The Panelists spoke about G20 priorities and India's position on key areas in all matters of global discourse during its Presidency.
Harsh Vardhan Shringla talks about how India's G20 Presidency comes during challenging times but how challenges can be turned into opportunities.
Sanjiv Bajaj talks about how with new innovations prominent financial providers like Bajaj Finserv are adding more to India’s digital future.
Bunker Roy says that people in rural areas need to be skilled in order to be made employable to cultivate inclusivity. Dilip Asbe talks about how digital payments have to be more modified with local languages integrated into the systems to foster inclusivity.
N.R. Narayana Murthy speaks about how values are an integral part of companies for good governance and how a better world can be created by the creation of jobs with better incomes.
Shiv Shivakumar talks about how leadership needs self education in order to stay relevant and how a leader needs to be a follower, to be a successful one.
Debashree Mukherjee talks about how a good leader uses institutional and structural opportunities to make things better and shares their vision with the team to realise it.
Vanitha Narayanan talks about how leadership should be “gender agnostic” and how the subject of gender equality should not be overhyped but approached in a neutral manner.
Hon’ble Vice President of India, Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar says that Ease Of Governance to enable a growth-oriented ecosystem will be delivered to industry leaders soon.
Hon’ble Minister, Nitin Gadkari emphasises on the rapid expansion of roads and highways, shifting to alternative fuels and reducing transportation pollution for a “green India”.
Admiral R Hari Kumar talks about how the Indian Navy is committed to playing a central role in India’s defence and economy, besides generating employment.
Amitabh Kant talks about how India has to push its growth model narrative to lead G20 next year due to the geopolitical wrangling, Russia-Ukraine War, weakened economics and post-pandemic effects.