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Strategic Growth Forum

Growth insights, new relationships

SGF will provide you an excellent opportunity to connect with the finest thinkers and business leaders; gain insights and also build important relationships. Over 50 global and Indian speakers have confirmed comprising political leaders, strategic thinkers, founders and CEOs. Some of the prominent keynotes include globally renowned achievers and champions like Rasmus Ankersen, High performance anthropologist; Viswanathan Anand, current World Chess Champion; business leaders like Harsh Mariwala, CMD, Marico; D. Shivakumar, Head – India. Middle East and Africa; Dr. Robert Kuhn, international corporate strategist, among other global thought leaders.  Moreover, keynote sessions by Shri Prithviraj Chavan, Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra and Shri Praful Patel, Minister of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises.  

For details on exceptional International and Indian speakers and panel discussions, please visit

The inaugural SGF India 2011 was highly successful and attended by over 40 speakers and 250 CEOs from India and across the world. You can view a two-minute film on the SGF India 2011 here 

Register now!
The Forum participation fee is INR 27,000 (plus service tax). This will include all forum-sponsored knowledge-sharing sessions, networking meets, exclusive access to SpotMe – the international networking app, entertainment and meals.  
Click here to make the participation fee payment and book your place. 
Please feel free to write at or call 91 124 464 4149 for further information.   
I do hope you can make the most of this opportunity and look forward to your participation at the SGF in Mumbai. 
Kind Regards,
Ernst & Young


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