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“Transformation is on its way ” : NTLF 2020

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2020 edition of the flagship Nasscom Technology and Leadership Forum (NTLF) is back again with the theme “Tech in 20s: Coming of Age “which will focus on certain things like inclusion of the future of entrepreneurship in this new decade, business models, trust, value creation and creation of a winning enterprise.  The event will be held in Mumbai between 12th – 14th February 2020 which is the 28th edition of NTLF will have over 150 speakers, more than 600 CXOs and 1,500 delegates attending the event.

NTLF is the global platform where big leaders and influencers bring together innovative ideas and thoughts and share their success stories to empower the technology world. The spectrum has given some amazing opportunities to engage in with big executives like Rajan Kohli, President-Wipro; Pravin Rao, COO- Infosys; Keshav Murugesh, CEO-WNS and many other big players of industry.

This year the forum will have discussions about building trust through data and privacy, trade wars and sustainability and few regulations. Technology is changing with so much pace that it requires a lot of synergy to evolve. Today it is all about artificial Intelligence, cryptocurrency and block chain, tomorrow it may be all about Quantum. To deal with such advancements, an entrepreneur shall know every aspect of this continuous shift and phases of technology so that one can do better to enhance relevant skills.

This three-day event will be bigger and better with eminent speakers like TCS CEO Rajesh Gopinathan, Infosys CEO Salil Parekh, Wipro Chairman Rishad Premji and Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran.

The list doesn’t end here the forum will also welcome Balasubramaniam Ganesh, Chairman of HSBC Technology India; Erica Brescia, Chief Operating Officer of GitHub; Katherine Wetmur Managing Director of International CIO and Head of Quality Assurance, Morgan Stanley; and Praveena Rai, Chief Operating Officer of NPCI. One will be able to know the success stories and struggle of leading women executives and leaders like Cathy Tormbohm, VP Analyst Gartner; Sushmita Mohanty, Earth20-bit and Megha Tata, Discovery Asia Pacific. Meeting these women who is actually breaking the glass ceiling everywhere, leaving footprints wherever they are going, will be an eventful watch and ice breaker sessions for everyone.

Healthcare industry is really important for any nation and its growth shall be utmost priority. Healthtech shall redefine the approach of health and wellness so that it can create a new blueprint for the industry. NTLF takes pride in announcing that there will panel discussions on the same agenda with personalities like Pramod Bhasin, Founder and Chairman CUX Capital; Bhargav Shri Prakash, Founder and CEO FriendsLearn and so many others.

NTLF 2020 is going to be an experience like no other. It will bring new voices for technology, new perspective for intellectuality and a new broader thinking for the business.

Don’t miss out any opportunity. Be a part of this forum and experience transformation!

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