ITC Infotech President LN Balaji Attends 2012 Blouin Creative Leadership Summit
LN Balaji attended the Blouin Creative Leadership Summit (BCLS), a think-tank and discussion forum aimed at sharing best practices and developing novel solutions to pressing global challenges.
WHERE: New York City
WHEN: September 20 & 21, 2012
WHO: LN Balaji attended the Blouin Creative Leadership Summit (BCLS), a think-tank and discussion forum aimed at sharing best practices and developing novel solutions to pressing global challenges. The BCLS, while organized in strategic partnership with the United Nations Office of Partnerships and aligned with the aims of the Millennium Development Goals, does not limit itself to addressing the challenges facing the developing world.
Balaji spoke at the panel discussion Global Business Strategies along with John Allen – Chairman and CEO, Greater China Corporation;
The panel discussed the realities of global business at various scales, and strategies that can be put in place to engender new growth opportunities.
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About ITC Infotech
ITC Infotech, a fully owned subsidiary of USD 7 billion ITC Ltd, provides IT services and solutions to leading global customers. The company has carved a niche for itself by addressing customer challenges through innovative IT solutions.ITC Infotech is focused on servicing the BFSI (Banking, Financial Services & Insurance), CPG&R (Consumer Packaged Goods & Retail), Life Sciences, Manufacturing & Engineering Services, THT (Travel, Hospitality and Transportation)
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About the Blouin Creative Leadership Summit
The Blouin Creative Leadership Summit (BCLS) is a forum in strategic partnership with the United Nations Office for Partnerships that engages in dialogue and exchanges best practices and strategies amongst an unparalleled group of world leaders from a wide array of disciplines to meet the challenges and grasp the opportunities of globalization”