Indiana Leader to Attend Global Entrepreneurship Summit

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Raju Chinthala (photo courtesy Indiana India Business Council) Raju Chinthala (photo courtesy Indiana India Business Council)
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The president of the Indiana India Business Council will be heading to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2017, taking place in Hyderabad, India. Raju Chinthala will attend the event, which will also include a U.S. delegation led by Ivanka Trump, for the eighth annual event November 28-30.

The theme of this year's summit is "Women First, Prosperity for All," focusing on supporting women entrepreneurs and fostering economic growth throughout the world. The IIBC says the event will have a broad focus on four sectors: Health and Life Sciences, Digital economy and FinTech, Energy and Infrastucture, and Media and Entertainment.

"This is a big deal & it’s my great honor to represent Indiana," said Chinthala. "The summit will be a wonderful opportunity to discuss our shared challenges, to find ways to overcome them, and help build that foundation of respect and trust from which our economic relationship can grow."

The GES will include about 1,200 entrepreneurs and 350 investors from throughout the world. Chinthala is also the president of Indianapolis Hyderabad Sister City Committee.

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