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IIM alumni meet in Singapore

Over 1,200 business leaders are expected to attend the Global IIM Alumni Conclave to be held in Singapore on April 8 and 9.

Among the speakers will be spiritual leader Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev, Star India CEO Uday Shankar, Tata Group brand custodian Mukund Rajan and serial entrepreneur Ronnie Screwvala.

A new approach

The theme for IIMPACT 2016, the third edition of the conclave, is ‘RE’: a bold new approach to address how individuals can re-invent themselves by re-imagining the future; around their circles of life, work and social impact.

Start ups from Singapore, India and US will showcase smart living, smart mobility, smart work-place, smart money and smart care possibilities built on virtual and augmented reality, robotics, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, video analytics and internet-of-things.

Large presence

Topics to be discussed will include re-imagining India, re-imagining Singapore: India economic possibilities; re-inventing the future of money; re-inventing myself, and re-imagining entertainment.

PIIMA President Sanjiv Aiyar said, “Singapore is home to more than 1,800 IIM alumni; perhaps our largest single city presence outside India. IIMPACT is a made-in-Singapore platform and we plan to evolve this into a global franchise. We see ourselves as an economic bridge between India and the rest of the world: through Singapore.”


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