New Delhi, Aug 9 : Tomorrow's India Global Summit, an initiative by the Global Social India Foundation announced that the Embassy of India in the Republic of Korea has offered its support during the five-day event in Seoul from September 25th to 29th,2016.
His Excellency Vikram Kumar Doraiswami, Indian Ambassador to Republic of Korea said, "An initiative such as Tomorrow's India Global Summit will have value of all entities interested in enhancing the bilateral partnership, I appreciate the vision of promoting the bilateral and plurilateral business, cultural exchanges as well as information sharing, especially in terms of India-Korea partnership.
I wish the organizers every success in convening the second edition." Other eminent bodies including Accelerate Korea, Association of IIT Alumni Korea will also be supporting the upcoming Tomorrow's India Global Summit.
Around 25 companies from Singapore in the field of design, creative media, financial services and smart cities will be participating at the summit.
"We are happy, that our global initiative has been appreciated and supported by Embassy of India in the Republic of Korea.
We are also thankful to our other partners including Accelerate Korea and Association of IIT Alumni Korea (IITAK).
We are obliged with this gesture," said MD and Founder Tomorrow's India Global Summit, H.P Singh. "Last year on the Independence day, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced the Start-up India, Stand Up India' initiative.
We are just taking that initiative to the next level globally. Tomorrow's India is a platform which offers expansion and investment opportunities for Indian start-up community, MSMEs and corporate businesses, it also helps students and educationists to learn, adapt and discover the global education system," added Singh.
The agenda for the summit includes panel discussions, sector specific company presentations, case study by various global conglomerates and networking dinners for the business delegates.
For students, the university visits will be organized on second and third day of the summit. To create an aura of cross-exchange enactment, a cultural show OORJA has also been organized in form of a cultural fusion from India, Korea and Singapore.