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Presents

23 January
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Strategic Partner

Associate Partner

Knowladge Partner

Supported By

Aluminium Association of India

GEARING UP FOR THE NEXT LEVEL

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Manufacturing Industry
The Manufacturing Sector is of utmost importance to a lead balanced economic growth. It is undoubtedly a massive employment generator and through exports helps a country earn substantial trade surplus. The Indian economy witnessed rapid progression through the past decades and manufacturing as part of service sector has emerged as a compelling contributor to this growth. Taking into account the booming population of India and acutely widening trade decit, need of the hour is to boost manufacturing that will help stabilize economic growth in the long term. Despite a thorough recognition of this fact, the current growth rate of the sector fell down to 6.5 per cent. Its growth has been hindered by various factors including outmoded regulatory policies, lack of infrastructure, intermittent power supplies, taxation and investment issues all leading to exorbitant costs of manufacturing and uncertainty of investors. Assuming that land scarcity, red tape, weak education and infrastructure & outdated labour laws dont undermine the appealing labour costs, India may become the next workshop of the world if the government can address the problems and attract investors while resolving their existing bottlenecks.

The Economic Times Manufacturing Summit


Recognizing the signicance of this sector, we present the country with The Economic Times Manufacturing Summit; which brings together the barons from various industries, ranging from Automobile to FMCG, to deliberate & discuss through multiple focussed panel discussions & interactions. Woven around the theme of Manufacturing: Gearing up for the next level, the summit aims to assess the sectors course ahead while guring out ways to mitigate risks & future-proof the business protability. Also a key derivative from the conference would be to nd ways to combat the bearish economy while maximising business potential. The Economic Times Manufacturing Summit aims to focus on the major developments & understand the existing challenges while preparing for the future.

ADVISORY BOARD

B Prasada Rao* CMD Bharat Heavy Electricals

Debashis Poddar CEO Textiles Bombay Dyeing Manufacturing

Onnu Ruhl Country Director India World Bank

Pratyush Kumar President Boeing International Corporation India

Rahul Mehta President CMAI

Tom Thomas ED Technology Ceat Tyres

Venugopal Dhoot CMD Videocon Industries

23rd January

09:00 09:30

REGISTRATIONS

09:30 09:45

OPENING REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR


Deepak Lamba, President, TCL - BCCL

09:45 10:00

CHIEF GUEST ADDRESS


Made in India: Creating export oriented economy to revamp progress Anand Sharma*, Minister of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India

10:00 10:30

SPECIAL ADDRESS 1
Where India stands: Indias share in world manufacturing and trends of other developing economies Martin Schmidt*, Associate Provost & Faculty Lead For Advanced Manufacturing Partnership, MIT

10:30 11:30

PANEL DISCUSSION 1
Challenges in establishing India as the preferred manufacturing destination Pratyush Kumar, President, Boeing International Corporation India Rahul Mehta, President, CMAI Gajanan Nabar, CEO & Managing Director of Praj Industries Madhav Lal, Secretary, Ministry of MSME Govt. of India Hiroshi Nakagawa*, MD & CEO, Toyota Kirloskar India Jeff Williams*, Vice President Operations, Apple Inc Dr. Steffen Berns*, President & Country Head, Bosch Sarita Nagpal*, Principal Adviser, Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) Moderator: Naresh Raisinghani*, CEO & Executive Director, BMGI

11:30 11:45

TEA / COFFEE BREAK & NETWORKING

*Invited - awaiting conrmation

11:45 12:00

SPECIAL ADDRESS 2
Quality Control: Managing quality in the emerging manufacturing environment Shantanu Khosla*, MD, Procter & Gamble

12:00 13:00

PANEL DISCUSSION 2
Redening best practices for next gen manufacturing excellence Anant Kelkar, Head Integrated Supply & Director Manufacturing, Honeywell Automation Anant Pande, Director Manufacturing, Jubilant Life Sciences Nitin Shetty*, Quality Head, South East Asia, Reckitt Benckiser N Sathyanarayana*, Business Unit Head, Robert Bosch Engineering Mahesh Babu*, Vice President Product Development, Mahindra & Mahindra Moderator : J Sridhran, Ex- President World Class Manufacturing, Aditya Birla Group

13:00 14:00

LUNCH & NETWORKING

14:00 14:15

POST LUNCH OPENING KEYNOTE


Skill Development: Manufacturing driving Indias employment scenario Dilip Chenoy, MD & CEO, National Skill Development Corporation

14:15 15:15

PANEL DISCUSSION 3
Human Resource Challenges: Special focus on labour cost arbitrage, regulations and compliance Ravi Shankar, EVP & Chief People Ofcer, Mindtree V Nagaraj, Senior VP & Chief People Ofcer, Arvind Lifestyle Brands & Arvind Retail. Nagina Singh, Director HR, Abbott India Rajeev Dubey*, President Group HR, Corporate Services & Aftermarket Sector, Mahindra & Mahindra Ajay Sevekari*, Director HR, Bridgestone India Rajiv Burman*, Director HR, MSIT India & China, Microsoft India Moderator: G S Saravana Kumar*, Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai

15:15 15:30

TEA / COFFEE & NETWORKING

*Invited - awaiting conrmation

PARALLEL SESSIONS 15:30 16:15 TRACK - A: PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN TECHMASTERS TRACK - B: CIO ROUNDTABLE: Technical Innovations TRACK - C: CTO ROUNDTABLE: Decoding Technology

TRACK - A: Product development & design techmasters Building excellence in innovations


Saurabh Chandra*, Principal Secretary, DIPP; Venugopal Dhoot*, CMD, Videocon India; Maneesh Dhir*, Country Manager, Apple India; Etienne Benet*, Managing Director, Nestle India; Sethumadhavan Srinivasan*, Director, Marketing & Strategy, Huawei India Moderator: C S Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur

TRACK - B: CIO Roundtable: Technical Innovations: Improving capital productivity through next generation Technologies
Kapil Pal, Head IT, Pepsico India Holdings; Atanu Roy, VP & CIO, Dr. Reddys Laboratories; Atul Jayawant, Group CIO, Aditya Birla Group; Manish Choksi, CIO & Chief Corporate Strategy, Asian Paints; Girish Rao, CIO, Marico Ltd.; Rajiv Vasudeva, CIO, Ultratech Cement; Rajesh Uppal*, Chief Executive Ofcer IT & CIO, Maruti Suzuki; V V R Babu*, Group CIO, ITC; Alok Kumar*, VP IT, JSW Ispat Steel;

PARALLEL SESSIONS

TRACK - C: CTO Roundtable: Decoding Technology in to Business Outcome


N Jayantha Prabhu, CTO, Essar Group; Tom Thomas, ED Technology & Projects, Ceat Tyres Ltd; Dilip Patil, Executive Vice President & CTO, Crompton Greaves; M Thangaraj*, CTO, Bharat Heavy Electricals; Avinash Kumar*, CTO, Rolls Royce Aviation and Aerospace; Prith Banerjee*, CTO, ABB India Ltd; Sanjay Kotha*, CTO, Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages; Moderator: Manguirish Pai Raiker, Ex-President, ASSOCHAM Goa

V S Parthasarathy*, Group CIO & EVP M&A Finance & Accounts, Mahindra & Mahindra; Vijay Sethi*, CIO & VP Information Systems, Hero Motocorp; Milind Khamkar*, CIO, Sano India; Rohit Bansal*, Head Sensing & Controls, Honeywell Automation India; Moderator: Prof. Swapan Bhattacharya*, Director, National Institute of Technology, Karnataka

16:30 16:50

CLOSING KEYNOTE
Globalizing Indian Manufacturing Debnarayan Bhattacharya*, MD & ED, Hindalco Industries

16:50 17:00
*Invited - awaiting conrmation

VALEDICTORY & CLOSE OF CONFERENCE

Chief Executive Ofcer Chief Financial Ofcer

Chief Maintenance Ofcer Chief Risk Ofcer Chief Quality Ofcer Chief Strategy Ofcer Chief Process Ofcer

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Chief Operations Ofcer Chief Production Ofcer Chief Manufacturing Ofcer Chief Technical Ofcer

FROM

Automobiles Aerospace / Defence Chemicals Electronics Fashion/Apparel Healthcare Industrial Medical Device Pharmaceutical Telecommunication FMCG Oil & Gas Retail Utilities

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS that offer insights into the major issues facing the industry at the moment. Streamed in-depth presentations providing you with the most choice possible across all manufacturing disciplines. INTERACTIVE PANEL discussions where you will see honest and open discussions on the majorchallenges facing the industry including lively debate and interaction with your manufacturing peers.

REAL LIFE CASE STUDIES from experts detailing practical advice and best practice for all. HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS with interactive participation, specialist advice and Q&A sessions.

SEEKING SUPPORT FROM THE FOLLOWING MINISTRIES & INDUSTRY BODIES


Ministry of Commerce and Industry Department Of Industrial Policy & Promotion National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council (NMCC) All India Association of Industries Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Ministry of Heavy Industry and PE The Ministry of Small Scale Industries and Agro and Rural Industries (SSI&ARI) FICCI

Contact Details
For further details on our customised partnership packages please contact: Partnership Opportunities: Mr. Rishi Kapoor | M: +91 986 743 3122 | E: rishi.kapoor@timesgroup.com Delegate Registration: Mr. Samuel Ebenezer | M: +91 982 051 3434 | E: samuel.ebenezer@timesgroup.com