CEO Conclave 2017

‘Being an advisory himself, what’s that one advice that you value the most?’ On being asked this question by Mr. Vidur Kapoor, Chairman, BIBS, Kolkata, Mr. Harshavardhan Neotia, Chairman, Ambuja Group responded on a philosophical tone that life is a great present and one should make the most out of it….

Bengal Institute of Business Studies which insists on ‘learning for life’, on February 11 organized another phenomenal session, CEO Conclave providing the MBA students an excellent opportunity of ‘learnings from life’ from the corporate pioneers of India, Dr Krishna Gupta, Principal Secretary, Commerce and Industry Dept. Govt. of West Bengal, Mr.Harshvardhan Neotia, Chairman Ambuja Neotia Group, Mr. Mayank Jalan, MD Keventers Agro, Mr. Sanjay Budhia, MD Patton Group, Mr. Ujjal Sinha, CEO & MD Genesis Advertising.


Aspiring Bengal
The session was initiated by Dr Gupta throwing light on the initiatives taken post global summit under the leadership of the Honourable Chief Minister of West Bengal expected to bring a revolutionary growth in business.


Vision of New India
As an extension to Dr Gupta’s thought, Mr Sinha talked about the prospering growth of Indian economy over the last two decades and emphasized us to strive harder because it’s just the beginning.


Service is Joy
In reference, Mr Neotia differentiated institutional learnings and lessons from life thereby suggesting the purpose of life to be more passionate towards work rather than focusing only on the monetary aspects.


Road to Success
In the era of Internet and opportunities Mr Budhia advised Gen Y ‘to talk less and do more’ as the mantra to success.


Life of a Phoenix
With the brief of his story, Mr Jalan showcased inevitable trials which according to him beautifies life thus suggesting the art of standing up even after confronting defeat.
The day ended with the BIBSians being imbibed with the knowledge and learnings from the occurrence of lives of the corporate trailblazers turning this day to be of a lifetime memory.
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