LSE India Summit 2016
‘We live in a world where UBER, the largest taxi company, does not own taxis; Airbnb, the largest accommodation company, does not own rooms; Alibaba, the biggest retailer in the world, does not have a shop. In this world, the language of GDP, balance sheets, per capita income no longer make sense. We need a total redesign of how we look at global finance.’
~ Sam Pitroda, pioneer of India’s IT revolution, speaking at the LSE India Summit in Goa
The South Asia Centre hosted the first ever ‘LSE India Summit 2016’ at the Cidade de Goa on 28-30 January 2016.
Sponsored in full by Difficult Dialogues LLP, the Summit was immensely successful, with more than 300 people attended it over 3 days.
Read more about the Summit here.
Details on panels and speakers here.
Twitter Hashtag used for this event: #LSEIndia2016