Part of Six-Member Delegation for Presidential Summit on
Entrepreneurship in Washington
Dr.Ramachandran Kavil, a renowned business professor
specializing in resource building and competitive strategies of new
firms and family businesses at the Indian School of Business is part
of the six-member Indian delegation attending the Presidential
Summit on Entrepreneurship in Washington, D.C., April 26-27, 2010.
The Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship is an example of the
broader engagement with Muslim communities around the world that
U.S. President Barack Obama spoke of in his June 2009 “A New
Beginning” speech in Cairo.
The Summit will highlight the importance of entrepreneurship, job
creation and community development. It will bring together 250
entrepreneurs from more than 50 countries; identify ways to advance
economic and social entrepreneurship; build networks among
stakeholders in entrepreneurship; and provide an opportunity to
establish partnerships that advance entrepreneurship. The Summit
emphasizes the President’s broader aims of supporting
entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic opportunity at home and
In addition to participation by President Obama and senior
officials, the Summit will consist of several moderated plenary
sessions on key issues and challenges for advancing
entrepreneurship, including: technology and innovation, access to
capital, unleashing women and youth entrepreneurship, mentoring and
networking, fostering a culture of entrepreneurship, promoting and
enabling business, and social entrepreneurship.
Delegates attending the summit were invited for their community
leadership and innovative methods of tackling major issues facing
India and the world community today.
“It is an honor to be invited to such an important event that will
propagate the message of strengthening peace and prosperity through
entrepreneurship in developing countries. The Summit will give
people like me an excellent opportunity to share our thoughts and
formulate strategies to build an entrepreneurial society,” Dr.
Ramachandran Kavil said.
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