Dr. Ashok Jhunjhunwala is a professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) and in-charge, IIT Research Park.AJ is an innovator, leader and mentor in the electric vehicle (EV) space, telecom, rural development, solar power and has been incubating and nurturing entrepreneurs. He believes India must first exploit the
Saint-Gobain Research India (SGR India), one of the eight transversal R&D centres for the Saint-Gobain Group, is located within the IIT Madras Research Park at Chennai and is part of a vibrant ecosystem that fosters innovation through collaboration with academia while partnering with start-up companies. Since its foundation, SGR India
Anand Mahajan is CEO, India Region and Chairman, Saint-Gobain India Pvt. Ltd (Flat Glass Business). He is also the only Asian member of the Group Management Executive Committee of Compagnie de Saint-Gobain. Industrial Economist caught up with him recently. Industrial Economist (IE): Some inputs on the size and scale of your
Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy announced in quick succession several fresh investments. This augured well for the second Global Investors’ Meet (GIM). These investments covered a vast range of industries: from a new refinery and petrochemicals project to automobiles, cell phones and glass. The second GIM is expected to attract much more
Ramesh Subramaniam is Director General, South-East Asia at the Asian Development Bank, Manila. He was highly appreciative of the wide range of subjects that we had covered on India 2030 in the IE golden jubilee commemorative volume in March 2018. I had a business trip scheduled a trip to Philippines.