Indian Prime Minister’s corporate bandwagon continues as he is all set to take India to the year 2020 Mission with a rampant development force. The PM recently met the top business leaders of India which was widely covered by the Hindi news online news based sites. From the who’s who of established business houses to the new entrepreneurs, Indian PM chose an upbeat moment to meet them at his 7 Race Course residence in New Delhi.
Significance of Meeting the Chiefs:
All the news channels covered how the leaders of India Inc. had expressed their anxiety at dwindling Chinese market and the falling sales in Europe. Narendra Modi met the chiefs of industry chambers, leading economists and global market experts.
Modi has mastered the art of surprise and integration beautifully. While everyone was trying to figure out whether the meeting was a board set-up or a face-to-face interaction, Modi went ahead with his traditional one-on-one. A thirty-minute meeting with leading leaders threw insight on how India should prepare against the fluctuating market.
Like last year’s meeting in USA, where he met chiefs of Google, Face Book and other digitally established organizations, it was now the turn for his compatriots.
The invitation was extended to the chairpersons of:
– The Confederation of Indian Industry
– The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
– The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry
– Tata Group
– Reliance Industries
– Reliance Group
– Aditya Birla Group
– ICICI Bank
– Adani Group
– State Bank of India
The names included the directors and group chiefs like Cyrus Mistry, Mukesh Ambani, Anil Ambani, Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chanda Kochhar, Gautam Adani and Kumar Mangalam Birla. The morning meeting was given massive coverage by the Indian media as well as international journals. It came right in the wake of global economic meltdown that challenges the Chinese economy and Syrian refugee issue.
Discussion: Opportunity in India:
Amidst reports that India is the best destination to invest after China saturates, PM Narendra Modi announced his intention to bring together all the business leaders together. It is likely that the Tier II and Tier III industry segment chairpersons will also be invited once the agenda is finalized.
The discussion on current global situations and opportunities in India was attended by 40 delegates. The views and suggestion of the delegates were expansively backed by the social thread on Live Hindi news. The discussion panel also included:
– Cabinet Ministers
– Bankers and Insurance Experts
– Central Financial Institutions Heads
The discussion covered:
– Falling Chinese currency
– Stock market crash and its repercussions
– Erratic monsoon causing reduced agricultural output
– Opportunities in Indian job market
– Brain drain
– CARE Ratings
– Balancing Trade Export-Import scale
– Cushion manufacturing and service industry from global conditions
The confident business leaders made resounding impact on the Political News in Hindi forums with their expressive optimism, innovative ideas and unity.