The world is bracing for a slowdown, with several major economies on the precipice of a recession. The tightening of monetary policy and the prolonged war in Europe are being seen as major dampeners for growth in most of the world. But India is widely expected to remain resilient and withstand the impact of a slowing global economy.
In fact, several key industries in India are tipped to witness a tremendous phase of growth—especially those that are seeing rapid transformation, either on account of policy or because of changing trends and consumer behaviour.
At its Future Today Summit, BQ Prime explores the potential of these key sectors. The sharpest minds of the industry will discuss themes like mobility, defence manufacturing, energy and power generation as well as digital commerce.
Here’s a sneak peek into what’s in store:
The keynote conversation with Ridham Desai, managing director of Morgan Stanley India, will focus on the challenges the nation must face and the opportunities it must take advantage of to live up to its potential as the fastest-growing economy in the world.
The automotive and mobility industry was among the worst hit by the pandemic, particularly on account of the semiconductor crisis. Two years after the onset of the pandemic, however, the sector has bounced back and some transformational trends have emerged, not least of which is the push towards electric mobility.
Ravi Pandit, founder and group chairman of KPIT Technologies Ltd., discusses the future of mobility—not just on the ground but also in the air.
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