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~ Globalization: Winning In Emerging Markets (India)

Win in India , it will make sure your win at other emerging markets!! What is the secret of being successful in emerging markets? Why some foreign companies are very successful in Indian market & some can’t do well? Mr. Ravi Venkatesan, a Purdue Eng. Masters/Harvard MBA graduate, former Chairman of Microsoft India & Cummins India, is revealing his experience and some contents from his famous book Conquering The Chaos: Win In India, Win Everywhere”  (Harvard Business Review Press) in this popular TEDx Talk:

Mr. Ravi Venkatesan on Winning In India – TEDx GolfLinksPark

Latest (June 2013) talk- Mr. Ravi Venkatesan at a Conference

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~ Tiger and Dragon : Discussion About “Chindia” – Part 3

Part 3 from series of discussions about “Chindia” (term derived to understand China and India together) in current rapidly changing era of Globalization.

See my previous discussions here –  PART 1 and PART 2

  • Mapping the future of countries (Mr. Parag Khanna)

He is a Geopolitical expert, full details at TED site here

  • New Market : Chindia and US business

Speaker: Mr. Jagdish Sheth, Author of the book ‘Chindia Rising‘.Extract from this book at Rediff. Also, available at Google Books and Amazon  for buying.Host: Mr.John Bersia , UCFTV.

  • Down the ages: China and India

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