India is Asia’s third largest economy, the world’s largest democracy and second most populous country, with over 1.2 billion inhabitants. In this indispensable emerging market, the country’s entrepreneurs and rapidly globalizing firms are key contributors to the world economy. However, as a fundamentally bottom-up, state-led and centrally enabled model, the country’s development is a multidimensional undertaking. As a result, the challenges and opportunities that India encounters are among the most important yet also least understood in the world.
Marking the 30th year of the World Economic Forum’s engagement in India and to further explore the country’s vast potential, the meeting in New Delhi will provide a multistakeholder platform for international and national leaders interested in contributing to a sustainable roadmap for India’s future.
This meeting will offer an opportunity to meet with the new government to discuss key issues that challenge inclusive growth in India and to focus to craft solutions.
This will be an invaluable meeting for all who have a real interest in the future of India.