Future of India: The Winning LEAP

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Watch Dennis Nally, Global Chairman, PwC, address the press for the launch of Future of India: The Winning Leap live.

Date: Monday, Nov 24, 2014

Time: 12:00pm IST / 06:30am GMT / 01:30am EDT

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Intuitively, I feel we are sitting at the cusp of one of the biggest changes since 1850.

R Gopalakrishnan
Director, Tata Sons

It’s important for processes to be transparent. We need laws that are uniformly applicable without much discretion.

Ajay Piramal
Chairman, Piramal Group

With such a large number of young people coming into the job market every year, if India has to remain united and peaceful, there is no alternative but to grow fast.

Harsh Mariwala
Chairman, Marico Ltd

The enabler really is the telecommunication revolution. It has the ability to now connect every Indian real time.

K V Kamath
Non-Executive Chairman, ICICI Bank

A strong institutional infrastructure including an efficient and stable legal, governance, regulatory and tax environment with a speedy dispute resolution process is critical for the Winning Leap.

Gautam Mehra
Leader, Asset Management, PwC India

The Future of India will be dynamic with newer disruptive models. Workforce diversity will increase and stability as well as employment security will be accorded high value.

Padmaja Alaganandan
Leader, People and Change, PwC India

The fact that more than 50% of low-income Indians want to purchase a smartphone, is just one signal of the pent-up hunger Indians have, to grow and progress. The time is right to capitalise on recent Indian growth with a couple of decades of sustained, aggressive transformation.

Mohammad Chowdhury
Partner, Telecom, PwC India

A healthy India is a wealthy India. Health security will enhance our demographic dividend. We have to make this Winning Leap!

Sujay Shetty
Leader, Pharma and Life Sciences, PwC India

With a burgeoning middle class and empowered educated youth demanding jobs and growth opportunities, India needs to accelerate the current development trajectory. We need this Winning Leap to avoid what may be an impending socio-economic crisis.

Satyavati Berera
Consulting Leader, PwC India

A common national purpose is crucial for the citizenry to galvanise around common goals.

Rajiv Verma
CEO, HT Media

The poor not only want to participate in the economic growth of the country but participate aggressively. A mother from rural India dreams of much more for her son than becoming a driver in an urban centre.

Chetna Gala Sinha
President, Mann Deshi Bank

Intuitively, I feel we are sitting at the cusp of one of the biggest changes since 1850.

R Gopalakrishnan
Director, Tata Sons

It’s important for processes to be transparent. We need laws that are uniformly applicable without much discretion.

Ajay Piramal
Chairman, Piramal Group

With such a large number of young people coming into the job market every year, if India has to remain united and peaceful, there is no alternative but to grow fast.

Harsh Mariwala
Chairman, Marico Ltd

The enabler really is the telecommunication revolution. It has the ability to now connect every Indian real time.

K V Kamath
Non-Executive Chairman, ICICI Bank

A strong institutional infrastructure including an efficient and stable legal, governance, regulatory and tax environment with a speedy dispute resolution process is critical for the Winning Leap.

Gautam Mehra
Leader, Asset Management, PwC India

The Future of India will be dynamic with newer disruptive models. Workforce diversity will increase and stability as well as employment security will be accorded high value.

Padmaja Alaganandan
Leader, People and Change, PwC India

The fact that more than 50% of low-income Indians want to purchase a smartphone, is just one signal of the pent-up hunger Indians have, to grow and progress. The time is right to capitalise on recent Indian growth with a couple of decades of sustained, aggressive transformation.

Mohammad Chowdhury
Partner, Telecom, PwC India

A healthy India is a wealthy India. Health security will enhance our demographic dividend. We have to make this Winning Leap!

Sujay Shetty
Leader, Pharma and Life Sciences, PwC India

With a burgeoning middle class and empowered educated youth demanding jobs and growth opportunities, India needs to accelerate the current development trajectory. We need this Winning Leap to avoid what may be an impending socio-economic crisis.

Satyavati Berera
Consulting Leader, PwC India

A common national purpose is crucial for the citizenry to galvanise around common goals.

Rajiv Verma
CEO, HT Media

The poor not only want to participate in the economic growth of the country but participate aggressively. A mother from rural India dreams of much more for her son than becoming a driver in an urban centre.

Chetna Gala Sinha
President, Mann Deshi Bank

 

 

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