US-India Relations : Business & Strategic Implications in next decade

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An Executive seminar and discussion, "U.S.-India Relations : Business and Strategic Implications in next decade".

o Georgia Tech Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER)
o U.S. India Business & Research Center (USIBRC)

Sponsored by: (making financial sponsorship)
o U.S. India Business & Research Center (USIBRC)
o Georgia Tech Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER)

US India strategic partnership is taking a new dimension. This seminar will analyze business and strategic implications of US India relations post President Obama’s visit of November 2010 to India.

Mr. Steven J. White, Deputy Chief of Mission (Retd.), Embassy of the United States of America, New Delhi, India. Mr. White, joined the Department of State as Foreign Service Officer in 1975 and retired in September 2010 as Senior Foreign Service Officer with the rank of Minister-Counselor. His last posting was as in New Delhi as Deputy Chief of Mission, where Mr. White served as Charge’ d’Affaires (acting Ambassador) for six months. He was responsible for entire range of policy implementation, government relations and internal U.S. Mission management.

Dr. Govind Hariharan, Chair and Professor, Department of Economics, Finance & Quantitative Analysis, Kennesaw State University. Dr. Govind Hariharan is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics, Finance and Quant. Analysis at the Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University in Atlanta, Georgia. He is also the Associate Director of the Econometric Center. He has previously held positions at SUNY-Buffalo and West Virginia University. Dr. Govind Hariharan has consulted for numerous organizations, public and private, such as the World Bank, Council for Quality Growth and M&T Bank.

Mr. Ani Agnihotri, Founder and Managing Partner, US INDIA Business and Research Center (USIBRC) and Program Chair, USA India Business Summit (UIBS). USIBRC serves US and Indian organizations by providing custom market research, management consulting, market entry and joint ventures/M&A. With over two decades of operational and management experience, Agnihotri has worked within a wide range of industries including software development, BPO, KPO, Biotech, and consumer products.

Moderator - Prof. John McIntyre, Prof. of Intl. Business and Exe. Director, GT CIBER. Dr. McIntyre is the director of the federally funded Georgia Tech program CIBER with joint appointments in Georgia Tech's College of Management and Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. Dr. McIntyre received his graduate education at McGill, Strasbourg and Northeastern Universities, obtaining his PhD at the University of Georgia. Prior to joining Georgia Tech in September l98l, he was Research Associate for International Management at the Dean Rusk Center of the University of Georgia Law School.

Structure: After a brief welcome, a moderated panel of notable experts will highlight specific sectors/areas of multi faceted US India relationship outlining opportunities for capitalizing on the business possibilities.

Registration Cost: $30 per person (free for GaTech students/faculty). Please send check by mail or give at the door.


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