate successful Procurement models to provide necessary linkages and nurture the Indian MSME sector to claim a higher domestic and global market share. The session will bring to light successful global procurement models and deliberate on their adaption and adoption for Indian MSMEs as well as strategies for efficient supply chain management with a focus on the Indian MSMEs

SESSION 2 (PANEL DISCUSSION ON): An MSME Perspective on the Ease of Doing Business

The session focuses on strengthening and supporting the MSME sector in India by improving their ease of doing businesses. The discussions in the session will revolve around identifying the most crucial impediments to a conducive business environment for MSMEs, strategies to improve the global perception of Indian MSMEs, a roadmap to attract higher global investments in the sector owing to improved business climate and global best practices for ease of doing business.

SESSION 3 (PANEL DISCUSSION ON): Leveraging MSMEs through e-Commerce: Emerging Business Opportunities

As one of the most cost efficient ways of doing business, e-commerce has been generating lucrative opportunities for businesses around the globe. In light of the rapidly increasing internet penetration in the country, the session attempts to explore emerging business opportunities for Indian MSMEs through successful utilization of the various e-Commerce platforms available. The top imperatives of the session include significance of e-Commerce for Indian MSMEs, prime obstacles thwarting Indian MSMEs from availing of the opportunities emerging in the e-Commerce space and strategies to promote these platforms for MSMEs in India.

 

KEY PROFILE OF EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS (WHO SHOULD ATTEND)

  • Representatives from key investors in the country
  • Banks, NBFC’s and other financial institutions
  • Key equity investors, investing in various startups across India
  • Top technical academic institutions delegates (relevant professors and students to drive R&D in the mentioned segment)
  • Representatives from key decision makers in India
  • Representatives from top management of key MSME organizations and associations
  • Representatives from top major manufacturing firms established or entering in India
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Representatives from major established engineering and manufacturing firms in India
  • Representatives from major firms entering in India
  • Representatives from major start-ups and e-commerce players in India
  • Representatives from select MSMEs covering various sectors
  • Representatives from key investors (Indian and Foreign) investing in Indian startups and MSME’s
  • Representatives from banks, NBFC’s and other financial institutions
  • Representatives from PwC
  • Representatives from Ministry of MSME
  • Representatives from other ministries & central govt. departments such as labour, environment, finance etc.

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Aerospace & Defence

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 16
 

THEMES:

A. MAKE IN INDIA – OUTSOURCING & VENDOR DEVELOPMENT

  • Enhance SME growth through vendor development by government PSUs in defence sector
  • Promote private participation through vendor development
  • Substitution of imports through vendor development
  • Drive growth of defence industry through outsourcing it to indigenous vendors
  • Capacity building of SME industry

B. Maintenance, Repair & Operations (MRO) POTENTIAL IN CIVIL AVIATION AND DEFENCE

  • Growth Drivers for MRO in India
  • Growing Aviation Market
  • Acquisition of New Military Aircrafts,
  • Focus on Cost Optimization by Aircraft Operators.
  • India as next preferred MRO Destination - Investment Opportunities for MRO Providers
  • Enhancing cooperation between Military & Civil Sectors -Outsourcing of military MRO work to Civil MRO’s outfits
  • Perspective and Expectations – Armed forces & industry

C. PERSPECTIVES FROM FOREIGN ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER

  • Discussion on Joint Developments and JVs with Leading Indian Players
  • Augmentation of Capabilities in India
    • Manufacturing of Components in India for Global Supply Chain
    • Opportunities for Innovation -R&D Centre
    • Investments in Emerging Sector
  • Advantage India –Synergy and Success Stories
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Secretary, Department of Defence Production
  • Secretary, Department of Civil Aviation
  • Senior Representatives from following organizations
    • Garden Research Shipbuilders & Engineers (GRSE)
    • Bharat Earth Moves Limited (BEML)
    • Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
    • Larsen & Toubro (L&T)
    • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
    • TATA Advanced Systems
    • Ordinance Factory Board (OFB)
  • Air Officer in Charge (Maintenance)
  • COM (Army)
  • COM (Navy)
  • COM (Air Force)
  • Air India
  • Private Sector Firm
 

CXOs FROM SOME OF THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES:

  • Lockheed Martin, Boeing (United States)
  • Israel Aerospace Industries Limited (Israel)
  • BAE Systems, Rolls Royce (United Kingdom)
  • Airbus, Dassault Aviation (France)
  • Rosoboronexport (Russia)
  • SAAB Group (Sweden)
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representative from Department of Defence Production
  • Representatives from Department of Civil Aviation
  • Representative from Army, Navy & Air Force
  • Representatives from Defence PSUs
  • Key CXOs from technology/R&D organization
  • Academic institutions
  • CXOs from Private and Foreign Sector
  • Investors (National and International)

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Food Processing

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 17
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

With an overarching agenda on Ease of Doing Business in India, this platform has been envisaged keeping in view the business needs of the Equipment Manufacturers and the Food processors to identify potential business and investment opportunities. The platform shall facilitate networking with the existing and the potential investors, global leaders of the food processing industry, leading global equipment manufacturers and technology suppliers to the FPI, domestic industry, central and the state governments

 

THEMES:

-Make in India : Opportunities in the Food Processing sector

-Investment opportunities in Food Processing sector

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Union Minister, Ministry of Food processing Industries
  • Mr Ashish Bahuguna,Chairperson,Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)
  • Mr Avinash K Srivastava,Secretary, Ministry of Food processing Industries
  • Mr J P Meena, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Food processing Industries
  • Mr. Parag Gupta, Joint Secretary,Ministry of Food processing Industries
  • H E Mr Alphonsus Stoelinga, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
  • Mr. Laurent Marcel,Managing Director, Danone India
  • Mr. Venkatesan Chandramouli,Managing Director,Mondelez India Food Ltd
  • Mr. Kandarp Singh,Managing Director,Tetra Pak
  • Mr Mathias Krug , Strategic Purchase,Robert Bosch Packaging GmbH, Germany
  • Mr. P Ravichandran,President,Danfoss Industries Private Limited
  • Mr Sanjiv Puri,President,ITC Limited
  • Mr. Piruz Khambatta, Chairman & Managing Director,Rasna Private Limited
  • Ms. Sangeeta Pendurkar ,Managing Director,Kellogg India Private Limited
  • Mr Nitin Puri, Senior President & Country Head, Food & Agri Strategic Advisory & Research, YES Bank
  • Dr. Ajit Kumar,Vice Chancellor,NIFTEM, Kundli

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Industrial Corridors

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 18
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the event is to showcase the manufacturing investment opportunities in DMIC States of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.

 

THEMES:

Role of Industrial Corridors in shaping a New India

  • Perspective of Central government
  • Perspective of State government
  • Perspective of multi-lateral financing institutions
    • Overview
    • Challenges
    • Opportunities

ICT Master Planning for Smart Cities – Experience of DMIC cities

  • Address on “Leveraging technology and best global practices for building New Industrial Smart Cities”
  • Perspective of ICT based organization
  • Perspective of Master planning/architectural organizations
    • Overview
    • Challenges
    • Opportunities

DMIC Project: Perspective and opportunities for States

  • Presentation on Investment opportunities in DMIC states
    • Investment opportunities in Gujarat
    • Investment opportunities in Maharashtra
    • Investment opportunities in Madhya Pradesh
    • Investment opportunities in Rajasthan
    • Investment opportunities in Uttar Pradesh
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Shri Amitabh Kant, Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India
  • Shri Arvind Agarwal, ACS, Industries & Mines Department, Govt. of Gujarat
  • Shri Apurva Chandra, PS (Industries), Govt of Maharashtra
  • Shri Mohd Suleman, PS, Commerce, Industries & Employment, Govt of Madhya Pradesh
  • Shri Alkesh Kumar Sharma, CEO & MD, DMICDC
  • Shri Bhushan Gagrani, CEO, MIDC
  • Shri Ajay Shankar, Ex-Secretary, DIPP & Ex- Member Secretary, National Manufacturing Competitive Council (NMCC)
  • Shri Ravi Kanth Medithi, Chairman and Managing Director, HUDCO
  • Shri Sakamoto, Chief Representative, JICA
  • M. Teresa Kho, Country Director, ADB
  • Shri Aameer Azeemi, MD, CISCO Systems
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representative from Ministry of Commerce
  • Representative from DMICDC
  • CXOs from industry
  • Investors (National and International)
  • Industry associations
  • Industry Experts

Gujarat Investor Summit

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

OVERVIEW:

Gujarat is one of India’s most progressive states with a positive development quotient that has always capitalized on its strength to leverage strategic opportunities. Its emerging channels of progress thrive on business friendly policies, pro-people, proactive administration which has led to creation of a globally preferred investment destination.
As the spirit of enterprise persists, Gujarat today is leveraging its equity through knowledge, skill and global competence to drive future development.

 

THEMES:

A. GUJARAT – INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN GUJARAT

B. EXPERIENCE SHARING – JOURNEY TO GUJARAT

 

KEY PROFILE OF MODERATOR:

  • A renowned Automobile show journalist
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon’ble Chief Minister, Gujarat
  • Shri Pankaj Patel, Chairman, Zydus & Chairman, IIM, Udaipur
  • Shri Karan Adani, CEO, Adani Ports & SEZ- Port & Infrastructure
  • Shri Sunil Parekh, Strategic Advisor, Industries- Gujarat Golden Destination for Investment
  • Shri Ajay Pandey, Managing Director, GIFT- Invest in GIFT
  • Shri Sanajy Randhar, Managing Director, GVFL- Start ups Mission
  • Shri Piruz Khambatta, Chairman & Managing Director, Rasna Pvt Ltd- Food Processing
 

KEY PROFILE OF EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS (WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE):

  • Business Consultants
  • Economists
  • Investors from other states and abroad who want to invest in Gujarat
  • Policy makers from Govt. of India
  • Academicians and Thought Leaders

14:OO to 17:OO hours

Presentation by Hackathon winners

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 14:30 to 16:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 2
 

OVERVIEW:

  • Introduction to Hackathon
  • Presentation by Winners
  • Prize Distribution of Hackathon
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Devang Khakhar Director, IIT Bombay, Mumbai

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Pharmaceuticals

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 18
 

THEMES:

A. PLENARY SESSION ON - PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING – INDIA’S GLOBAL LEADERSHIP

The Plenary Session endeavor's to showcase the competitiveness of the pharmaceutical industry, highlight the potential opportunities in sectors like generic drugs, traditional medicine, and will also discuss success stories of private sector in India.

  • Showcasing Global Competitiveness of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry
    • Advantage India - Various advantages that India can offer to potential global and national investors. Factors like favorable demographics, availability of skilled manpower, cost efficiency, huge domestic market availability, enabling infrastructure, ease of doing business and special investment privileges like Pharma Vision 2020’, Bulk drug policy, Drug and Cosmetic Act, tax exemptions, 100% FDI.
  • Investment Potential in Emerging Fields of Pharmaceuticals – Generic Drugs, Traditional Medicine, Specialty Generic Drugs and Biosimilar
    • Discussion on growth drivers and future potential of the emerging fields like Generic Drugs, Traditional Medicine and Biosimilar within the pharmaceutical sector and how organizations can benefit by investing in these particular fields.
  • Potential Investment Opportunities in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Hubs / Infrastructure
    • Discussion on various investment opportunities available for potential investors in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
  • Showcase Success Story of an Indian/Global Pharmaceutical Organization.
    • Biocon, Sun Pharma, Lupin, Dr Reddy, Cipla - Share experiences on how they developed their organization from the grassroots level.
  • Concluding Remarks

B. PANEL DISCUSSION ON – RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

  • Strengthening Intellectual Property Rights
  • Joint Collaboration/Transfer of Technology with Global Organizations to Promote R&D in India.
  • PPP fund to promote R&D in India.
  • R&D seen as a differentiator by organizations
  • Industry Perspective and Expectations
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon’ble Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers
  • Secretary , Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers
  • Representative from
  • Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance / Organization of Pharmaceuticals Producers of India
  • AS / JS , Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers
  • CXO from a Private Organization
  • CII Subject Matter Expert
  • Senior representatives from leading Private Organizations, Academic, Regulatory Body, R&D Organizations
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representative from Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers
  • Representatives from Regulatory Body
  • Representatives from R&D Organizations
  • Academic institutions
  • CXOs from industry
  • Investors (local and international)
  • Industry associations
  • Sector Experts

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Finance & Taxation

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 17
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the event is to showcase the recent reforms undertaken in the Indian Taxation scenario, encompassing Direct and Indirect taxes, and how they support the “Make in India” initiative of the Government.

 

THEMES:

A. EMPOWER “MAKE IN INDIA” THROUGH CONSTRUCTIVE TAX AND REGULATORY REFORMS

  • Showcase recent reforms undertaken in Direct Tax in India
  • Showcase recent reforms undertaken in Indirect Tax in India
  • Technology initiatives taken for improving the Taxation Scenario in India
  • Showcase recent reforms undertaken to make the business environment of India more conducive through use of technology

B. WILL GST PROVIDE A BOOST TO “MAKE IN INDIA” CAMPAIGN?

  • Opening Remarks by moderator
  • Presentation on GST
  • Discussion + Q&A
  • Concluding Remarks
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Ms Surabhi Sinha, Member, CBDT, Ministry of Finance
  • Dr. Binod Kumar Sinha, Commissioner (Coordination & Systems), CBDT
  • Mr L Satya Srinivas, Joint Secretary (Customs), CBEC
  • Mr Jayant Mishra, Director General, Directorate of Systems
  • Smt. Malathi R Sridharan, Commissioner of Income Tax(Transfer Pricing)- I, Mumbai
  • Mr Upendra Gupta, Commissioner, GST Cell, CBEC
  • Mr Vivek Ranjan, Additional Director General, DPPR, CBEC
  • Rt Hon Oliver Letwin, MP and Minister for Government Policy, UK
  • Mr Ketan Dalal, Partner, PwC
  • Mr Neel Ratan, Partner, PwC
  • Mr Dharmesh Panchal, Partner, PwC
  • Mr Pradeep S Mehta, Secretary General, CUTS International
  • Mr Amit Patwardhan, Head of Tax – India, HSBC
  • Mr Sanjay Gulati, Vice President- Corporate IDT, GMR Group
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representatives from Ministry of Finance
  • Academic institutions
  • CXOs from industry
  • Investors (local and international)
  • Industry associations
  • Sector Experts
  • Taxation firms

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Railways

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 16
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the event is to showcase the opportunities in the rail sector, initiatives undertaken and enabling policies which can accelerate the execution of major projects and be the key driver for ‘Make In India’ initiative.

 

THEMES:

-Growth prospects and Investment opportunities in the sector

-Learnings from Success stories for faster templating

-Opportunities for manufacturing in rail and allied component

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Suresh Prabhu*, Hon'ble Minister of Railways
  • Mr A K Mital*, Chairman, Railway Board
  • Mr Hemant Kumar*, Member Mechanical, Railway Board
  • Mr Girish Pillai, Adviser, Infrastructure, Railway Board
  • Mr Vinayak Chatterjee, Chairman CII Taskforce on Railways and Feedback Infrastructure Services Ltd
  • Mr Tilak Raj Seth, Chairman, CII Rail Transportation and Equipment Division and Executive Vice-President, Siemens Ltd.
  • Mr C P Sharma, Vice Chairman CII Rail Transportation and Equipment Division
  • Mr Rajeev Jyoti, CEO (Railway Business), Larsen & Toubro Limited
  • Mr Nalin Jain, President and CEO ( Railway Business), GE Transportation & Aviation
  • Mr Saurabh Sood, President & Country Head, GATX India Private Limited
  • Mr Vishwas Moktali, Managing Director, EMD Locomotives
  • Mr Sajal Mitra*, Head (Railways), Adani Ports and SEZs

Andhra Pradesh Investor Summit

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

THEMES:

A. Driving growth through coast-led and export- oriented manufacturing

  • Andhra Pradesh is poised to evolve into India’s preferred gateway to the East, and emerge as a logistics hub of global repute building on its strength of a 974 km coastline.
  • State is strengthening its Port infrastructure with 6 operational ports, 1 port under development and 7 proposed ports
  • Andhra Pradesh is set to witness exponential growth in manufacturing output over the next 10-15 years, with three large Industrial Corridors – Visakhapatnam-Chennai Industrial Corridor (VCIC), Chennai–Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC), and Bengaluru-Kurnool Industrial Corridor
  • India’s first National Investment and Manufacturing Zone (NIMZ) to come up in the State
  • Robust industrial infrastructure – 24x7 Power, GIS enabled land bank, affordable land rates and good connectivity

B. Enabling ‘Ease of Doing business’ through robust policy framework and efficient governance

  • Andhra Pradesh ranked 2nd in the country for Ease of Doing Business by World Bank
  • Approvals to setup industry in Andhra Pradesh, covering 26 clearances across 16 departments, accorded within 21 working days through a comprehensive Single Desk Portal
  • 16 Best-In-Class policies across focus sectors encouraging skill development, cluster development, and support through various operational & capital subsidies
  • Pro industry focus through business reforms and mission based approach
  • Success stories of investments grounded in Andhra Pradesh in sectors of Electronics/ Mobile manufacturing; Renewable Energy; Automotive; Textiles; Aerospace and Defence; Food Processing; Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
  • Senior representative from State Government (Industries, Infrastructure, Energy departments)
  • Key CXOs from Industry/ Infrastructure/ Ports
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representatives from State Government
  • Industry captains
  • Infrastructure organizations
  • Investors (National and International)

Champions for Societal Manufacturing

  • DATE: 16th February, Tuesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:30 hrs
  • HALL NO: 15
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the CSM Summit is to showcase the futuristic initiatives of the National Project “Champions for Societal Manufacturing (CSM)” (erstwhile CII-VLFM) towards accelerating the competitiveness of Indian manufacturing towards Make in India.

 

THEMES:

-Realising Breakthrough in Indian Manufacturing

-Breakthrough in Industry-Academia Partnerships

-Village Buddha

-Women in Manufacturing

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Shri Amitabh Kant, Secretary, DIPP, Govt. of India*
  • Shrimati Kalpana Awasthi, Joint Secretary, DIPP, Govt. of India*
  • Shri Venu Srinivasan, Chairman, CII VLFM Initiative & Past President CII
  • Mr Yoshiaki Ito, Consul-General of Japan in Mumbai
  • Mr Takema Sakamoto, Chief Representative (JICA India)   
  • Dr Pawan Goenka, ED & Group President (Auto & Farm Sector) Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
  • Professor Shoji Shiba Chief Adviser, Champions for Societal Manufacturing
  • Shri G Sunderraman, EVP (Corporate Development) Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Co Ltd.
  • Shri Suhas Kulkarni, (G-Mark Team Designer), Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Co Ltd.
  • Shri C S Patel, Managing Trustee, SNS Foundation
  • Shri Ashoke Joshi, Chairman, Srinivasan Services Trust
  • Professor Venkatesh Balasubramanian, Department of Engineering Design, IIT Madras
  • Shrimati Anjali Pandey, India Business Country Leader, Cummins Turbo Technologies 

*Invited

1O:OO to 17:OO hours

Conference on Empowering through Design

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 2
 

THE OBJECTIVE:

India Design Forum aims to create a world-class forum to discuss design concepts for India during the MADE IN INDIA (MII) WEEK. IDF aims to engage the most prominent Indian and International designers, design practitioners, thinkers, corporates, media leaders, government representatives and academia in a debate to achieve a sustainable design advantage for India. IDF aims to promote India as the Centre for Design commerce to eventually compete with London and New York.

 

THE CONCEPT:

IDF – EMPOWERING THROUGH DESIGN aims to challenge and provoke established thinking by presenting key global issues and linking these to the opportunities available to the design sector in India. The Forum embraces international viewpoints and proposes ways in which design can be used to improve and boost national and global economies. IDF includes:

  • IDF DEISGN FORUM: Conference & Workshops
    • A full day of talks by prominent global and Indian architects, automotive sector design, product design, sustainability, value of design in manufacturing processes and innovation and creative thinking.
  • MUMBAI DESIGN TRAIL:
    • The “Mumbai Design Trail” will take place from February 13th to 16th, 2016. The program will comprise of Events in the cities creative neighborhoods to discover its unique design offerings. Selected galleries, outlets, cultural centers and artist studios will host unique exhibitions. The Mumbai Design Trail will build momentum towards the India Design Forum and highlight how design is a powerful motor that empowers the city.
 

THEMES:

-Design Life & Architecture of Sacred Spaces

-Design Thinking in the Manufacturing Process

-Future of 3D Printing

-Power of Place

-Design and Pragmatism

-Baahubali - Using Tradition, Craft & Technology in Modern Day Film Making

-1000 questions on DESIGN

-British Council Panel - Inventing the Future

-Creative collision

-Design in Mobility

-Impact of Design in Public Spaces: Mumbai T2

-Make in India Panel

IMPORTANT DATES:
  • IDF 2016: Wednesday 17th February 2016
  • IDF Design Trail: Friday 12th February - Tuesday 16th February 2016.
  • Venue: MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
  • Registrations: www.indiadesignforum.com
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Hon'ble Minister of State for Commerce and Industry (Independent Charge)*, India
  • Dr. Amitabh Kant, Secretary, DIPP*, India
  • Dr. Pradyumna Vyas, Director, NID, India
  • Mrs. Rajshree Pathy, Founder, India Design Forum, India
  • Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, Visionary, Mystic - Isha Yoga Centre, Coimbatore, India
  • Satyendra Pakhale, Principal Designer / Architect / Founder SPA Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Joris Van Tubergen, Designer, inventor and expert in the field of 3D printing, The Netherlands
  • Uli Gwinner, President, Steelcase Asia Pacific, Hong Kong
  • Matali Crasset, Industrial Designer, France
  • Shobu Yarlagadda,CEO - Arka Mediaworks - Producer of Baahubali, India
  • Thukral & Tagra, Multi product design and visual art, India
  • Priya Khanchandani, Head of Arts Programmes,British High Commission, New Delhi, India
  • Tomek & Gosia Rygalik, Product Designers, Studio Rygalik, Poland
  • V. Sumantran, Chairman, Celeris Technologies, Distinguished Visiting Professor,IIT, Madras - Auto Sector, India
  • G.V. Sanjay Reddy, Vice Chairman, GVK Power and Infrastructure Limited, India
  • Manju Sara Rajan - Editor-at-Large, CNI, India
  • Aishwarya Pathy, Co-Founder, India Design Forum, India
 

KEY PROFILE OF PANELISTS:

  • Peter Stevens, Car Designer, UK
  • Ravi Poovaiah, Senior faculty member Industrial Design Centre (IDC), IIT Bombay, India
  • James Woudhuysen - Design Writer, Educationist, U.K
  • V. Sunil, Director, Motherland Joint Ventures, Creative Director - Make in India Program, India
  • Simran Lal, CEO, Goodearth, India
  • Chris Godfrey, Architect and Designer, HBA, Residential, Singapore

1O:OO to 13:OO hours

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Roads & Highways

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 15
 

THEMES:

A. PANEL DISCUSSION ON - CONTRACT MANAGEMENT & CONSTRUCTION

Session aims to create an enabling framework to revive PPP in the sector and discuss the changes made in the existing policies and introduction of new ones. The focus now needs to be on inter-ministerial and Centre-state coordination to implement the slated initiatives.

  • New initiatives in project preparation and procurement
    • The Government has brought in a significant change in project preparation and procurement with the decision not to award projects till all major pre-construction approvals are in-place.
  • Introduction of new financing models
    • The Government has introduced new financing Models i.e. Hybrid Annuity Model, Toll-Operate-Transfer (TOT) model wherein the construction & financial risk rests with the Government
  • Revamped model of “Dispute Resolution Board”
    • The Government is set to in a revamped model of “Dispute Resolution Board” on the lines of NGT, Delhi which would be set up by an Act of Parliament for effective and expeditious disposal of cases.
  • Concluding Remarks

B. PANEL DISCUSSION ON – INNOVATIVE MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR ROADS & HIGHWAYS SECTOR

The session aims to discuss the latest technology, innovation and new practices in the sector focusing on economic viability and reduction of costs.

  • Government is working with ISRO to develop lithium-ion battery for use in vehicles which will also contribute to the ‘Make in India’ vision.
  • In order to improve road construction quality and enhancing energy security, a lot of innovative initiatives like use of waste material for road construction, preparing precast designs, use of green fuels et al are being implemented.
  • Launch of Green Highways policy 2015 in which, one per cent of the cost of highway development projects will have to be set aside for planting trees, covering both existing sections and new routes that would be added to the network.
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon'ble Minister of Road, Transport & Highways, Government of India
  • Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Government of India
  • Mr. GV Sanjay Reddy, Chairman, CII National Committee on Infrastructure and Vice Chairman, GVK Power & Infrastructure Limited
  • Mr. Nitin Gadkari, Minster of Road Transport & Highways & Shipping, Government of India
  • Shri Raghav Chandra, Chairman, NHAI
  • Ms. Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairman, SBI Limited
  • Mr. K Ramchand, President & CEO,IL&FS Transportation Networks Limited
  • Mr. Virendra Mhasikar, Chairman, IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd.
  • Mr. Sameer Bhatia, President, CRISIL Infrastructure Advisory Ltd.
  • Shri V L Patankar, Director, The Indian Academy of Highway Engineers (IAHE)
  • Shri R.C Sinha, Adviser to Hon’ble Minister of Road Transport & Highways, Govt. of India
  • Mr. Graham Dalton, Former Chief Executive, Highways England
  • Mr. Avinash Misra, Country Director & Senior Vice President, AECOM India Private Limited
  • Ms Akshima Ghate, Associate Director, Cities & Transport Team, The Energy & Resources Institute ( TERI)
  • Mr Rohit Kumar Singh
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representative from Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Government of India
  • Representative from NHAI
  • Representative from State Urban development department
  • Representative from funding agencies
  • CXO's from industry
  • Investors (local and international)
  • Industry associations
  • Urban Experts

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Automobiles & Auto Components

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 17
 

OVERVIEW:

India has emerged as one of the leading nations for the manufacturing of ‘Economy Vehicles’ and one of the major exporters as well. The feat has been achieved in a very short amount where the first passenger vehicles were exported in 1987 to becoming one of the ‘leading exporter’ of passenger vehicles currently, India has demonstrated very strong fundamentals of the Industry.

 

THEMES:

A. INDIA AS AN AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING HUB (PLENARY SESSION)

  • Strong fundamentals of Indian Auto Manufacturing, highlighting its growth and significance compared to the global scenario
  • Export potential by allied cost and technological benefits to manufacturing in India

B. GREEN TRANSPORT – FUTURE OF MOBILITY (PANEL DISCUSSION)

 

KEY PROFILE OF MODERATOR:

  • A renowned Automobile show journalist
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr Anant Talaulicar Chairman, CII Manufacturing Council and Chairman and Managing Director Cummins India Ltd.
  • Mr R K Singh Joint Secretary Department of Heavy Industry Government of India
  • Mr Ravindra Pisharody Vice President, SIAM and Executive Director (Commercial Vehicles) Tata Motors
  • Mr. Arvind Balaji President, ACMA and Joint Managing Director Lucas TVS Ltd.
  • Dr Rajan Katoch Secretary Department of Heavy Industry Government of India
  • Shri G.M Siddeshwara Hon’ble Minister of State of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises Government of India
  • Mr Jayant Davar Co-Chairman, CII Manufacturing Council and Co-Chairman and Managing Director Sandhar Technologies Ltd.
  • Mr RC Bhargava Chairman Maruti Suzuki
  • Dr Pawan Goenka Executive Director Mahindra & Mahindra Limited
  • Mr Siddharth Vinayak Patankar Editor – Auto NDTV
  • Mr Kartik Gopal Head – Strategy and Business Planning Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles Pvt Ltd
  • Mr Roland Folger Managing Director & CEO Mercedes-Benz India Pvt Ltd
  • Mr Kamal Bali Managing Director Volvo Buses India
  • Prof Devang V Khakhar Director IIT Bombay
 

KEY PROFILE OF EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS (WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE):

  • Representatives from top management from all the automobile manufacturing firms
  • Representatives of ACMA
  • Investors from abroad who want to invest in this sector (investment firms, auto manufacturers who want enter into Indian space)
  • Policy makers from Govt. of India
  • Decision makers from foreign governments having import driven automobile industry
  • Top technical academic institutions delegates (relevant professors and students)
  • R&D centres for automobile development

Jharkhand Investor Summit

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

Theme: Advantage Jharkhand

  • Jharkhand with deposits of about 40 % of the country’s mineral wealth is emerging as investment gateway to east.
  • Jharkhand is ranked 3rd in the country for Ease of Doing Business by World Bank.
  • Jharkhand is well connected through Air, Rail and Road, Golden Quadrilateral Highway passes through Jharkhand.
  • The eastern dedicated freight corridor is proposed to pass through the state
  • Jharkhand is an ideal location for EOUs interested in emerging markets of South East Asia, because of freight advantage.
 

Activities - Jharkhand Investor Summit

  • Opening Remarks by Chief Secretary, Government of Jharkhand
  • Welcome address by Honourable Chief Minster, Jharkhand
  • Jharkhand Video (Industry Investment Climate) and Presentation (Advantage Jharkhand) by Additional Chief Secretary-cum-Investment Commissioner, Department of Industries, Government of Jharkhand
  • Advantage Jharkhand - Panel Discussion 1 (Heavy Machinery, Automobile, Metal & Mining, Infrastructure)
  • Advantage Jharkhand - Panel Discussion 2 (Textile, Healthcare, Food Processing, Education)
  • Open house (Government of Jharkhand & Investors)
  • Lunch
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon’ble Chief Minister of Jharkhand
  • Senior Representative form State Government (Industry, Urban Development, Energy)
  • Key CXO’s from Industry/Infrastructure/PSU’s (Jharkhand)
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representative from State Government
  • Key Industry leaders from Jharkhand
  • Potential Investors

Madhya Pradesh Investor Summit

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 18
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the seminar is to showcase the strength of Madhya Pradesh and manufacturing investment opportunities with a view to attract investment in the state.

 

THEMES:

Advantage Madhya Pradesh

  • Opening remarks by MD, MPTRIFAC
  • Presentation by Shri Mohammed Suleman, Principal Secretary, Commerce, Industries and Employment, Government of Madhya Pradesh.
  • Presentation by Shri Manu Srivastava, Principal Secretary, New & Renewable Energy, Government of Madhya Pradesh (Focus Sector: New & Renewable Energy).
  • Presentation by Manish Rastogi, Secretary, Science and Technology, Government of Madhya Pradesh (Focus Sector: Information Technology).
  • Presentation by Ashok Kumar Varnwal, Secretary, Agri-business and Food Processing, Government of Madhya Pradesh (Focus Sector: Agri-business and Food Processing)
  • Presentation by Hariranjan Rao, Secretary, Tourism, Government of Madhya Pradesh
  • Address by Hon’ble Smt. Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Industries Minister, Government of Madhya Pradesh
  • Address by Hon’ble Shri. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister, Government of Madhya Pradesh

Make in MP, Power your Growth

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Shri Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh
  • Smt. Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Hon’ble Minister - Department of Commerce, Industry & Employment, Madhya Pradesh
  • Shri Mohammed Suleman, IAS, Principle Secretary - Department of Commerce, Industry & Employment, Madhya Pradesh
  • Shri D P Ahuja, IAS, MD – MP TRIFAC
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representatives from Industries intending to invest in Madhya Pradesh.
  • Industry Captains

Karnataka Investor Summit

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 16
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the seminar is to showcase the Karnataka has major investment destination for Manufacturing including Automobiles, Aerospace, Machine Tools, Defense, Heavy Engineering, Agriculture & Food Processing, IT& BT, Tourism, Infrastructure Development, Energy and attract investment in the state.

 

THEMES:

-Aerospace & Defence Sector

-Automobile & Machine Tools Sector

-Textile & Garments

-Agri Business & Food Processing

-IT and Electronic System Design & Manufacturing

-Biotechnology Sector

-Pharma Sector

-Startups

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Sri Gaurav Gupta, IAS Commissioner for Industrial Development & Director of Industries & Commerce Department, Government of Karnataka
  • Smt. K. Ratna Prabha, IAS Additional Chief Secretary to Govt., Commerce & Industries Dept., Government of Karnataka
  • Sri. Dhiraj Mathur, Partner, PWC
  • Smt. K. Ratna Prabha, IAS Additional Chief Secretary to Govt., Commerce & Industries Dept., Government of Karnataka
  • Sri. L. Krishnan, Managing Director, Taegutec India Ltd
  • Sri. Shekar Viswanathan, Whole time Director, Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd.
  • Smt. K. Ratna Prabha, IAS Additional Chief Secretary to Govt., Commerce & Industries Dept., Government of Karnataka
  • Mr. Shrikant Himatsingka, Executive Director & CEO of HimatsingkaSeide Ltd Rep.
  • Sri. Jalandhar Giri – Director, Shahi Exports Ltd.
  • Smt. Latha Krishna Rao, IAS Additional Chief Secretary & Development Commissioner, Government of Karnataka
  • Sri. Siraj Chaudhary, Chairman, Cargill
  • Ms. V Manjula, IAS, Principal Secretary, IT, BT & ST Department, Government of Karnataka
  • Mr. B.V. Naidu- Chairman and CEO, Sagitaur
  • Ms. V Manjula, IAS, Principal Secretary, IT, BT & ST Department, Government of Karnataka
  • Dr. Vijay Chandru – Executive Chairman, Strandls
  • Smt. K. Ratnaprabha, IAS Additional Chief Secretary to Govt., Commerce & Industries Dept., Government of Karnataka
  • Mr. Raju Krishnaswamy Head – GSK South Asia Regional Supply Chain
  • Ms. V Manjula, IAS, Principal Secretary, IT, BT & ST Department, Government of Karnataka
  • Dr. Ravi Kumar ,CMD, Xcyton
  • Sri R.V. Deshpande Hon’ble Minister for Large & Medium Industries & Tourism, Government of Karnataka
 

14:OO to 17:OO hours

Punjab Investor Summit

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

To showcase the potential and investment opportunities in Punjab in sectors such as Hi-Tech Manufacturing, Food Processing and Light Engineering. The State Govt. also intends to highlight and take investor feedback on some of the key initiatives recently announced

 

THEMES:

-Investment opportunities in Hi-tech Manufacturing in Punjab

-Punjab Agro - Investment opportunities in Food Processing in Punjab

-Potential Investment opportunities for SMEs in upcoming Food parks in Punjab

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr. Madan Mohan Mittal, Industries & Commerce Minister, Government of Punjab
  • Dr. Karan Avtar Singh, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary (Investment Promotion), Government of Punjab
  • Mr. Anirudh Tewari, IAS, Chief Executive Officer, Invest Punjab, Government of Punjab
  • Mr. Amit Dhaka, IAS, Managing Director, Punjab Small Industries & Export Corporation Limited, Government of Punjab
  • Mr. Akshay Sangwan, COO, Somalia Industries
  • Mr. Bhavdeep Sardana, Sr. Vice President & CEO, The Sukhjit Starch & Chemicals Limited
  • Mr. H M Bharuka, Managing Director, Kansai Nerolac
  • Mr. Sanjay Khajuria, Senior VP, Nestle India
  • Mr. Siraj A Chaudhry, Chairman, Cargill

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Ports & Shipping

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 15
 

THEMES:

A. PLENARY SESSION - POTENTIAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE SECTOR

The plenary session endeavor's to highlight the potential manufacturing opportunities in Shipbuilding and Ship repairing sector and investment opportunities in Ports and Inland Waterway infrastructure development in India. The session will also discuss about key success stories of private sector in India.

  • Investment opportunities in shipbuilding & ship-repairing sector in India
  • Potential opportunities in development of new ports/up-gradation of existing ports in India
  • Financing India’s Shipbuilding needs
  • Potential opportunities in Inland Waterway infrastructure development – for both passenger and goods movement
  • Success story of private sector port operator

B. PANEL DISCUSSION - OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN REALIZING THE SAGARMALA VISION FOR INDIA

The panel discussion envisages to organize a dialogue between large spectrum of stakeholders involved in Ports, Shipping and Maritime sector like Government, PSUs, Private sector players, Regulator, State Maritime Boards and Consultancy firms. The dialogue would give an overview of the ambitious “Sagarmala Vision” of central government and its aligned opportunities for private sector (national and international), challenges and possible solutions for government in implementing this vision.

  • Overview
  • Opportunities
  • Challenges
  • Possible solutions
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr. Rajive Kumar, Secretary, Ministry of Shipping, Government of India
  • Mr. Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways & Shipping, Government of India
  • Mr. Syed Abdi, Managing Director & CEO, ABG Shipyard Limited
  • Mr. Pravir Krishna, Joint Secretary(Ports), Ministry of Shipping, Govt. of India
  • Mr. Debashish Mallick, Deputy Managing Director, Exim Bank of India
  • Mr. Amitabh Verma, Chairman, Inland Waterway Authority of India
  • Mr. Rajeeva Sinha, Director, Adani Ports & SEZ Limited
  • Mr. Rajiv Agarwal, Managing Director & CEO, Essar Ports Limited
  • Mr. G. R. Aloria, Chairman, ​Gujarat Maritime Board
  • Mr. R K Agarwal , Joint Secretary- Sagarmala, Ministry of Shipping and Managing Director,  Indian Port Rail Corporation
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representatives from Ministry of Shipping
  • Major shipbuilding and ship repairing companies
  • Major port operators
  • Representatives from State Maritime Boards
  • Major developers
  • Representatives from TAMP
  • Investors
  • Policy makers
  • Consultancy firms

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Space Technology

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 16:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 17
 

THEMES:

Panel Discussion on Make in India Space –Opportunities in Space Sector

  • Scaling up from component and subsystem to entire systems, stages, vehicles and satellites
  • Indigenisation of materials and components
  • Spin-Offs of Space Technologies
  • Enhancement of Applications – Communications, Broadcasting, Remote Sensing and Navigation
  • Building of Launch and Satellite Integration & Test (SIT) Facility
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Shri A S Kiran Kumar, Secretary, Dept of Space / Chairman ISRO
  • CMD – HAL / Godrej
  • Chairman, CII
  • CMD Antrix
 

KEY PROFILE OF PANELISTS:

  • Director VSSC/LPSC/IPRC (ISRO)
  • Director ISAC/SAC (ISRO)
  • Director NRSC (ISRO)
  • Senior Industry Professionals from M/s Godrej and M/s L&T
  • Scientific Secretary, ISRO

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 14:00 to 17:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 18
 

OVERVIEW:

Construction sector is one of the benchmarks of a booming economy. India is one of the strong hubs for construction owing to the infrastructure spending and requirements. This trend is stated to continue with India becoming one of the nation to drive the construction sector globally. Construction equipment sector in India has also witnessed the effect of the same experiencing a growth trajectory which is expected to continue in the future. This presents an opportunity of India developing as the manufacturing and R&D hub for ‘Construction Equipment’.

 

THEMES:

-SESION 1 (PANEL DISCUSSION ON): Equipment manufacturing in India – India’s strategic advantage

-SESSION 2 (PANEL DISCUSSION ON): Technological advancements & innovation in Construction Equipment Sector

-SESSION 3 (PANEL DISCUSSION ON): Innovations in Construction Technology– ‘Balancing Environment & Demands’

 

KEY PROFILE OF EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS (WHO SHOULD ATTEND):

  • Representatives from key investors in the country
  • Representatives from top management of equipment manufacturers
  • Key equity investors, investing in construction sector in India
  • Top technical academic institutions delegates (relevant professors and students to drive R&D in the mentioned segment)
  • Representatives from key decision makers in India
  • Representatives from key construction/ developer firms established or entering in India
  • Representatives from top construction technology firms established or entering in India
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Representatives from major established equipment manufacturing firms in India
  • Representatives from major equipment manufacturing firms entering in India
  • Representatives from major construction firms in India
  • Representatives from key global construction technology firms
  • Representatives from key R&D centers/ academic institutions
  • Representatives from banks, NBFC’s and other financial institutions
  • Representatives from Department of Heavy Industries

15:OO to 17:3O HOURS

‘Create in India for the World’ (Startup showcase by CNBC-TV18)

  • DATE: 17th February, Wednesday
  • TIME: 15:OO to 17:3O hrs
  • HALL NO: 16
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

To showcase stories of young entrepreneurs who are CREATING world class, innovative, globally & socially relevant solutions. Focus on young Indians who have shown that Make in India is not just about wage arbitrage but about IDEAS and IP. These stories will broaden the scope of "Make in India" beyond the factory floor & reinforce the idea of India as a destination for innovation & an incubator for solutions that cater to globally relevant problems.

 

THEMES

-Showcasing startups that have innovated in India, led by design & IP, for the world

-Not just Make in India but also Design & Build in India

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Mr. Amitabh Kant, Secretary, DIPP
  • Startup showcase: Tonbo Imaging, Threadsol, Aakar Innovations, Maker’s Asylum, Embrace, Team Indus, Attero Recycling, Kheyti
  • Zenia Tata, Xprize Grand Challenges
  • Noshir Kaka , MD, McKinsey India
  • Parmesh Shahani, Head, Godrej India Culture Lab
  • Shereen Bhan, Managing Editor, CNBC-TV18

1O:OO to 13:OO hours

Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Biotechnology

  • DATE: 18th February, Thursday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 14
 

THEMES:

A. PLENARY SESSION ON - INDIA AS THE GLOBAL HUB AND LEADER FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY

The Plenary Session endeavor's to showcase the competitiveness of the Biotechnology industry. Case studies showcasing advantages of Indian biotechnology sector would be presented by Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Bangalore Bioinnovation Centre, etc. Discussion on growth drivers and future potential of the biotechnology sector would provide useful guidance to investors.

B. PANEL DISCUSSION ON – “BIG DATA & BIO-INFORMATICS” INDIA’S STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE TO BECOME A GLOBAL LEADER

  • Big data and Bio-Informatics as a differentiator by organizations
  • Industry Perspective and Expectations
 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon’ble Minister of Science & Technology
  • Secretary, Ministry of Science & Technology
  • MD, Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC)
  • Representative from JS , Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology
  • CII Subject Matter Expert
  • Senior representatives from leading Private Organizations, Academic, Regulatory Body, R&D Organizations
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Representative from Ministry of Science & Technology
  • Representatives from R&D Organizations
  • Academic institutions
  • CXOs from industry
  • Investors (local and international)
  • Industry associations
  • Sector Experts

Seminar on the Indian Textiles and Apparels Industry - ‘Showcasing India’s Strengths Across the Value Chain’

  • DATE: 18th February, Thursday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 15
 

OVERVIEW:

The Textile industry in India traditionally, after agriculture, is the only industry that has generated huge employment for both skilled and unskilled labour in textiles. The market size is currently estimated at around USD 116 billion, and is expected to reach USD 141 billion by 2021. Indian Textiles & Apparels Industry has an overwhelming presence in the economic life of the country. Apart from providing one of the basic necessities of life, the textile industry plays a pivotal role through its contribution to industrial output, employment generation and export earnings of the country

 

THEMES:

A. ‘Showcasing the Success Stories of the Indian Textile and Apparel Industry’

This session envisages to showcase the competiveness of the Indian Textile and Apparel Industry, highlight the potential opportunities in emerging sectors in the industry such as Technical Textiles, investment opportunities in Textile hubs/clusters/Integrated Textiles Park and discuss success stories of private sector in India.

  • Opportunities and enabling policies for showcasing global competiveness of Indian Textile and Apparel Industry
  • Success Story of the Indian Textile and Apparel Industry
  • India’s Opportunities in Man Made Fiber Textiles
  • Technical Textiles- Growth Potential and Investment Opportunities
  • Potential Opportunities in Technical Textile Park
  • Investment opportunities in Textile Machineries

B. Panel Discussion ‘India as a major sourcing hub for Garments and Home Textiles’

This session envisages for a dialogue among large sourcing organizations, domestic players & government officials and encourage them to share their experiences in Indian Markets.

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • B K Goenka Chairman Welspun Group
  • Rashmi Verma Secretary Ministry of Textiles Government of India
  • Santosh Kumar Gangwar Hon’ble Minister of State (IC) Ministry of Textiles Government of India
  • Naishadh Parikh Director Arvind Ltd
  • Kavita Gupta Textile Commissioner Ministry of Textiles
  • Gautam Hari Singhania Chairman & Managing Director Raymond Group
  • K K Maheshwari Managing Director Grasim Industries Ltd
  • Pramod Khosla Chairman Indian Technical Textile Association and Chief Executive Officer Khosla Profil Pvt. Ltd
  • Amit Uplenchwar Chief Executive Officer- SEZ Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd, and Chairman, Mundra SEZ Textile & Apparel Park (MITAP)
  • Khurshed Thanawalla* Country Representative Oerlikon India
  • R C M Reddy, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer IL&FS Cluster Development Initiative
  • Sudhir Dhingra Chairman and Managing Director Orient Craft Limited
  • Calvin Woolley Category Head - Textiles IKEA India
  • Jagadish Hinduja Chairman Gokaldas Images Pvt Ltd
  • Bharat Shah Founder and Chairman Ekaya Shah Narayan Das & Co

Telangana Investor Meet

  • DATE: 18th February, Thursday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 16
 

OVERVIEW:

The new State of Telangana, with a geographical area of 1,14,840 sq. kilometers and having a population of 3,51,93,978 (2011 census), is the twelfth largest State in terms of both area and the size of population in the country.

The growth of industrial sector in Telangana has been impressive. During the year 2014-15(Advanced Estimate), the growth of industries surged to 4.1 percent from 0.13 percent of 2013-14 at constant (2004-05) prices due to the incentives being offered under the new Government’s Industrial Policy Framework, 2014.

The Telangana State is one among the major industrial States in the country and ranked 8th place in terms of Gross Value Added (GVA), at Rs. 36,475.65 crores. The industrial growth from 2010-11 to 2011-12 in terms of Gross Value Added is 17.53% and Net Value Added is 16.76%.

Hyderabad accounts for approximately 20 per cent of India’s total pharma exports, most of the players opt for Hyderabad due to its better connectivity. The state government plans to set up a pharma city and promote public private partnership to develop the state’s pharma sector. Currently, there are 412 pharma companies and 173 bulk drug units in Telangana state.

Knowledge based industries such as Information Technology enabled services (ITES), pharma and engineering components have a strong presence in Telangana. They are largely located in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy districts which have strong infrastructure and support systems such as Special Economic Zones (SEZ), availability of skilled manpower and research institutions. The districts of Nizamabad, Karimnagar and Warangal are largely dependent on agriculture and are in need of industrial development.

New Telangana State Industrial Policy 2015-1919 (Salient Features)

  • Telangana State Industrial Project Approval and Self-certification System (TS-iPASS), will be strengthened by way of Legislation. A mega project would be cleared within 15 days.
  • The skill development programmes targeted at industrial sector jobs will be supported by the government under the ambit of the Telangana State’s Skill Development Mission in general and the Telangana State Accelerated SSI Skills Training (T-ASSIST) program of the Industries and Commerce Department.
  • Government would consider incentives under T-IDEA Telangana State Industrial Development and Entrepreneur Advancement incentive scheme. Incentives includes: Stamp duty reimbursement; Land cost rebate; Land conversion cost Power cost reimbursement; Investment subsidy; VAT reimbursement; Interest subsidy; Seed capital for 1st generation Entrepreneur; Training and skill development; cost reimbursement; Quality/patent support.

 

Infrastructure:

Power: Telangana is amongst the highest power intensive states in India, with a per capita power consumption of over 985 units as against an all India average of 917 units (as on FY 2012-13). Going forward, energy requirement is expected to see exponential growth owing to various factors such as buoyant growth in capital city and other urban centers, high domestic and agricultural consumption and upcoming major projects such as Hyderabad Metro Rail and Hyderabad-Nagpur industrial corridor. TSGENCO has planned significant capacity additions of 4240 MW (cumulative) over the next five years.

Roads: The density of National Highways in Telangana is 2.25 Kms / 100 Sq.Km of area against National average of 2.82Km / 100 Sq.Km of area. Out of 2592 Kms National Highway in the state, a total length of 768 Km was handed over to NHAI for development under NHDP. During 2014-15, road works costing Rs.356.00 crores and bridges costing Rs.64.20 crores have been approved by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MORTH). Connecting District Headquarters to State capital by 4-lane roads. Formation of Ring Roads to district Headquarters & important towns. This intervention would cover important towns and improve connectivity for smooth traffic for faster mobility.

Air: For the year 2014-15 (April, 14 – December, 14) Domestic Cargo growth is around 18% YoY, whereas International cargo volume has grown by 13%. Overall the Cargo has shown growth of 15% YoY. In the same the airport handled 77,266 tonnes of Cargo.

THEMES:

A. TELANGANA – INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN TELANGANA

B. STATE INDUSTRIAL POLICY

C. INDUSTRY TESTIMONIALS

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon’ble Industry Minister, Telangana
  • Hon’ble IT & Panchayat Raj Minister, Telangana
  • Senior representative from Department of Industries
  • Senior representative from Various Other Departments of State Govt.
  • Top Executives from various Industries in Telangana, viz. Pharma / IT & Electronics / Energy / Engineering / Aerospace & Defence/ Start-ups / Food Processing etc.
 

KEY PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • Captains of the Industry
  • Investors from other states and abroad who want to invest in Telangana
  • Policy makers from Govt. of India
  • Academicians and Thought Leaders
  • Economists & Business Consultants
  • Start-up Professionals

Tamil Nadu Investor Meet

  • DATE: 18th February, Thursday
  • TIME: 10:00 to 13:00 hrs
  • HALL NO: 17
 

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT:

The objective of the TN Investor Meet is to showcase the strength of Tamil Nadu towards accelerating the competitiveness and Investment Opportunities in Tamil Nadu

 

THEMES:

-Agricuture & Food Processing

-Information Technology

-Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

-Renewable Energy

-Tourism

 

KEY PROFILE OF SPEAKERS:

  • Hon’ble Industry Minister, Tamil Nadu
  • Senior State Government Officials
  • Industry Experts

14:OO hours

Closing press conference

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  • 13 FEB
  • INAUGURATION OF MAKE IN INDIA CENTRE BY THE Hon'ble PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA AT MMRDA GROUNDS
  • LAUNCH OF MAKE IN INDIA WEEK BY THE Hon'ble PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA AT THE NATIONAL SPORTS CLUB OF INDIA (NSCI)
  • Sweden Country Seminar -Smart Manufacturing and Smart Cities
  • 14 FEB
  • 1O:OO TO 17:OO HOURS
  • CNN ASIA BUSINESS FORUM
  • 11:3O to 13:OO hours
  • Maharashtra Innovates – NEXT STEP
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Textiles
  • Sectoral Seminar on Role of Capital Markets and Micro & Small Industrial Clusters for enabling SMEs
  • 13:OO TO 16:OO HOURS
  • HARYANA INVESTOR SUMMIT - 'Happening Haryana'
  • 14:OO TO 16:3O HOURS
  • INDIA – POLAND: FUTURE VISTAS
  • 14:OO TO 17:OO HOURS
  • CHHATTISGARH INVESTOR SUMMIT
  • Odisha Investor Meet
  • Japan Investor Meet
  • UNIDO Seminar – Thinking out of the box Innovation for Industry and Industry for Innovation
  • 15 FEB
  • 1O:OO to 13:OO hours
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Electronics & IT
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Oil & Gas
  • Sectoral seminar on Capital Goods and Engineering: Realising the Make in India Vision
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Power & Coal
  • MAHARASHTRA INVESTMENT SEMINAR
  • 1O:OO to 18:OO
  • THE GLOBAL DESIGN & INNOVATION SESSION: BRANDING INDIA GLOBALLY
  • 14:OO to 17:OO hours
  • SEMINAR ON MAKE IN INDIA: THE WAY FORWARD
  • MAKE IN MUMBAI
  • SECTORAL SEMINAR ON OPPORTUNITIES IN MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT
  • SECTORAL SEMINAR ON OPPORTUNITIES IN CHEMICALS & PETROCHEMICALS
  • SECTORAL SEMINAR ON OPPORTUNITIES IN RENEWABLE ENERGY
  • 15:OO to 17:OO HOURS
  • Australia Investor Meet
  • 16 FEB
  • 1O:OO to 13:OO hours
  • INDUSTRY-ACADEMIA SYMPOSIUM
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME)
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Aerospace & Defence
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Food Processing
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Industrial Corridors
  • Gujarat Investor Summit
  • 14:OO to 17:OO hours
  • Presentation by Hackathon winners
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Pharmaceuticals
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Finance & Taxation
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Railways
  • Andhra Pradesh Investor Summit
  • Champions for Societal Manufacturing
  • 17 FEB
  • 1O:OO to 17:OO hours
  • Conference on Empowering through Design
  • 1O:OO to 13:OO hours
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Roads & Highways
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Automobiles & Auto Components
  • Jharkhand Investor Summit
  • Madhya Pradesh Investor Summit
  • Karnataka Investor Summit
  • 14:OO to 17:OO hours
  • Punjab Investor Summit
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Ports & Shipping
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Space Technology
  • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
  • 15:OO to 17:3O HOURS
  • ‘Create in India for the World’ (Startup showcase by CNBC-TV18)
  • 18 FEB
  • 1O:OO to 13:OO hours
  • Sectoral seminar on opportunities in Biotechnology
  • Seminar on the Indian Textiles and Apparels Industry - ‘Showcasing India’s Strengths Across the Value Chain’
  • Telangana Investor Meet
  • Tamil Nadu Investor Meet
  • 14:OO hours
  • Closing press conference

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