The Forbes India Insights roundtable was attended by Raj Kumar Rishi, Managing Director, Xerox India; Manoj Chugh, President, Business Development: Enterprise Business, Tech Mahindra; Nishant Arya, Executive Director, JBM Auto; Suresh Narayanan, Chairman and Managing Director, Nestle India; Sumit Joshi, Chief Executive Officer, South Asia for Philips Lighting and Vineet Agarwal, Managing Director, Transport Corporation of India, shared their experiences and insights on creating a culture of sustainability at the workplace.
(Left to Right): Forbes India CEO Insights 2018 speaker Vineet Agarwal, Raj Kumar Rishi, Suresh Narayanan, Nishant Arya, Sumit Joshi, and Manoj Chugh.
We have to recognise that today, here and now is when we have to bring about change; the past is gone, the future is a dream but today is when we can make that," Manoj Chugh, President Business Development: Enterprise Business, Tech Mahindra, said, at the Forbes India Insights - Solutions for a Symbiotic Economy, powered by Philips India, on 5th July 2018, in New Delhi.
We can talk about global issues and we can talk about our global problems. But I think each of us is vested with the responsibility of leadership, of ensuring the responsibility to society and to the environment, Suresh Narayanan, chairman and managing director, Nestle India, said at the Forbes India Insights - Solutions for a Symbiotic Economy event, powered by Philips India, in New Delhi
Forbes India Insights – Solutions for a Symbiotic Economy, the CEO forum will bring together thought leaders from eminent companies to share their ideas on integrating people, processes and products to create eco-friendly, cost-effective and energy-rich solutions for an economically and socially smarter and prosperous planet.
Our series of thought leadership discussions involving speakers from across diverse sectors aims to provide a framework to foster inclusive innovation and transformative action, amid a plethora of complex challenges related to ecological awareness, public policies, social collaboration and corporate apathy.